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Visit Christchurch

for history, harbours and riverside retreats

Can’t decide between seaside or countryside, historic town or pretty harbour?  Dorset's Christchurch offers the perfect solution with a choice of award-winning beaches, coastal nature reserves and heritage attractions.

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Heather's offers the perfect base to explore christchuch...

Always a warm welcome...

Heather Jewitt has been welcoming travellers to her luxury bed & breakfast for many years and has garnered a reputation for not only offering the very best is hospitality but for offering the warmest of welcomes into her home. Nothing is to much trouble and even the little things like a welcoming cup of tea and a slice of cake. To picking up and dropping off her guests at the Train Station Heather always strives to make sure that your stay is a perfect one.  

local attractions...

Truly something for everyone...

Christchurch truly has something for everyone. From beautiful sandy beaches, great walks and stunning historic buildings not the least of which is Highcliffe Castle.

Built in the 1800s this stunning landmark is very popular for weddings as well as for people just wishing to explore these beautiful grounds.

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Around Christchurch

A wealth of things to do...

Christchurch is steeped in history; it’s little wonder that its castles, museums and churches draw visitors from far and wide. Being so close to the New Forest gives everyone great access to attractions such as Beaulieu National Motor Museum and the New Forest Wildlife Park– something for everyone to enjoy.

In between two rivers on the South Coast of England sits the idyllic harbourside town of Christchurch, on the edge of Dorset and Hampshire.

 

With miles of award-winning sandy beaches and the beautiful New Forest just on the doorstep there is huge variety of things to do during your stay, both within the town and further afield at the neighbouring coastal towns of Bournemouth and Poole

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