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Bournemouth's unique Beach Lodges

If you want a unique place to stay when visiting the British coastal town of Bournemouth, why not book into one of the famous Beach Lodges?

There are 15 lodges in all - located on the Seafront Promenade near Boscombe Pier - and you can enjoy the uninterrupted stunning sea views from the moment you wake up.

The contemporary lodge - which sleeps up to four adults and two children - is just steps away from the stunning Bournemouth beaches and for those who like morning walks along the sand, this lodge is perfectly placed for exploring the beaches.

Each Beach Lodge comes with its own fully equipped kitchen and bathroom as well as one double bedroom, one single bedroom and a living room, which can be converted to create more sleeping space.

For wheelchair users, there is also one accessible Lodge, which can sleep up to four adults and a child in the single-floored abode.

And for anyone with furry friends, dogs are also welcome to stay at specific lodges.

Describing their luxurious lodges on their website, they write: "Bournemouth Beach Lodges are cosy and stylish with space for up to four adults, two children and one dog! There are 15 Beach Lodges nestled alongside each other on a private raised deck just above the promenade ...

"Each Lodge has beautiful views of the bay and sheltered by the stunning cliffs behind. Come for a beach break, a wedding celebration, a birthday treat or a special anniversary ...

"After a day exploring what the seven miles of beach have to offer, you'll be able to have a hot shower, have a barbecue, sit out on your deck to watch the sun go down, or cosy up on the sofas and watch TV. The two sofas fold out into one double and one single bed and there is a fabulous mezzanine floor accessed by wooden steps where there is another double bed and one single bed - perfect fun for the kids or the big kid in you!"

A three-night weekend or four-night weekday stay can cost anything from £275 to £625, depending on the time of the year.

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