Alum Dene Hotel is one of the few remaining traditional family run hotels nestled in the heart of Alum Chine, Bournemouth, Dorset.
Perfectly located for your relaxing break away being just 200 metres from the Blue Flag award winning Alum Chine beach. With 10 unique en-suite bedrooms all tastefully decorated with all your usual essentials such as digital TV, high speed Wifi and tea and coffee facilities. You can rest assured you will be made to feel comfortable and relaxed at your beachside retreat. We cater for couples, families as well as single people and you can even bring your dog on holiday with you too!
If you're not soaking up the sun on the glorious stretch of 7 mile beach you can explore the local area by walking through the Chine to the upmarket village ofWestbourne with all its boutique shops, thrift stores and variety of pubs, trendy wine bars and quirky restaurants serving up some of the tastiest cuisines from all around the world.
It has an eclectic mix of independently owned restaurants and tea rooms as well as some of the familiar high street chains.
A short stroll to the west of Alum Chine beach you will stumble across the 7 miles of sandy beaches of Branksome Park, Canford Cliffs and the world famous Sandbanks Peninsula with spectacular scenery to Brownsea Island where you can take a day trip by boat and see if you can spot the rare red squirrels.
Bournemouth town centre is only a mile stroll along the seafront with all of its beachfront family attractions such as The Bournemouth Observation Wheel, The Oceanarium, PierZip, RockReef, a choice of outdoor golf courses in the Lower Gardens as well as its high street shops such as Zara, JD Sports, River Island and Primark.
Bournemouth Observation Wheel
If the weather takes a turn for the worst, you'll find plenty to do at the BH2 Leisure complex with its indoor golf course Mulligans or state of the art cinema with 2D and 3D screens followed by a bite to eat in one of its numerous restaurants such as Five Guys, Nandos, ASK Italian, Pizza Express and The Real Greek.