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The Roundhouse
1 Meyrick Rd
Lansdowne

Bournemouth
Dorset

BH1 2PR | View map

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A short walk from East Cliff beach, this circular shaped hotel is easily accessible by road and less than 1 km from the central rail and bus stations.

Aptly named for its inventive design, The Roundhouse Hotel is enhanced by its extended and refurbished public areas. On the open plan ground floor you’ll find the specially created Wave Café Bar and terrace, providing an informal and relaxing venue with its floor to ceiling glass doors, opening onto the terrace. Adjacent you’ll find the Wave Restaurant & Carvery, again with floor to ceiling doors that opening out onto a private deck, for an informal al fresco dining experience.
A popular conference and banqueting venue, The Roundhouse is a 10-minute drive from Bournemouth Airport and benefits both from free Wi-Fi access and free private covered parking, with ample space for all guests.

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