Thames Street The Quay Poole BH15 1JN 01202 785 570
A fabulous hotel in Poole’s former mansion house. It’s been stylishly converted, retaining its character but with contemporary comforts such as wonderful power showers and plasma TVs. Luxurious but not stuffy, the service is friendly and efficient and the location is great, just back from the quay in a quiet old town street. The bar is cosy in winter, with a roaring fire, and there’s an outside deck in summer. The bistro is lively and buzzy, serving tasty brasserie-style food.
A lovely hotel in the nicest part of Poole. The surrounding area really takes you back to the beginnings of the town - all red-brick houses, gardens and narrow streets, and the hotel itself is a lovely building, beautifully and sensitively restored - particularly like the spectacular entrance hallway. The service is great, as you'd expect for the price, and the restaurant isn't bad either - definitely one of the better choices to stay in Poole.
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