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Give us a ring, use our online chat service or fill in our contact form and we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have or to help you reserve a room. If you decide to reserve a room either by phone or online, there’s no deposit to pay today.
At our Poole store, you can keep your storage room for just 7 days or as long as you need, with no hidden penalties or fees for extending your stay.
Our video guides are helpful if you need to know how much space to rent with us. Alternatively, you can call us or use our online contact form or chat service to ask one of our experienced team for tailored advice on how many square feet you’ll need for whatever you intend to store. Don’t worry if you need more or less space at a later date, though, because you can quickly and easily increase or decrease the size of your space at any time.
Safestore self storage in Poole
Our Poole store is monitored by recorded 24 hour recorded CCTV and our rooms are covered by PTI intruder alarms for added security. The store is easy to reach from the main road and there’s plenty of onsite parking - our car park is even large enough for HGV access. You can load and unload your storage room quickly and easily thanks to large loading bays and double door access, and we have rooms with high ceilings available if needed. Our Poole team is on hand to help during opening hours and we can even accept deliveries for you so that you can have items delivered to the store without having to wait in to receive them.
Poole has a thriving tourist industry, thanks to its natural harbour, Blue Flag beaches, and two beautiful nature parks (Holes Bay and Corfe Barrows). There are several well-planned, signposted walks known as the Harbour Trails, and in the wetter weather there’s still plenty to do in the area thanks to significant investment in the refurbishment of the Lighthouse arts centre, which is home to the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and also features a concert hall, theatre and cinema.
It’s easy to see why so many visitors are attracted to the area, and those same attractions are what makes Poole a lovely place to live and work. A strong local economy is driven by several industries including the creative sector, manufacturing and engineering, and marine tech. It’s also a popular place to study, as Poole is also where much of Bournemouth University is located.