There are some nicer pubs (still with a good bit of life in them) in other areas. The Living Room, Bournemouth: See 412 traveller reviews, 81 candid photos, and great deals for The Living Room, ranked #16 of 133 B&Bs / inns in Bournemouth and rated 4.5 of 5 at Tripadvisor. Premier Club My rich auntie has a nice penthouse apartment in Alum Chine (near sandbanks) which we use a lot as she lives in Dubai. Whenever you fancy a chuckle, pick from one of many live comedy venues around the town – the list of gigs goes on and on. My elderly folks are the only thing holding me back. Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, East Dorset, Swanage, Wareham, Dorchester, Blandford & Ringwood, Browse through our other magazines in the Hampshire & Dorset Region, Publisher’s statement readership is calculated, on a conservative, 3 RPC on average across our portfolio, © 2020 Living Magazine. Up here theres plenty of jobs for the uneducated but as far as I am aware Bournemouth is not at the center of industry or warehousing. Let's celebrate the good ideas and inspire others around Bournemouth to do the same. Re: The reef…yes, total failure. It’s said to be the largest non-industrial conurbation in Europe and is the largest urban area in the UK that doesn’t contain anywhere with city status. It’s more students and hairdressers than old people though. Oh, there’s also a classic sticky carpet rock dive called Sound Circus (previously The Villa) by the railway station. Rents are fairly reasonable here in Bournemouth, depending on the area obviously. I lived there for around six months near the beach in the Jewish area. Very small townish, which means you get the typical “Bournemouth is the best place in the uk” bullshit from people who have a small sphere of existence to deal with. Sit back and relax knowing your own student room in a thriving community is all yours. The South Downs are also within easy reach. Dorset really has it all. Tourist board spiel over. We celebrate the most interesting homes to covet and the finest properties and estates to buy, we review the best places to eat, sleep and play and focus on sumptuous goods from local, luxury retailers. Consider Brockenhurst college too as its commutable and has a good construction centre. 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More industry can be found around the Poole and Christchurch areas. Its “pleasant” place to live, nothing majorly exciting, but nothing bad either. There are plenty of student hangouts to be found. Its quite nice, safe, not too expensive if you a avoid the really posh bits, plenty of middling bits and even the bits (Boscome) which everyone will tell you are a shit hole are not that bad if you have ever lived in a real city. However, away from the commercial ‘Ibiza Uncovered’ horrors of the Old Christchurch Road (and Horseshoe Common in particular) you’ve got 60 Million Postcards plus Smokin’ Aces, Flirt and The Winchester all handily located within 75 metres of each other in The Triangle. 328. Plenty of colleges, skills centres. Last updated on 15 September 2019 15 September 2019. Jobs really. Thoroughly recommend it. Champions in Westbourne was really shaping up too, but that’s gone now. i get that when i go to london! I spend a fair amount of time in Poole (Ma lives there). Very friendly place. can’t see what the fuss is over for lots of traffic, litter and too many people…. ?’ is closed to new replies. Bournemouth and Poole combine with Christchurch and various other settlements on the periphery to form a conurbation of around 400,000 people. From the section Premier League. All rights reserved. The town centre is shit IMO for going out in, generic bar after generic bar playing music from capital fm playlist, lots of orange girls walking about, its like being up north. The whole of Dorset has a nice vibe to it although I’d agree that property prices in the nicer parts have been skewed by people like my auntie!! Loads of decent places to choose from, try the hinterland if you want somewhere quieter but picturesque. The Girlfriend seems hell bent on moving to the coast and as I have family in Bournemouth it seems like a logical choice. My opinion is that it a huge retirement village. Bournemouth is well known for its work in the media, and lots of graduates from Bournemouth University, Arts University Bournemouth and Bournemouth and Poole College have gone on to work on Hollywood films. Uswitch looks at income, living costs and many more factors in it's 2015 Quality of Life Index. by Sam Haysom. Think of it as a new start! Bournemouth is great until summer arrives, as is Poole, although you can still avoid the masses if you want to. Dorset overall is a lovely part of the uk, I’d move there. It’s surprisingly good fun and very cheap and down on Lansdowne you have another rock bar with a late licence called The Anvil nestled amongst the student haunts…it’s the only place in town where you’ll hear Reign in Blood played in its entirety on a Friday night. Westbourne has a great pub called The Porterhouse with a decent range of ales, The Libertine (expensive mind), Soho, one of those Lounge places that seem to be appearing everywhere and some decent restaurants…including Chez Fred which may be the best fish and chips I’ve ever had. I understand they spent millions on a fake reef that doesn’t work. Possibly a lack of biking or a lack of London (where I’d come from), but I’m much happier here in North Wales! and The Cellar Bar which is genuinely fun place with a quirky mixed clientele…probation officers and ex-cons drinking side by side…no, really!). &…. We ensure our editorial matches the pursuits of our readers and that advertisers always benefit from being positioned with relevant editorial. Grew up here, went around the UK (to some extent) and the world and came back. Whatever your budget, our all-inclusive student rooms, studios, and shared apartments come with everything you need for your studies. South Wales is not too far mileage wise but the road to get there is shit. there’s a growing university here (though, technically it’s in Poole…only just though), an art school and umpteen language schools. Premier Partners for Singletrack issues & exclusive subscriber perks, Metcheck MTB Weather Forecasts At A Glance, Singletrack Lockdown 2020 426ml Coffee Mug, Singletrack Wisecracker Headset Spacer Bottle Opener, ‘Talk’ with Cai Grocott – An Outstanding Video about Mental Health, Singletrack Christmas Gift Guide â Making Xmas Easy, The multi-standard Lone Parabellum gets a 2021 update, This topic has 22 replies, 13 voices, and was last updated. Have to say that, bar a few choice days on the Purbecks and by the beach, I hated it. Bournemouth is instead set to be transformed into an open-air alpine village this Christmas. Living readers are loyal, discerning people who enjoy the finer things in life and have a large disposable income to afford their luxurious lifestyle. You’ve the Purbecks for MTB riding, lots of nice country roads for, erm, road riding, and plenty of shops/night life…, You probably won’t get too involved with the older people, and they won’t get too involved with you, I imagine…. There are a lot of very wealthy people in the SE Dorset conurbation, but th vast majority of them earn it elsewhere/have moved here from London/Home Counties. ... Life's a beech living in Bournemouth. gap between average salary and average property price in the UK.
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