The Norfolk Royale, Bournemouth
The fabulous new addition to the Leisureplex Hotel collection
The elegant Norfolk Royale Hotel, part of the Leisureplex Hotel Collection, is centrally located just a few steps from Bournemouth Square and only a short stroll from award winning gardens and golden sand Blue Flag beaches. Offering a very high standard of accommodation, the Norfolk Royale Hotel is the perfect choice for seaside getaways and longer stays.
About the Norfolk Royale Hotel
Originally converted from two imposing Victorian Villas, and formerly the home of the Duke of Norfolk, the hotel has been restored to its Edwardian grandeur. Guests staying in one of the 95 well appointed and fully equipped en-suite bedrooms are able to enjoy the hotel’s warm and cosy lounge, bars and entertainment space with dance floor where you can dance the night away. Entertainment is offered every evening during spring, autumn and festive breaks and most evenings during summer.
About the Resort - Bournemouth
A city by the sea!
Bournemouth is superbly situated on the sunny South coast on top of spectacular cliffs which look down upon miles of golden sand. It is probably Britain’s most international resort. Stroll through the splendid gardens or browse through the remarkable selection of shops.
The town is full of flowers and there are beautifully manicured parks and gardens. The delightful “chines”, small valleys in the cliffs, offer shady groves leading to the shore.
There are many outstanding attractions including museums, an art gallery, two piers and a wealth of evening entertainment ranging from classical music to top name summer shows.
Lyndhurst & Beaulieu
A day in the New Forest, an area of beautiful unspoilt countryside, much of its woodland, with its famous wild ponies. Beaulieu is a fantastic day out for everyone, with its Palace House, historic Abbey, National Motor Museum and gardens which stretch down to the river’s edge.
Weymouth & Portland
We travel to Weymouth to spend the day in this delightful Dorset resort. A lovely curving bay with soft sands, a fascinating harbour with interesting old pubs and cottages, the remains of a Tudor Castle, some engaging architecture, and a variety of shops.
Salisbury & Shaftesbury
Salisbury is best known for having the tallest cathedral spire in England along with a superbly well preserved medieval town plan with many wooden buildings. We then journey past the ancient Stonehenge on our way to Shaftesbury, a famously picturesque village.
Poole Harbour Cruise
Visit Poole – famous for its deep water harbour and historic waterfront, here we take to the waters enjoying a cruise around the harbour seeing the Sandbanks Peninsula, Studland Bay and Brownsea Island – the birthplace of Scouting and Guiding.
Lyndhurst & Southampton
We visit the seafaring city of Southampton with free time to explore this maritime city. The Mayflower, the Queen Mary II and the Titanic all have a place in the city’s history, and the historic port continue to attract fishing fleets, sailing boats and mega cruise ships from across the world.
Lulworth Cove, Swanage & Poole
Excursion to beautiful Lulworth Cove where you can stroll along the winding Main Road to admire the prettiest of hidden coves on the Jurassic Coast. We continue to visit the seaside town of Swanage before calling at Poole – a resort for all seasons and home to Europe’s largest natural harbour.
Holidays to The Norfolk Royale Hotel
South (South Mimms)
Self Drive Hotel Breaks
If you don’t live near to one of our pick up points, our Self Drive Hotel Breaks offer the perfect alternative!
You can make your own way to the Norfolk Royale Hotel and explore Bournemouth at your leisure, yet still be reassured you will receive the same quality accommodation and premium service that comes with every Alfa Travel holiday.