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Montague Hotel
13 Durley Road South
West Cliff

Bournemouth
Dorset

BH2 5JH | View map

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Situated on the beautiful West Cliff, just a short stroll from the town centre shops and Bournemouth International Centre, the Montague Hotel is fully refurbished and is one of Bournemouths highest rated AA hotels, we are proud to offer welcoming and attentive staff and Bedrooms of a high standard which are all of varied design and decor. All our bedrooms are ensuite and equipped with Flat Screen television and Freeview, hairdryer, trouser press and hospitality tray. Complimentary Car Parking is offered to all of our residents. Free Wifi is also included.Incorporated is Henleys Restaurant, also open to non-residents and offering Excellent British cuisine freshly cooked to order by our award winning Chef, Fish and Shellfish mostly locally caught, is our specialityPlease note all our bedrooms are non smoking The Montague does not accept single sex groups without prior arrangent and has the right to refuse the booking.

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