Category: Bournemouth

Pavilion Theatre – For A Great Night Out!

The Pavilion has year-round entertainment and activities ranging from Pantomime, Ballet, Balls, Opera.  They also offer business services like conferences, meetings and function rooms.

The Structure is so big that it consists of 1012 seats on the on a raised floor looking over 420 seats in the lower circle. There are a more restrooms than required. For convenience, some are in the circle, while other toilets are in the main foyer and more are found by the Theatre Bar and Ballroom.

Normally, the Main Structure, the Reception and the Ticket Office are open from 10am to 5:30 pm everyday. The timing changes when there is an event (the ticket workplace remains open up until 30 minutes after the occasion starts) and on Sundays when the ticket office opens by 1pm if there’s an occasion and 10am normally.

The management of the Pavilion Theatre and Ballroom strive to stay up to date with technological developments. While the choice to go to the ticket counter still exists, people can go online to see what events are turning up and acquire their tickets at no additional cost! In addition, when shows get cancelled, they send an email notification informing you.

For Corporate events and other conferences/seminars, there is a team to help you plan your event to provide it the expert touch it is worthy of and ensure that things exercise efficiently and your occasion is a success.

The Pavilion offers Pre-show and Post-show dining services (for a charge naturally). If you plan to take a beverage you should go prepared. The bar is fairly expensive. This is no fault of the management’s. Bournemouth Central is generally pricey and to remain in service around there, one has got to do what one has got to do.

We hope you enjoy whatever show you are going to see at the Pavilion. If you need a locksmith Bournemouth then we are here to help.

The Best Hotels in Bournemouth

Bournemouth is a lovey seaside town on England’s southern coast. Some say its existence is to relax for Brits and foreigners alike.

There is plenty to do in Bournemouth. That is not something you need to worry about. If you are into shopping, fine dinning, casual beach days, water sports or love hopping fro bar to bar. You’ll be so busy in Bournemouth you’ll never get bored. But where do you stay? What area? What hotel? There are so many questions. So lets jump right into it!

Where to Stay in Bournemouth

One of the best areas to say in Bournemouth is in the city centre. This puts you in the heart of everything. You’ll be surrounded by endless cafes, restaurants and shops. You’re also walking distance from the beach. As Bournemouth is not so big that as a tourist you can get around by foot. But this is totally up to you.

What Hotels to Stay in Bournemouth?

This depends on your budget. Here are some great hotels to stay at:

5 Star Hotels (by Guest Rating)

  1. Derby Manor
  2. The Chocolate Box Hotel
  3. Ullswater Hotel
  4. The Queens Hotel and Spa
  5. Hotel Celebrity
  6. Connaught Lodge
  7. The Living Room
  8. Park Central Hotel
  9. The Queens Hotel and Spa

A special mention has to go to Bournemouth Beach Lodges. If you are looking to literally hear the waves as you go to sleep and wake up in the morning. Then Bournemouth Beach Lodges is for you. Money can’t by a better view. You will be in a sea hut and it take mere seconds for your toes to touch the relaxing beach sand.

And don’t worry. If you can’t live without internet the rooms are WiFi ready so you can take photos right from your room and post them on Facebook and Instagram to make your friends jealous of your trip to Bournemouth!

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Pubs & Bars in Bournemouth

Bournemouth is home to many pubs. If you enjoy a nice pint and some time to wind down with friends after a long work week then you might want to visit some of these locals. It does not matter if you are looking for craft beer or your go to stable international branded beer, Bournemouth’s local pubs will provide!

The Stable Bournemouth

The Stable is perfect for some craft beers. They are a national brand that has some of the best drinks in the business. The also do pizza! They are located in the former tourist information office in the centre of Bournemouth and one of The Stables larger locations.

Brewhouse & Kitchen Bournemouth

If you love craft beer then you need to visit the Brewhouse & Kitchen. With over 50 craft beers to choose from and a awesome food menu to match this pub is one of the best in Bournemouth.

Key West

Key West is a bar, grill and restaurant. Can you guess where it is? This about the original ‘Key West’. If you know anything about that then you may have guessed at the end of Bournemouth Beach Pier and you’d be right! Key West is perfect for a sunset meal and a drink. Relax to the seaside breeze while you enjoy a drink outside.

Sixty Million Postcards

Sixty Million Postcards or 60MPS for short is open seven days a week and you can party till 2am on the weekends. Located on Exter Road, so it’s very central and just a short walk from The Square in Bournemouth. Every kind of drink you fancy can be ordered and there is a large menu. The food actually comes from Ruby Jean’s Diner just around the corner.

These are just a few different pubs and bars in Bournemouth. If you want a full list of different is a great place to find out about ever single bar and pub in Bournemouth.

Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar

Chaplin’s & The Cellar Bar is an award winning alehouse and cocktail bar plus a restaurant all wrapped up into one. Chaplin’s pride and joy is that they use locally sourced produce in Bournemouth. They also have a pie of the day so you’ll never get the same pie twice!

Hopefully you enjoyed out mini article on where to go out in Bournemouth. If you need a Bournmouth locksmith then read more about us on our homepage.