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Escape to beautiful Bournemouth beach at this historic hotel
Enjoy a classic English seaside break with a stay at this historic hotel offering stunning views, located just a short walk from Bournemouth beach.
Built in the 1860s, the hotel has a rich literary history. Famous poet John Keble made it his home in the 1800s and Victorian novelist Thomas Hardy chose it as a setting in his iconic novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles.
The hotel enjoys a fantastic location in front of Bournemouth Pier, right next to the town's exquisite park gardens. Inside you'll find elegant and comfortable rooms, featuring glorious bay windows if you upgrade to the Superior Sea View category.
There are two dining venues: AA Rosette-winning Hardy's, offering locally-sourced cuisine, and NEO Restaurant, a charming brasserie with unique décor. Step outside to enjoy miles of award-winning beaches and over 2,000 acres of beautiful parks and gardens, or take a short drive and explore the magnificent Jurassic Coast.
With this exclusive offer for our readers, you'll enjoy 28% off a two-night stay at The Hermitage. Also included is coffee and cake to welcome you on arrival, dinner in Hardy's on your first night, and a full English Breakfast on both mornings. If you'd like to stay for longer, you can also book a stay for four or six nights at the same discounted rate.
Two nights from £118pp*
- Save 28% on two nights' stay in a standard room at The Hermitage
- Full English breakfast on both mornings
- Dinner in Hardy's restaurant (first night)
- Coffee and cake in the lounge on arrival
- Can be booked for 2, 4 or 6 nights
Reasons to visit The Hermitage Hotel
Explore golden beaches
Get your culture fix
Visit unforgettable landscapes
The Hermitage Hotel is just off Bournemouth Beach, minutes from
Bournemouth Pavilion and Bournemouth Pier.
By car: the hotel is 2 hours 15 minutes from London and 3 hours 20 minutes from Birmingham. Private parking costs £14 per day.
By train: trains depart from London Waterloo and take 2 hours 20 minutes. thetrainline.com