Located in Poole, Dorset

Curlew rests in Poole, Dorset, sleeping four people in two bedrooms.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Pet Friendly: No


The living areas in the mid-terrace cottage consist of open-plan living space with a kitchen hosting an electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, a dining area with seating for four people, and a sitting area with a TV. The bedrooms consist of a double and a twin, along with a shower room. Outside, there is an enclosed back courtyard with patio and furniture, and private parking for one vehicle. Within 0.4 miles, you’ll find a shop and a pub, and within 0.2, the coast. Please note that this property does not welcome pets or smoking. WiFi, fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. Choose Curlew for a Dorset getaway to look back on in years to come. Note: This property does not accept children under the age of 10 years old.

Property Details

Resting close to the harbour in Poole, Dorset is this inviting, mid-terrace cottage of Curlew. A delightful setting for a family of four's coastal getaway, Curlew is within reach of ample seaside attractions and sights.

After parking in the private spot behind the property, make your way inside to find an attractive open-plan living space hosting all you need for your self-catering stay. Sink back into the sofa or an armchair and switch on the TV to enjoy your favourite show; why not enjoy your favourite tipple, you're on holiday after all? After unwinding for a bit, make your way over to the kitchen, where wooden units behold a range of integrated appliances, including a cooker as well as a washer/dryer! Once the foodie of the group has prepared a mouthwatering delight, take it over to the wooden dining table and savour it as you discuss the day's events.

When sleep calls, head upstairs and catch your rest in one of the two charming bedrooms, a double and a twin. A shower room completes the property's accommodation, where you can enjoy invigorating rinses in the double, glass enclosure. The courtyard behind the property is the perfect space for alfresco dining, thanks to it being enclosed and featuring bistro furniture.

Embark on a short walk down to Poole Quay, where the intriguing attractions of the Poole Museum and RNLI Poole Lifeboat Museum await, alongside the delights of the Rapid Fisher Fishing Trips, South Coast Jet Ski Hire and the Poole Cycle Speedway. After exploring the nearby sights, be sure to stop for something to eat at one of the waterside eateries, with the Italian restaurant of La Lupa and the seafood restaurant of the Poole Arms taking centre stage. Spend some time in Sandbanks, a picture-postcard peninsula hosting the stunning sands of Cubs Beach and Sandbanks Beach, as well as sailing opportunities to Shell Bay. Sandbanks is also home to Rick Stein's Restaurant, which boasts unspoilt views of the harbour and Brownsea Island; here you can sample a great selection of seafood dishes.

For a day out in a coastal resort, head to Bournemouth, where the wonders of Bournemouth beach, the Oceanarium and the renowned pier await. For outdoor adventures, why not venture to the Moors Valley Country Park & Forest and Studland and Godlingston Heath National Nature Reserve?

Choose Curlew for a memorable break in Dorset.


  • Gas central heating
  • Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer
  • TV, Blu-Ray player, WiFi
  • Fuel and power are included in the rent
  • Bed linen and towels are included in the rent
  • Private parking for 1 car
  • Enclosed back courtyard with patio and furniture
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop just under ½ a mile, pub 450 metres, coast 300 metres
  • Note: This property does not accept children under the age of 10 years old, please consider this when booking


Close to coast
Linen and Towels
Near a Pub
Off road parking




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Area Details


Poole is a large, pretty town, with so much to offer. It has a beautiful natural harbour that is the largest natural harbour in Europe. Across from Poole harbour is Brownsea Island. This is a Nature Reserve owned by the National Trust, with the north side of the Island managed by the Dorset Wildlife Trust. Only a small population lives on the island itself. The island has a castle a gift shop, a cafe, and an outdoor centre - you could be lucky enough to see one of the native red squirrels. The town has a vast number of shops, a shopping centre, supermarkets, a choice of restaurants, cafes and pubs.


Poole has four beaches (five if you include Sandbanks) that have won more Blue Flag awards than any other UK resort. The soft, golden sands are cleaned and raked every day of the year. Shore Road beach offers a gently sloping beach and safe, clean water. There is a launch zone for kitesurfers and windsurfers here. Canford Cliffs beach is a tranquil area with a steep, sandy cliff that is a haven for wildlife and is a great beach to relax on. Branksome Beach allows pets all year round. There is also a sandy harbour beach to visit at the nearby village of Hamworthy.


Summer Breeze on the Quay is a free music and firework event every Thursday in late July and August. Plus, every Friday evening is the Quay for my Car event that has a different theme each week, from Beetles to American muscle cars. Grooves on the Green is an annual music event in Parkstone, Poole with 2 music stages and entertainment. In addition, in the middle of June come and enjoy Paye Day, Poole's annual pirate day including the infamous Pirate Parade. Tower Park is a waterpark and swimming pool, cinema, bowling, soft play and bingo under one roof, making it a great visit for all the family all year round.

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