Property (apartment)

  • Id: 752
  • Location: Dorset, England
  • City/Town: Poole
  • Street Address 1: 17 Dolphin Quays
  • Street Address 2: The Quay
  • Postcode: BH15 5HH
  • Property Type: apartment
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
    • Price: 795 pounds sterling / week
    • Maximum Occupancy: 6
    • Minimum Stay: 3 days
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Keywords
business,leisure,relocation,groups,corporate,sea,luxury 
Amenities
  • Baby friendly
  • Balcony
  • Car Parking
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • High-speed internet access
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lift
  • Microwave
  • Security
  • Sofabed
Property Description
This is a lovely apartment in the luxury Dolphin Quays apartments on Poole Quay, just minutes from the Train station and Poole High Street.

The Space

The apartment has been fully refurbished in July 2016!

As soon as you walk through the doors in Dolphin Quays you will be delighted by the size and decor of the entrance hall and the concierge team are on hand 24 hours a day.

The apartment is just a quick trip up in the lift and along the wide hallways.

Like all our properties we have made this apartment a luxurious and comfortable home from home with modern decor, nice furniture and beautiful art.

There are 2 double bedrooms with King Size beds and premium white linen that can be split into 2 singles if preferred. One of the bedrooms also has an En-suite shower room.

The kitchen has everything you need to prepare your own meals should you wish to and there is even a Tesco Express on the ground floor of Dolphin Quays for some fresh bread or eggs.

We’ve made the lounge a comfy place to relax and dine with seating for 6 and complimentary Netflix HD on all our smart flat screen TVs.

If you need to work on your laptop there’s a space at the table and super fast Wifi for browsing the web or catching up on emails.

Interaction with Guests

We are always on hand should you need anything as we are local and have lived in the area for 30 years.

The Neighbourhood

Poole Quay, on the edge of Poole’s stunning harbour, the worlds second largest natural harbour second to Sydney. Home to several Islands including National Trust site Brownsea Island, famous for establishing the Scout association . Poole Quay is the final stop along the High Street where the Dolphin Shopping Centre and the huge range of local shops and high street stores.

Towards the quay, the historic charm of Poole Old Town still remains with a strong sense of its historical seventeenth century heyday. On the Quay itself is an impressive collection of traditional pubs and modern restaurants. Throughout the summer Poole Quay’s schedule is packed with weekly bike, sports car and firework nights, along with Harry Paye day, folk and food festivals and much more. Just along the harbour is Harbourside, through to Poole Park, Whitecliff Park. Sandbanks, with its world famous beaches, and home to the beach polo and the ferry to the Purbeck Hills and Studland, where Dorset’s Jurassic coast is one of the UK’s highlights for walkers and cyclists is also located within 3 miles.

Getting Around

Heading out of Poole Town centre and towards Holes Bay and the Wessex Gate Retail Park with a range of homeware and technology shops. There are excellent bus routes around Poole, into Bournemouth and beyond. The Wessex Way is just a couple of miles away providing dual carriageway routes out of Bournemouth to the New Forest, Southampton, and the UK motorway network. Poole Railway Station is half a mile away. London by rail is just 2 hours and there is also a direct route to Manchester. On the outskirts of Bournemouth is the International Airport, the fastest growing in the UK. And from Poole there are daily ferry services to France and the Channel Islands.
 
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