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The Woodside, bed and breakfast, b and b, holidays, southbourne,  bournemouth, south coast, uk

Historic Christchurch
Christchurch is a small picturesque town, 2 miles east of Southbourne. It sits on the confluence of the rivers Stour and Avon. Its harbour is a haven for wildlife and it's quay a sheltered location for small boats and pleasant walks. Christchurch takes its name from the Norman Priory which dominates the town.

Hengistbury Head
Hengistbury Head is a 36 metre high sandstone headland approximately 1 kilometre in length, which provides a natural division between Poole and Christchurch bays. A wildlife conversation area, which offers spectacular walks along this part of the Dorset 's Jurassic coastline.

The Woodside, bed and breakfast, b and b, holidays, southbourne,  bournemouth, south coast, uk

New Forest
Created as a hunting ground by William1, the New Forest's ancient woodlands and wilderness heaths remain largely unchanged. This most English of forests continues to be a living and working community where ponies and cattle still have the right of way as they freely graze the land. Deeper in the forest wild deer browse beneath the canopies of mighty oak and beech; natural scenes unchanged by the modern world.

The Woodside, bed and breakfast, b and b, holidays, southbourne,  bournemouth, south coast, uk

The Woodside, bed and breakfast, b and b, holidays, southbourne,  bournemouth, south coast, uk

The Woodside, bed and breakfast, b and b, holidays, southbourne,  bournemouth, south coast, uk

The Woodside, bed and breakfast, b and b, holidays, southbourne,  bournemouth, south coast, uk

The Woodside, bed and breakfast, b and b, holidays, southbourne,  bournemouth, south coast, uk
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