Parkstone mainline station is a pleasant 13-minute walk away, whilst
the nearest bus stop is just outside the development. Not forgetting Bournemouth International Airport or the ports at Poole and Weymouth, connecting you to the Channel Islands, Europe and beyond.
Poole is a haven for lovers of the coast. Offering a 7 mile stretch of white sandy beach running from Sandbanks to Bournemouth Pier, the coastline boasts an International Blue Flag and is home to a range of exhilarating water sports including sailing, windsurfing and kitesurfing. When you’re not on the water, enjoy breathtaking views of the Poole’s natural harbour from The Lookout’s roof terrace.
With Dorset’s mild climate and fertile soil, the county is home to
some of the finest local produce and fresh seafood. Sample the use
of this exceptional produce at one of Poole or Bournemouth’s many fantastic restaurants. Nearby Ashley Cross has also become a focal point of Dorset’s vibrant restaurant scene. And if you’re after something
a little more relaxed, check out one of the many food festivals celebrated locally.
With an active arts community encompassing fine art, pottery and theatre, Poole offers an eclectic range of cultural opportunities. Also home to the internationally-renowned Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and a range of impressive venues, live music is in abundance.
Poole offers a truly diverse shopping experience, with a
combination of large chain stores and supermarkets to individually owned boutiques. Discover high-street shops in Poole Dolphin Centre or browse small stores nearby in Ashley Cross.
For bigger brands, head to neighbouring Bournemouth.