Bournemouth: 2-Night B&B Break, plus Dinner & Wine - £55 @ Travel Zoo UK - HotUKDeals
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By Sophie Dubbink
Travelzoo Staff, London
A stay on the Bournemouth coast has been reduced by over 35%, and is now on offer for £55 per person. This special deal includes two nights' stay at the Carrington House Hotel, as well as these extras:

Full English breakfast (worth £11.95 per person)
3-course dinner at Mortimer’s Restaurant (worth approx £25 per person)
Bottle of wine on arrival or with dinner (worth £16.95)
Situated in a quiet, tree-lined avenue on the East Cliff, just outside Bournemouth's town centre, Carrington House offers a wide range of facilities including an indoor pool and a games room. In-house Mortimer’s Restaurant offers a variety of cuisine in relaxed surroundings, whilst the King’s Bar serves light meals, snacks and beverages.

This offer is valid for stays until 21 July.

Not available on 22, 23, 24, 29, 30 April; 6, 7, 27-29, 30-31 May; 3-5, 10, 11, 13-16 June; 11 July.

Dinner on the second night is available for £35 for two adults, saving £15 on the usual rate. Children's dinners are available for £10 per child. Family rooms are available at no extra cost; children stay for free and pay for meals as taken.

Book by 4 May.

Click here for more information on the hotel.
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#1
may use it
#2
standard rate is 52/night to appprox 92/night per room seems quite good...bournemouth has always been expensive

bournemouth beach is ok, town is a run down dump which had a refurb not long ago but went their last year and was stunned how run down it had got.....boscombe beach near east cliff where this hotel is, is nice....prefer Isle of Wight though

Edited By: royals on Apr 21, 2011 04:34
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How dare you call my grubby town a run down dump!

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