The published description clearly states Bournemouth town centre as the location and its proximity to all sorts of entertainment including "bars" as follows - "Our place is close to the beach (ten minutes walk), at the heart of Bournemouth's pedestrianised historic town centre. The apartment is within easy walking distance of all the local amenities, including: car parks, buses, restaurants, gardens, theatre, bars and shops". Bournemouth is a university town, the flat is in the pedestrianised area where people are free to roam without fear of vehicles, so yes, it does get very lively in the summer with stag/hen/prom parties/people out and about on warm summer nights enjoying themselves well beyond midnight. The flats central location is it's strength and its weakness. I doubt there is a quiet apartment anywhere in the old town centre during the summer holiday period. Cleanliness - we took photographs of how we found the flat after this stay, the first time we have felt the need to do so. The house rules were completely ignored in this respect. Nevertheless we are intending to have the kitchen professionally deep cleaned. Access - we describe the apartment as unsuitable for people with mobility problems and wheelchairs, we describe it as a converted Victorian building. There is always going to be a compromise with historic, listed buildings in conservation areas, this building is no exception. The lift holds 2-3 people at a time serving fifteen flats in a very old building which saves walking up to the first floor where our apartment is located. We see the fact there is a lift in the building as a positive, as other similar buildings in the old town don't have a lift at all.