Thistle Poole

A Hotel in Poole, Dorset

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The Quay
Poole
Dorset
England
BH15 1HD

Thistle Poole, Poole

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Thistle Poole is situated on the quayside and overlooks reputably Europe's largest natural harbour. The hotel is also within easy reach of the vibrant town centre, as well as being a great base for exploring Dorset's vast and varying countryside, the New Forest and local towns. The hotel's facilities include the H V Bar and the Harbour Restaurant which offers excellent standards of cuisine and friendly attentive service in a relaxed, informal atmosphere with stunning views.

3 star rating

From: £42.00

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