Our Area Guides

Ashley Cross is a lively, urban area in Poole which has a vibrant social scene and features many boutique shops, fashionable bars, trendy bistros and coffee shops.It has a village like feel and a...
Branksome is a suburb of Poole made up of residential properties and several commercial and industrial areas.It borders Parkstone, another small suburb, to the west and north, Branksome Park (an...
Canford Cliffs is an affluent suburb of Poole. The neighbourhood lies on the English Channel coast midway between Poole and Bournemouth.To the southwest is Sandbanks which has some of the highest...
Hamworthy is a parish and inner suburb of Poole. It is sited on a peninsula of approximately 3 square kilometres (1.2 sq. mi) that is bordered by Upton to the north, Poole Harbour to the south,...
Parkstone /ˈpɑːrkstən/ is an area of Poole, Dorset. It is divided into 'Lower' and 'Upper' Parkstone. Upper Parkstone - "Up-on-'ill" as it used to be known in local...
Sandbanks is a small peninsula crossing the mouth of Poole Harbour. It is famous for the highly regarded Sandbanks Beach, it’s stunning views and its jaw dropping property values. Sandbanks has,...
Southbourne is a suburb of Bournemouth in the English county of Dorset. It is the most easterly part of the Borough of Bournemouth, situated between Boscombe and Christchurch.It has a fascinating...
Wallisdown is a residential and commercial area which straddles Bournemouth and Poole.It has a population of around 10,000 people and features several 19th century houses and cottages in Talbot...
Westbourne Village is a well-balanced mix of major stores such as M&S Foodhall, Starbucks and Costa Coffee combined with some fabulous boutique independent bars and bistros.These include: The Duck,...