Westbourne is a warm, welcoming coastal village with a wide variety of boutique, individual shops with plenty of places to eat, drink and relax and only one mile from Bournemouth town centre.
The great location provides locals, tourists and visitors with a perfect opportunity to visit Westbourne, whether you’re travelling by car, bike, walking, or any other mode of transport.
Westbourne’s unique appeal has attracted an ever growing and varied number of restaurants, bars, delicatessens, off licences, cafés and food stores. With over 200 businesses, Westbourne is well established and proud to boast some 50 venues where visitors can dine, snack or drink, allowing them to discover food from across the globe.
When it comes to the shops, you’ll find unique, quirky clothing and accessories to catch your eye, from vintage clothing, all the way up to occasion wear. The Westbourne Arcade is well worth a visit too. Built during 1884 and 1885 by Henry Joy, this is a “well-preserved polychrome Gothic shopping arcade”. Today, it is host to an eclectic mix of gift shops and cafés, plus the UK’s smallest cinema, ‘Bournemouth Colosseum’ with only 19 seats!
And when you need a break from the retail therapy, you can take a lovely walk from Westbourne through a wooded area leading to the beautiful Tropical Gardens, just a short walk away from Alum Chine Beach.
Discover Westbourne at www.westbournebusiness.com