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The Queens Hotel Bournemouth – our Summer Newsletter is ready!  Lots of news – Kids Club, Gourmet BBQ’s, Coach Tours, Competition.  Sign up via website www.queenshotelbournemouth.com

BRITAIN could be facing the hottest summer ever with temperatures hitting 101F, forecasters said last night

Forecasters say there is no significant rain on the horizon and in June and July, temperatures are potentially going to be consistently high. As high pressure sets in next month, bringing prolonged spells of clear skies and unbroken sunshine, the heat is likely to rise to 95F.

Paul Michaelwhite, of online forecasters Netweather, said: “It is not beyond that realms of possibility that we could see temperatures pushing up to the record 101.3F – and temperatures of 95F are certainly not out of the question.”

Book your accommodation with us at The Queens Hotel now and be sure to guarantee enjoying what is possibly going to be the best British summer ever!

Bournemouth has recently been awarded four Blue Flags for its beaches and two Quality Coast Awards.  It is official our beaches are fantastic!  Book your summer holiday now!

Bournemouth beaches have yet again been awarded multiple Blue Flags and Quality Coast Awards.   Bournemouth beaches are wonderful places to visit and that is official!  Book your accommodation for your summer British beach holiday sooner rather than later.

8th and 9th July 2011 sees the return of the British Beach Polo Championships at Sandbanks.  The Queens Hotel Bournemouth recommends that you book your accommodation now to secure your room for this glamourous  weekend.

Wednesday 25th May please join us for a 3 course lunch with coffee at The Queens Hotel.  Telephone 01202 554415 to book, ask for Julie.  Price £17.95 .  Guest speakers Elaine Arnold, Business Development Manager and Reuben Hawkwood, Head Ranger of  Brownsea Island will speak after lunch.  Expect to learn lots of interesting information about the National Trust in Dorset.  Delightful menu with choices for each course.