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The Blue Pool

Furzebrook Rd, Wareham BH20 5AR, United Kingdom

The Blue Pool
Tourist attraction
4.4
1 reviews
8 comments
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JWX4+VG Wareham, United Kingdom
+44 1929 558150
bluepooltearooms.co.uk
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Sue Byrne
Sue Byrne220 days ago
Our party was aged 2 to 65 and every single one of us had a great time. Wonderful walks and a beautiful pool. The 2 year old loved searching for the fairy doors. The cafe was second to none. Good fare and excellent service, looked great inside and out....the cream tea was ace. They were knowledgeable about allergies too. Loos were ok. Shop good. A special mention for the guy at the kiosk where you paid, so friendly and helpful. Car Park fairly big. Roads in and especially out are full of pot holes. We had a very good time.
Fatima A
Fatima A250 days ago
I love this place. I always enjoy walking around the Pool and it surroundings. Its so beautiful. There is a tea room that serves food and drinks. There is also a lovely little gift shop. I always have a nice hot chocolate and a piece a cake. I look forward to visit again.
Sue Noble
Sue Noble250 days ago
It was a lovely walk albeit shorter than we ha anticipated. The view of The Blue Pool is mesmerising. Could sit and chill looking at it for ages. The cafe was lovely with indoor and outdoor seating. The facilities were very good too. Enjoyed looking for all the little fairy doors and Easter themed bunnies and eggs which had been put out for children to find along the way.
Carole Noel
Carole Noel281 days ago
Nice place for a walk with family, or friends. Dogs friendly. The walk takes about 50min to 1hour. You can sit on the benches and enjoy the sound of nature, you can also take food and drink with you. There is a very nice tea room with tables in and outside, toilets available. Free parking, donation can be made. Entry in May 2022 was £5. I would highly recommend. 🙂
Claudia Baptista
Claudia Baptista311 days ago
It’s a verg nice place for a walk and to have a picnic. When you arrive you have a very big parking lot so I think parking shouldn’t be an issue here. When we arrive was Saturday morning and was almost empty. We took our puppy and kitten for a walk and it was quiet for them so was perfect.

The entrance fee was 5£ per adult and the pets enter for free! I loved the fact the whole place is pet friendly and your pets can enter in the gift shop, in the cafe and you will plenty of water bowls for them.

In the cafe you can sit inside or if you prefer you have 3 different areas outside where you can sit. You will find sandwiches, full English breakfast (cost 9£), beverages, soup of the day and other dishes.
Ifat khawaja
Ifat khawaja1 year ago
Lovely little gem of a lake and walks in Wareham. Dorset. The minerals in the water means it changes colour.
No swimming allowed. Bathrooms, cafe, ice cream parlour and gift shop on site. £5 for adults, £2.50 for kids. Under 5s are free.
Jane
Jane1 year ago
Lovely walk around the nature reserve through woodland where the pool could be seen from all sides. Plenty of rustic benches to stop and enjoy the view and the sunshine. We enjoyed coffee and cake from the tearoom which did offer a selection of light meals as well. Good seating area outside with tables, lots if space but we visited mid September, likely very busy at peak season. Enjoyable afternoon.
Alfred Aquino
Alfred Aquino2 years ago
Absolutely stunning and remarkable! I can imagine this place in the summer.. very lovely to spend a few hours with an entrance fee of £5 per person( not sure about kids). There are different trails and everyone can do it. It’s beautiful!
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