Harbour View Poole

Located in Poole, Dorset

Harbour View Poole is an end-terraced cottage rests in Poole, Dorset and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.

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


Harbour View Poole is a lovely end-terraced cottage resting in Poole in Dorset. Hosting two bedrooms; a king-size and a twin, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four guests. there is a kitchen and a living room/diner. To the outside, there is an enclosed patio with seating, while off-road parking is available. Harbour View Poole is a gorgeous resting spot for an exciting trip to Dorset.

Property Details

Find Harbour View Poole, an end-terraced cottage right next to Poole Harbour and in walking distance from a whole host of shops, pubs, and restaurants at your fingertips.

This lovely house offers a tranquil base to rest your head after a fun-filled day in Dorset, perfect for a small family or group of four. Unpack your bags in one of the gorgeous bedrooms, a master king-size with views out to the harbour and a spacious twin, both decorated to a high standard and in easy access to the stylish family bathroom on the first floor. The living room and dining area is the perfect spot to relax after a jam-packed day of adventure, as you rest your head on the plush sofas and delight in a captivating film. The dining table can be used for all your delicious home-cooked meals, or as a base to host a Saturday board game night with friends! Rustle up breakfast, lunch and dinner in the well-equipped kitchen, with gloss features alongside a fridge/freezer, electric oven, gas hob, dishwasher, washer/dryer, and microwave, offering everything you need for a self-catered stay. Sip on a morning coffee outside on your very own enclosed patio, a private space for a moment of reflection, or even an evening tipple and gossip.

This property is found right in the hustle and bustle of the amazing amenities that Poole has to offer, boasting a huge selection of supermarkets to stock up on goods, independent shops, local pubs, delicious restaurants and so much more! There's even a boating lake, theatre, and various leisure and adventure centres dotted around, with the chance for guests to try their luck at watersports at the harbour including surfing, paddleboarding, kayaking, jet-skiing, or enjoy a relaxing beach day at the nearby Sandbanks. Hop on a boat over to Brownsea Island, famous for its red squirrels and wildlife lagoon, delight in captivating scenery on the way and explore enchanting woodlands and lakes.

There are heaps of must-see attractions in this area, with the 'Isle of Purbeck' providing access to Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door and Corfe Castle, to name a few. Explore the vibrant resort town of Bournemouth, discovering the waterfront aquarium, cultural museums, golf courses, sandy pier, locally-sourced seafood restaurants and quirky bars! Cross the ferry to Studland Bay for national trust trails across Ballard Down, where you can sit on top of Old Harry Rocks. Take the kids for a memorable day out at Splashdown Waterpark, an action-packed park with 13 thrilling slides as well as relaxing Jacuzzis and its very own beach and sun terraces for adults to unwind. Harbour View Poole is the ideal base for a fun-loving family getaway to this amazing corner of Dorset, with so much to offer in the surrounding area.


  • Gas central heating
  • Electric oven with electric hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, and TV
  • Fuel and power included in rent
  • Bed linen and towels included in rent
  • Off-road parking
  • Enclosed patio with seating
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop just under half a mile, pub half a mile away


Close to coast
Great View
Linen and Towels
Off road parking
Washing machine



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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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