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Bournemouth Airport lies four miles to the north-east of the south-coast resort town. Pick-up and drop-off costs £3 for 30 minutes. Since this is a holiday destination, local hotel accommodation is plentiful, from national chains to B&Bs, boutique venues and independents, large and small. With so much entertainment nearby, alongside dozens of miles of glorious coastline, you’ll struggle to do everything! Use AirportCars to get to and from the airport, around Bournemouth and beyond.

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Hotels to stay in near Bournemouth Airport

Pre-book your Bournemouth Airport transfer to or from one of these hotels:

  • The Cumberland Hotel is within five miles or 15 minutes, making for easy Bournemouth Airport transfers. With sea views, it has four stars, a pool and two restaurants.
  • Premier Inn Bournemouth/Ferndown Hotel is less than four miles away, making for airport transfers in minutes. Scoring 4/5 on TripAdvisor, this modern, comfortable accommodation offers easy access to the coast, the New Forest and beyond.
  • Langtry Manor Hotel is around four miles distant, and this three-star hotel has an excellent TripAdvisor rating. Built in 1877, its redevelopment respects its long heritage.

Travelling on from Bournemouth to another airport?

  • Southampton Airport is roughly 30 miles away, meaning Bournemouth Airport transfers within the hour
  • Exeter Airport is just over 80 miles distant, so allow up to a couple of hours to travel there by road
  • Bristol Airport is within 70 miles, meaning a journey time within an hour and 45 minutes
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Great towns to visit near Bournemouth Airport

  1. Christchurch is within four miles or 10 minutes by Bournemouth Airport transfer. It’s compact and attractive, with an eleventh century castle, the medieval Priory Church and a quayside. Christchurch buzzes with great shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Check out Red House Museum – originally a workhouse.
  2. Dorchester is 30 miles west, so journeys take no longer than an hour. This attractive place combines Roman ruins with a vibrant modern town and a lively cultural scene. Visit the Dinosaur Museum, take a riverside stroll or enjoy some retail therapy at Brewery Square.
  3. Poole is a 25-minute Bournemouth Airport transfer away, lying 12 miles south-west. Beaches here are great, and you can cruise the world’s second-biggest natural harbour. Stroll through the Old Town or by the Quayside, or watch the red squirrels on Brownsea Island. Finally, Poole Museum has free entry.
  4. Salisbury, lying 25 miles or a 50-minute trip north, is a jewel of a cathedral city that has welcomed visitors since the 1200s, with museums and more around the famous Cathedral Close. Salisbury’s historic streets are ideal for dining or a relaxing shopping trip.
  5. Weymouth, within 40 miles and an hour’s drive south-west, is a seaside resort, its sandy beach dotted with colourful beach huts, backed by Georgian buildings. Take in harbour views from the revolving Jurassic Skyline tower, or the Victorian Nothe Fort. Portland Island, with its birdlife and lighthouse, is accessible via a causeway.
  6. Bournemouth itself is a 10-minute airport transfer away. Nestling in a sheltered bay, it boasts seven miles of beaches, along with a Victorian pier plus a rich range of activities and attractions from arcades, museums, watersports and mini-golf to an oceanarium. You’re also spoilt for choice for food, shops and entertainment venues.
Places to see close to Bournemouth Airport
  1. Hengistbury Head: At six miles or perhaps 15 minutes by Bournemouth Airport transfer, this headland juts into the sea between Bournemouth and Mudeford. A classified monument, it’s also significant archaeologically, and home to varied bird and wildlife.
  2. Corfe Castle is just over 20 miles south-west so reachable in 45 minutes. This breathtaking eleventh-century castle stands above its village on the Isle of Purbeck peninsula, and was built by William the Conqueror. It’s a Grade 1 monument which the National Trust runs.
  3. Monkey World is a similar distance away, and a rescue centre rather than a zoo. It houses hundreds of endangered primates including chimps, of which it has the greatest number outside Africa, and Europe’s only orangutan crèche.
  4. Swanage Railway is slightly further afield at 27 miles or a 50-minute airport transfer from Bournemouth. This heritage steam railway offers a stunning six-mile journey through beautiful scenery, from Swanage to Corfe Castle.
  5. The Oceanarium or Bournemouth Aquarium is six miles away, so accessible within 15 minutes. Get up close and personal with hundreds of incredible creatures from around the world on this colourful underwater adventure featuring 10 spectacular recreated environments.
  6. Adventure Wonderland is within a mile or a very few minutes of Bournemouth Airport. This family-friendly theme park combines outdoor rides with an indoor play centre. Get lost in the maze, meet characters from Alice in Wonderland, take in a show or get drenched on the Battle Boats!
Important info about Bournemouth Airport

Bournemouth is a user-friendly airport, providing assistance throughout a journey. It works with disability organisations, and organises pre-travel visits through them. The airport also offers a compact, step-free environment plus ample waiting space.

It participates in the sunflower lanyard scheme for those with hidden disabilities, and is dementia-friendly, while hearing loops help deaf travellers. Special assistance signage is in pink, and accessible loos are in the terminal. Wheelchairs are also available; tell your airline if you’re bringing your own mobility equipment or assistance dog.

Bournemouth Airport
BH23 6SE

Tel: (01202) 364 000
Email: Via contact form