New Year in Bournemouth & the New Forest

Ring in the New Year in the traditional seaside resort of Bournemouth. From our base here, we explore neighbouring Poole with its nautical atmosphere, the county town of Dorchester and the tranquil ambience of the New Forest, England’s smallest National Park.


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Holiday Highlights

  • Return coach travel
  • 3 nights dinner, bed and breakfast at your selected hotel, Bournemouth (includes Hogmanay buffet dinner)
  • Welcome drink
  • Porterage
  • After dinner tea and coffee
  • Light entertainment every night
  • Excursions to Dorchester, Poole & the New Forest (Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst & Lymington)

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30/12/2018 £319 £N/A Book Now
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We’ll stay at a well-appointed hotel in Bournemouth. The comfortable rooms are en suite and other facilities include a bar and restaurant.

Upgrade to the Royal Bath Hotel for £80pp

The Royal Bath Hotel is nestled in secluded grounds on Bournemouth’s seafront. Opened on Queen Victoria’s Coronation Day in 1838, it was the first hotel in Bournemouth. Leisure facilities include an indoor pool, hot tub, sauna, steam room and gym (small charge applies).

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New Year’s Eve – Dorchester & Poole
We begin with a visit to the charming county town of Dorchester. This historic market town lies on the banks of the River Frome and is probably best known as the birthplace of the author and poet Thomas Hardy. We continue on to Poole with its lovely quayside, stunning natural harbour, fine beaches and historic Old Town which still shows evidence of its medieval past.

New Year’s Day – The New Forest (Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst & Lymington)
We enjoy a scenic afternoon drive through the New Forest, England’s smallest National Park, famous for its tranquil ambience and free roaming ponies. We visit the Forest’s capital of Lyndhurst, the pretty village of Brockenhurst with its old world charm and the coastal town of Lymington with its cobbled streets and attractive quayside.