Historic Cliff House Hotel re-launches as boutique venue after refurbishment

Bournemouth Echo: 19th century meets modern as hotel historic re-launches after refurbishment 19th century meets modern as hotel historic re-launches after refurbishment

A HOTEL dating from Victorian times has been re-launched as a boutique destination after a refurbishment.

The Cliff House Hotel was built in the 1880s and has been a family home and a boys’ school in its time.

It was extensively renovated and rebuilt in 2003 in a project designed to see it through the coming years.

The hotel was bought last year by owner and managing director Andrew Gosling, who saw it as a natural progression from his catering and events company Food Show Ltd. The bar, lounge and gardens were all given a makeover ahead of its re-launch last week.

Mr Gosling said: “Each of our 14 en suite light and airy rooms has been individually and sympathetically designed in order to be an inviting oasis of calm, while still showcasing the historic charm and character of the 19th century former homestead.”

General manager Tim Seward has 20 years’ experience in catering and hospitality.

Mr Gosling added: “We both believe in not just meeting but exceeding expectations and are dedicated to making the Cliff House Hotel experience an exceptional one.”

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3:07pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Huey says...

What a badly written article. Doesn't even say what town or area it is in. C-
What a badly written article. Doesn't even say what town or area it is in. C- Huey
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3:20pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Mike_French says...

Belle Vue Road, Southbourne
Belle Vue Road, Southbourne Mike_French
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9:20am Thu 12 Jun 14

Lord Spring says...

Huey wrote:
What a badly written article. Doesn't even say what town or area it is in. C-
It must be near a cliff so it could be inland in Lincolnshire where the airfields are sited for all the information imparted about the location.
[quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: What a badly written article. Doesn't even say what town or area it is in. C-[/p][/quote]It must be near a cliff so it could be inland in Lincolnshire where the airfields are sited for all the information imparted about the location. Lord Spring
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