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Salterns Harbourside Hotel
38 Salterns Way, Lilliput, Poole, Dorset BH14 8JR
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On the edge of the marina in Poole, this hotel offers an enviable position from which to enjoy this charming seaside town and get to know the south coast of England. The rooms are all fitted with an extensive range of modern amenities that include television, private bathroom and tea and coffee making facilities. The staff is friendly and courteous, happy to help with any requirements.

Tariff from 52 per room per night

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The hotel was welcoming and staff were excellent. However, the room we were allocated was close to an extraction unit which ran all night and disturbed sleep constantly. We revisited several places we had been before, so we knew what to expect. Nothing had changed, either for worse or better! except we decided to go to Weymouth on the day before the carnival, and it was far too busy and noisy for us. Very exciting for chidren and youngsters, but not our scene. Must remember to avoid that week another time. We had some good food and pleasant service, and can thoroughly recommend the Red Lion in Poole. Do not be put off by the first glimpse of it. When you go round to park and go inside, it is modern and stylish. The food was excellent, with just enough difference to make it an adventure. Will definitely go again.
Fantastic view from our bedroom (which was huge and had panoramic windows) across the bay to Brownsea Island. Breakfast a little disappointing on day 1, but much better the next day. We booked to have the seafood themed dinner on the first evening, which turned out to be very disappointing, particularly the main course. You may find better eating out locally. We decided to have dinner at the hotel - there didn't seem to be anywhere else locally without getting the car out anyway - and the food was very nice and reasonably priced. Sadly the breakfast next morning was luke warm, greasy and there was little choice by the time we went in at around 9am, even though breakfast continued until 10am. Overall, a reasonable break though.
In spite of poor weather we found plenty to do. Visit to Monkey World was delightful and easy to find.Tank Museum was undergoing building works and we were not able to see it at it's best but I am sure the improvements will be worth it. Hotel was very good and we even had a fourposter bed!!Food was well prepared and the service was excellent
A must vist would be Mudeford quay have a crab sandwich in the pub or enjoy one of their many meals, walk along to the beach and a must for the kids would be to go crabbing
When we arrived in Poole we were supprised how busy it was for the time of year. The hotel was right on the marina and we had a terrific view from our room. Although we only had one night it was a great way to spend our anniversary.We had an excellant sunday lunch in the restarant. then a night out at the cinema , a walk , and in the morning we had a great breakfast, and then a leasurly trip home. It was a last minute booking and i found your listing by accident, and it was a very lucky accident and i will certinly use you again. Many thanks.


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