Bournemouth Beach Hut Association, Est 2009

Our Beaches
Seven Miles of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world

Alum Chine Beach

Alum Chine Beach goes a little bit further to cater for young children with a large adventure playground.

Boscombe East Beach

Boscombe East Beach offers some of the best views. Its an RNLI life-guarded beach between May and Sep.

Boscombe West Beach

Close to Boscombe Pier and the regenerated Overstrand building, Toilets restaurant, surf shop and surf school.

Bournemouth East Beach

Between Bournemouth Pier and Undercliff Drive Car Park these beach huts are ideally positioned in a central location.

Bournemouth West Beach

Beach huts at Bournemouth West Beach are situated between the West Cliff lift and Bournemouth Pier.

Durley Chine Beach

Located between Alum Chine and a short walk from Bournemouth's iconic Pier. Take Aways, Pub and toilets.

Fishermans Walk Beach

Blue Flag Award winning Fishermans Walk beach is set between Boscombe East and Southbourne.

Southbourne Beach

Close to Bistro on the Beach Beach huts in this area are available on both the ground floor and first floor.

Between 1st May and 30th September, dogs must be kept on a lead on the promenades and paths at all times, and may only be exercised on the following signposted sections of beach:

Seasonal dog free areas of the beach between Groynes 3 - 5

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Seasonal dog free areas of the beach. Mouth of Durley Chine to Fishermans Walk Groyne 32

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Seasonal dog free areas of the beach. Durley Chine to Fishermans Walk Groyne 32

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Clean it Up

Be a responsible dog owner and use the poop scoop bins provided to help us keep the beach a clean and safe place for everyone to enjoy.

No Dogs On The Beach

Between 1st May and 30th September Dogs are banned from the beach except for the areas which have been set aside for exercise of dogs

Dogs on leads

From1st May and 30th September Dogs must be kept on a lead when on the promenade, Bournemouth and Boscombe Piers, cliff paths and zig zags.

Cycling On The Promenade

Please help us to ensure that Bournemouth Seafront remains a safe and enjoyable place for ALL Visitors

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Cyclists and pedestrians

The promenade is to be used and enjoyed by pedestrians and cyclists together. Cyclists Must Give Way To Pedestrians - They Have The Right Of Way

Cycle Slowly

When cycling on the promenade keep your speed down. Please don't cycle at more than 10mph.


Please dismount and push your bike when you see this sign

No Cycling

Where you see this sign cycling is prohibited at all times. Please be a responsible cyclist - dismount and Push Your Bike