Located a just short walk from Bournemouth’s renowned pier and award-winning coastline is The Durley Dean Hotel. The historic Victorian townhouse will certainly make a great first impression, while the cosy yet contemporary interior décor has been designed to make every visitor feel perfectly at home. All rooms feature a television, tea and coffee facilities, a work area and hairdryer, as well as comfortable beds sure to provide a refreshing night’s sleep following a day of exploring Bournemouth. As well as its comforting rooms and relaxing spaces, the Durley Dean also includes on-site spa facilities such as the serene swimming pool, gym, sauna and steam room, perfect for those who are in need of a pamper.
When they arrive, guests will be greeted by a friendly member of the Durley Team before being guided to their room and left get comfortable. In-between sunbathing on the beach, enjoying an ice cream on the pier or exploring the bustling town centre of Bournemouth, guests can enjoy the spa facilities and relax with a 25 minute treatment, with a choice between a Back, Neck and Shoulder Massage, Express Facial or a File and Polish of either their feet or hands. Guests will also be treated to the traditional British delicacy of a cream tea, featuring a fresh scone paired with clotted cream, jam and of course, a refreshing brew of tea of coffee. The cream tea will also be served with a glass of Prosecco each to add an air of elegance.
The minimum age is 18 years old. This experience is available Monday to Sunday, from September to July.
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