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Rent in Christchurch

Rental properties in Christchurch attract every sort of tenant.  It's ideal location makes it the perfect area for families and retired couples as it is the perfect destination to relax and unwind.
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Residential Area

Christchurch's unique location at the confluence of the rivers Stour and Avon and on the shores of its own spectacular natural harbour makes it the perfect destination to relax and unwind.  Close to the magnificent Dorset World Heritage Coast and the tranquil New Forest National Park, Christchurch is only a short drive from  Bournemouth and Poole.

The diverse mix of fascinating heritage, beautiful coastline and countryside and wide variety of attractions provides all the ingredients to make your holiday, short break or business trip extra special.

With a great range of quality assessed holiday accommodation, fantastic places to eat and drink, a wealth of things to see and doplus a wide variety of festivals and events, there's something to suit everyone whatever the time of year.


Shopping

Christchurch has lots of shops and has plenty of convenience stores.  It also has its own shopping centre,  Saxon Square Shopping Centre offers a wide range of stores to satisfy your shopping and lifestyle needs, from big brand names to independent retailers. Open seven days a week, with nearby parking and a range of refreshments for pit stops, including Costa Coffee and Caffé Nero – Saxon Square has all you need forstress-free shopping. 

Nightlife

 The options include heading to the casino, going to the cinema for a movie, heading to a restaurant for a late supper, going to a bar, or heading to a club.    

The Christchurch Casino is the largest casino on the south island.  It offers plenty of table games, slot machines, a restaurant, and two bars and is one of the few central city nightspots still operating after the earthquake.

There are a few cinemas in the Christchurch area.  Contact information can be found at Cinemas .

Christchurch has many great restaurants that serve food late into the night.  A great website offering a wide listing of restaurants, cafes and wineries can be found atDining in Christchurch .  With so many options to choose from, it may be hard to narrow the selection down to just one.

The Bar scene in Christchurch is alive and kicking.  There are plenty scattering the city, each offering something different to its guests.  Bars can stay open as late as 5am in the city, but 2am closing times are more typical.  Check out Christchurch Barsfor an extensive list of those in the area. 

Since the earthquake, bars and pubs in the western suburbs of Christchurch such as Riccarton, Merivale, Fendalton and Addington have seen as seen an increase in business as patrons look for alternative places to visit for nightlife.

The range of nightclubs is not as vast as the bars, but there are still plenty to choose from.  Check out Christchurch Clubs for a listing of those in the area.

Education

Christchurch has its own university, Canterbury Christchurch University. As well as this, Bournemouth has plenty of schools, only a short journey away. Including St Peters Catholic School, Kings Castle Motessori and Southbourne School of English as well as many more.

Transport

Christchurch is only a short journey from Bournemouth Airport offering plenty of international flights.  Christchurch also has plenty of bus routes.