Bournemouth boarding houses

The opening stanza of a production with this title by Cumberland Clark, identified by Dalrymple as the second-worst poet in the English language, reads:

The boarding houses met with in this splendid seaside town
Are mainly very excellent, deserving their renown.
The residents form usually congenial society,
Although among so many you meet types in great variety.

Visitors call it the Yorkshire lady’s house with the pleasant memories

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