London to Bournemouth, Poole & Sandbanks in Luxury Cars
Bournemouth, Poole & Sandbanks Tours & Travel
Tour and Visit Dorset in Style
For business or pleasure, tours, or one way city to city journeys. Enjoy first-class safe and comfortable award-winning service in the epitome of style. For your peace of mind all of our chauffeurs are hand-picked, experienced, licensed professionals. Choose from our range of Mercedes, Range Rover, Bentley and Rolls-Royce stylish executive and ultra-luxury cars and people carriers.
England’s most popular seaside resort. Seven miles of golden sandy beaches bridging the New Forest National Park and Christchurch to the east and the beautiful Hengistbury Head, Poole Harbour and Sandbanks to the west leading to the Jurassic Coast.
Bournemouth’s growth accelerated with the arrival of the railway, and it became a town in 1870. The town is a regional centre of business, home of the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC), and a financial sector that is worth more than £1 billion. Major venues for concerts include BIC, Pavilion Theatre and O2 Academy. The BIC is also a popular place for party political conferences and has been used by all three major political parties.
Areas within Bournemouth include: Boscombe, Kinson, Southbourne, Springbourne, Throop, Westbourne, Winton and Pokesdown.
Bournemouth has rich literary associations including J. R. R. Tolkien, Mary Shelley, Robert Louis Stevenson. Bill Bryson wrote about the town in ‘Notes from a Small Island’.
The borough has two piers, Bournemouth Pier and Boscombe Pier. In 2009, fashion designer Wayne Hemingway described Boscombe Pier as “Britain’s coolest pier”.
The town has a professional football club, AFC Bournemouth, and a rugby club, Bournemouth Rugby Club.
Bournemouth is 5 miles from Sandbanks, 6 miles from Poole, 6 miles from Bournemouth Airport, 12 miles from Ringwood and the New Forest, 12 miles from the Chewton Glen Hotel & Spa, 33 miles from Southampton and 107 miles from London.
‘Man is not truly one, but truly two’
The International Airport and FBO
iChauffeur offer luxury airport transfers to and from Bournemouth Airport and London.
Bournemouth Airport (IATA: BOH, ICAO: EGHH) (previously known as Hurn Airport and Bournemouth International Airport) is an airport located 6 miles north-northeast of Bournemouth.
There are private jet facilities with a Fixed Based Operator (FBO) as well as chartered airline services at the airport.
Bournemouth hosts an air festival over four days in August. Motoring and aviation pioneer Charles Rolls, founder of Rolls-Royce was killed in Southbourne, near Hengistbury Head in an aircraft accident.
Bournemouth International Airport
Popular with our chauffeur clients Sandbanks is dubbed Britain’s Palm Beach. The small spit crossing the mouth of Poole Harbour is known for its award winning beach and high property prices. In 2005, Sandbanks was reported to have the fourth highest land value by area in the world. The north side is home to the Southern Headquarters of the Royal Yachting Association and a sailing school.
The Sandbanks Ferry is a chain ferry which crosses the harbour to Studland, and leads to Swanage. There is also a ferry to Brownsea Island.
Sunseeker International is a British luxury performance motor yacht brand. Originally named Poole Power Boats. Now a global icon its headquarters and main assembly facility is in Poole Harbour. It is the largest UK-based luxury yacht maker measured by 2012 revenues.
West Quay Road,
The Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site
The Jurassic Coast was granted UNESCO status for its outstanding geology. The Jurassic Coast begins at Old Harry Rocks, near Swanage, Dorset and continues for 95 miles to Orcombe Point in Exmouth, Devon. Durdle Door as pictured above is one of Dorset’s most photographed and iconic landmarks. Nearby, the pebble beach and blue waters of Lulworth Cove make it another popular attraction. Low tide reveals wonderful rock pools teeming with sea creatures, great for exploring with children.