The blue pool is so named for minerals that reflect an azure, turquoise or green colour depending on the light. It's part of a now defunct estate and can be accessed directly as an attraction. There's a shop and large restaurant on site, and the shop contains the 'Wareham Bears', a huge collection of dioramas of small teddies in Victorian... 更多
The Blue Pool is a natural phenomenon in Dorset. There is a very good tea shop selling excellent quality produce. I particularly liked it because it was so peaceful and calm. The staff were kind too and sympathetic
It was a lovely tranquil walk through the trees, with glimpses of the water. But I could say the same about the free Upton Park on Poole Bay, or Arne Nature Reserves. The USP - the Blue Pool - is actually green and looks no different from other inland waters. Wildlife was being shy - one frog and bees. I... 更多
Beautiful walk in the woods with things for the children to do along the route. small playground on the route in a relaxing area. did not use the cafe but it looked clean.
Wonderful walk around the pools and childrens playground. two routes which interconnect - good with older children who can use up their energy without getting lost. NOT COMMERCIALISED! Café? - needs updating, but service ok
We had a very pleasant walk around the Blue Pool and no, it's not always that colour - though it does seem to change colour as you go around it. It is the sort of place where you could wander for quite a while, or take a picnic and sit overlooking the pool at its more attractive side. The information... 更多
so we decided to spend an afternoon at the blue pool with the wareham bears the pool itself was lovely the walk whilst a bit bumpy with a pusher was nice my daughter loved finding the fairy doors the tea room however was a shocker the sausage roll they fed my daughter was practically inedible it must have been under... 更多