Our Location

Three Gables B&B Christchurch is situated in peaceful location, yet right in the centre of the town (directly between the high street and the beautiful quay).   We can offer the best of both worlds: a quiet environment in which to rest your sleepy head after a long day of enjoying yourself…and the benefit of being a stone’s throw from Christchurch’s main attractions.


Three Gables B&B ChristchurchThree Gables, 11 Wickfield Avenue, Christchurch, Dorset, BH23 1JB
Telephone:  01202 481166     Email:  enquiries@three-gables.co.uk

Ideally situated, our quiet road is only a three minute level walk from the town centre and the quay.  Christchurch is an excellent centre for either long or short stays. There are numerous restaurants, pubs and bars all within easy strolling distance.

Three Gables is only 10 minutes to the nearest beaches in Mudeford or Southbourne, and watersports can be arranged locally. Mudeford is of course a very well known area for sailing and boating.

Our ancient Priory Church which is excess of 900 years old is the longest church in England. There is a Water Mill dating back to Saxon times, and the two large rivers, the Stour and the Avon, together with the harbour makes Christchurch a mecca for anglers (game, coarse or sea).

The New Forest is only a short distance away catering as it does for picnicing, cycling, walkers, nature lovers, artists, photographers and ornithologists, this is a very popular venue.

Bournemouth is close by with its sandy beaches, promenade, piers, shops, museums, galleries, theatres, cinemas, parks and restaurants.

Three Gables is ideally situated for access by car, and we’re also in the perfect location for access to public transport. All buses  stop in the high street (3 minutes’ walk) whilst the station is only 10 minutes’ walk away. Bournemouth International Airport is a mere 15-minute drive away.

 

Click here to see the local attractions which can be enjoyed from Three Gables.

 

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