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Posted April 12, 2017

Here’s 20 Holiday Tips for the best Beach Lodge holiday.

  1. Take a dip in the sea – optimum temperature is 16-18 degrees in August, September & October.
  2. Make a sandcastle.
  3. Try paddle boarding for the first time – hire from Sorted Surf School or Surf Steps located near to the Beach Lodges.
  4. Sit on your deck and watch the sunset over the sea with a glass of bubbly or a hot chocolate.
  5. Go for a walk or run on the beach and use the free ‘Gym Buddies’ at Boscombe Beach – your very own outdoor gym!
  6. Listen to the waves lapping the shoreline.
  7. Order a fresh ‘Wood Oven’ pizza direct to your lodge from the Wood Oven on Boscombe Beach.
  8. Breathe in the fresh sea air.
  9. Hire a bike from Front Bike Hire on the beach and cycle to Hengistbury Head to the East or Sandbanks to the west.
  10. Feel the sand between your toes.
  11. Have a delicious meal on the seafront in one of the award winning seafront restaurants – Urban Reef WestBeach
  12. Try your first ever Pier to Shore Zipwire from Bournemouth Pier – the first in the country!
  13. Go out for cocktails on the beach at: Aruba or The Prom Diner
  14. Have a game of mini golf on Boscombe Pier with golf balls that feed the fish! The first in the country!
  15. Cosy up in the evening in your lodge, watch the night sky and then settle down and watch a film on the TV Freeview channels or use your own devices with the free Wi-Fi available.
  16. Explore and discover Hengistbury Head – the headland’s stunning geological formations hold secrets from millions of years ago.
  17. Wander up the cliff path near to Bournemouth Pier and step foot inside one of the country’s most eclectic historic houses – the Russell Cotes House, Gallery & Gardens. See the stunning views of the coastline from the beautifully restored rooms.
  18. Take the Land Train along the promenade from Boscombe Pier to Bournemouth Pier and take a walk along the pier or maybe have some seaside fun in the Pier Amusements!
  19. The award winning gardens adjacent to the beach at Bournemouth are not to be missed, take a stroll and find yourself in the town centre for a spot of shopping.
  20. Walk to Alum Chine beach to the west and discover the beautiful Tropical Gardens and the historic Chines – once frequented by Churchill!

Remember your holiday mantra:
EAT. BEACH. SLEEP. REPEAT