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The Suncliff Hotel



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With seven miles of unspoilt coastline, is it any wonder that Bournemouth is known as ‘The Coast with The Most’. Walk along the sandy beaches, through Victorian gardens or along majestic cliff tops. There are hundreds of bustling restaurants, cafes, and bars in the heart of the town along with high street shops and department stores.

Situated on the town’s East Cliff, overlooking miles of blue flag golden sandy beaches, this 3-star hotel has a unique position meaning many of the bedrooms and public areas have stunning sea views. The town centre, award winning gardens and pier are just a ten-minute walk away. The 95 bedrooms are tastefully decorated and offer hairdryer, TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Sit and relax in the public areas - the Sunset conservatory offers great views out to sea.

The traditional styled Atlantis restaurant makes an intimate setting for your breakfast and evening dinner, offering superb cuisine cooked from local, fresh produce. The Palm bar is ideal for a relaxing cocktail and entertainment with dancing is provided in the lounge. There is free use of the hotel’s leisure facilities, including an indoor heated swimming pool, hot tub and sauna.

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Dorchester & The Tutankhamun Exhibition (June date only) - Dorchester is a vibrant market town for sightseeing and shopping. Visit Dorchester’s museums and shops, cafes and restaurants, while some of the country’s best-preserved Roman Ruins are just moments away from the towns thriving high street.

You will also get the chance to visit the Tutankhamun Exhibition. Experience the mystery and wonder of the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb first-hand. The exhibition: the most comprehensive and innovative on the boy Pharaoh outside of Egypt recreates the tomb, treasures and mummy of Tutankhamun. (Cost included)

Poole - Poole is a bustling tourist resort in the east of Dorset and is well known for Europe’s largest natural harbour, award winning blue flag beaches including the world-famous Sandbanks Beach, a busy quayside and beautiful historic old town.

Salisbury - Today we visit the cathedral city of Salisbury, a place that has attracted visitors for centuries. At Salisbury Cathedral you will find the best preserved of the four original Magna Carta Manuscripts dating back to 1215AD.

The historic streets are also home to all your favourite stores as well as small independent shops that you will not find on the normal high street. There is a vast array of tea and coffee shops, cafes, and restaurants all with plenty on offer throughout the day.

COVID-19 Information

At Plimbley Travel, we are doing everything we can to keep our customers safe, below you will  find a list of all the steps we and our partners will be taking so you can relax and enjoy your holiday with peace of mind.


  • Hand sanitiser will be provided for your use
  • You may be required to board the coach via the front and side doors depending where you are seated.
  • All of our coaches will be vigorously cleaned each day and fully sanitised with a fogging machine at the start and end of each tour. All high traffic areas and all touch points are disinfected numerous times during the day.  Some of our coaches have the benefit of the latest air purification technology.
  • Face coverings/masks will be required (If you do not have these, we can supply you with a reusable face mask for the cost of £1.50each). Please ask for details.
  • Passengers from the same household or social bubble will be allowed to sit together. Single travellers will not be expected to sit next to any other passengers
  • Your seat numbers may change so we can adhere to social distancing as much as possible.
  • You may be required to have your temperature taken with a contactless thermometer.
  • Our booking and reservation systems are fully compliant with “Track & Trace” requirements.


  • We are limiting the number of passengers we can take in one taxi or minibus; face coverings may be required depending on individual companies, but we would advise you to wear them for your own safety.


  • Due to social distancing there will be no entertainment in some hotels.
  • Swimming pools will not be open until further government guidance.
  • Bars and restaurants will be open with tables arranged to adhere to social distancing.


  • Group numbers will be reduced at any one time to some venues where you are in enclosed spaces to allow for social distancing.
  • There might have to be changes to some excursions due to some venues not opening to full capacity. We will however try our best to update you on this as soon as possible.

As you are all aware things are changing on a daily basis, we will endeavour to keep you as up to date as possible. We acknowledge that these are strange and challenging times for us all and we would like to thank each and every one of you for your co-operation and patience.