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Room 1 is a spacious double room. Features an en-suite bathroom (with bath), colour Freeview television,and complementary tea and coffee. ...
Room 2 is a delightful twin, with en-suite shower room (towels included) Features complimentary tea/coffee making facilities, WiFi, and Fre ...
Room 3 and Room 5 are attractively decorated double en-suite bedrooms. Both are front facing with partial seaviews, and comfortable seatin ...
Room 3 and Room 5 are attractively decorated double en-suite bedrooms. Both are front facing with partial seaviews, and comfortable seating areas. Room 3 boasts a spacious shower room, while Room 5 benefits from the 'turret' seating area. Features an ensuite shower (towels included), colour Freeview television, WiFi and complementary tea and coffee.
Room 8 is an attic Double Bedroom, with some restricted headroom, an attractively decorated en-suite room for 2. Features an ensuite showe ...
Room 6 is a spacious twin room with an en-suite shower room Features an en-suite (towels included), colour television, WiFi and complement ...
Room 11 - comfortable double with en-suite shower room (towels included). Also features Freeview TV, WiFi, and tea/coffee making facilities ...
A generous double room, with a bath en-suite. TV with free view, tea and coffee making facilities. Please note this room is at the top of th ...
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The Sandhaven Information
*COVID-19 - We hope very much to open again on July 4th 2020. We have taken many new measures to ensure the continued wellbeing and safety of our guests. We now have contactless check in and out, breakfasts in rooms, special lighting for stair use and even more extensive cleaning. The Lush family have been running The Sandhaven since 2014. Prior to this they both worked in advertising for over 25 years in London. Owning and running a B&B in Swanage had been a long held dream for both them and their children. They aim to ensure all guests are made to feel relaxed and able to enjoy the surrounding area after a good nights sleep and locally sourced breakfast. The Sandhaven is located a short walk, 150 metres, from the beach at Swanage, one of the most desirable locations in Purbeck and within easy reach of all the attractive and historic features of Dorset. Swanage boasts more than 1 mile of sandy beach with water ideal for bathing, and many other watersports, a traditional steam railway and a wealth of boutiques and small shops. A short walk out of town takes one to Durlston Country Park which offers splendid views along the Purbeck Coast and from where a Seal, Dolphins and Puffins can be spotted. North of Swanage is the sandy beach of Studland, and closeby Arne RSPB nature reserve( As seen on BBC Autumn and Winter Watch) which offers a chance to walk and see a rich variety of bird and animal life. The Swanage steam railway takes you on a journey back to Victorian times, and also to Corfe Castle, where you can enjoy a 1,000 years of history. The Sandhaven is also only a short drive from many of Dorsets natural attractions, such as the Blue Pool, Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door, and Old Harry's Rocks, but also the Tank Museum, Monkey World, and the Terracotta Museum in Dorchester. We have 6 car park spaces for 9 rooms, which is usually enough, and there is nearby free on-street parking. No pets allowed
- Free WiFi internet
- Porter / concierge service
- Bike lock-up
- Breakfast lounge
- On-site parking
- Limited parking
- Cooked breakfast
- Free breakfast
Activities and Experiences
- Animal watching
- Bird watching
- Clay pigeon shooting
- Dart board
- Golf - miniature
- Horse riding
- Mountain biking
- River rafting
- Rock climbing
- Scuba diving
- Tennis court - outdoor
- Water activities
Check in16:00 18:00
Child PolicyChildren welcome
Smoking PolicyNo smoking
The Sandhaven doesn't have any ground floor rooms or a lift.
Road from Swanage Town Centre (1.0 miles)The Sandhaven will be found at the North end of the beach, simply drive along the front, then as it passes the Bull and Boat restaurant on your right, The Sandhaven is a further 200 yards up Ulwell Road on the left.
Road from Wareham (9.5 miles)From Wareham take the A351 toward Corfe Castle. You can then chose to either turn left onto the B3351 to travel to Swanage or continue on the A351 and enjoy scenic Corfe Castle before you arrive.
Road from Bournemouth (24.0 miles)If you are driving from Bournemouth you are two routes available. One route involves using the Sandbanks Ferry (5 min journey) but its worth checking to see if its in service before starting your journey. Otherwise, follow signs to Poole, then to Wareham and onto Swanage on the A351
Bus from Wareham (10.0 miles)The number 40 bus travels from Wareham into Swanage town centre
Road from Bournemouth (24.0 miles)The number 50 bus brings you from Bournemouth and you can alight at The Crows Nest which is 50 metres from The Sandhaven B&B