Beside the seaside you’ll find Bournemouth Cosy Club. Bathed in a year round sunny, relaxing and welcoming ambiance.
Bournemouth Cosy Club itself was lucky to escape the air raid of 1943. It has also been able to retain much of its original art-deco façade.
Split across three floors, the dining areas can seat up to 120 guests amongst the large portrait paintings that adorn the walls, the eccentric mix of lightshades and the dazzling display of teardrop chandeliers. With a bow and a curtsy to the famous Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre nearby, luxurious, velvety curtains drape across the back of one of the bars – and keep a watchful eye out for the deer taxidermy as you order your drinks.
The distinguishing third floor bar and rooftop terrace is available to book for private parties and soirees. From here you can enjoy dining alfresco in one of the sunniest spots in Bournemouth.