Our bar and restaurant’s name is in recognition of the massive historical impact this building has had on the town over the past two centuries.
The Management would like to thank all of its loyal customers and staff who have helped make 1812 such a success seeing us winners and runners up for numerous awards, one of which rating us in the top four bars in the country.
We always try to increase our standards and are open to any comments on how we can make improvements whether it is with drink, food or service all suggestions are welcome.
On the 14th of April 1812, the founder of Bournemouth, Captain Lewis Tregonwell, took up residence in his newly built mansion.
He purchased the land from Sir George Ivison Tapps Lord of the Manor of Christchurch for £179 & 11 shillings.
It was the first house in Bourne derived from a geographical reference to the little Bourne (burna) stream which was later to give Bournemouth its name.