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Hotel Du Vin Poole, Poole

The Quay, Thames Street, Poole, Dorset, BH15 1JN, UK
Hotel Du Vin Poole, Poole Hotel Du Vin Poole, Poole 01305819027 The Quay Thames Street Poole
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  • Free Wifi
  • Lift
  • Pets Allowed
  • Golf in Local Area
  • Public Transport Nearby

Hotel Du Vin Poole is one of the most charming hotels in one of England’s most beautiful seaside towns. Situated just off the historic Quayside in a narrow cobbled street, this boutique hotel offers smart, stylish hotel accommodation and delicious hearty, locally sourced dishes served in the trademark bistro.

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Rooms & Facilities
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  • Free Wifi
  • Lift
  • Pets Allowed
  • Golf in Local Area
  • Public Transport Nearby

Number of Bedrooms: 38

Parking Spaces: 0

Steps into Hotel: 0

Check In Time: 3pm

Check Out Time: 11am

The Hotel Du Vin in Poole was originally built in 1776 as the “Mansion House” and has been lovingly refurbished to the boutique hotel that you see today. The interiors have been designed to reflect its nautical past, keeping original decorative features, whilst adding typical Hotel du Vin panache. Original stone stairs and classical columns greet you, with flickering ship's lanterns lighting the way. Situated just off of Poole’s historic Quayside the Hotel Du Vin is the ideal spot to enjoy a relaxed maritime atmosphere with fresh sea air and bright golden beaches.

Featuring 38 smart and stylish rooms and suites the Hotel Du Vin Poole is the perfect hotel to lay anchor for the night. Each room offers soft Egyptian cotton bed linen, huge custom-made beds, hand-sprung mattresses, fluffy towels and robes, drenching monsoon showers or roll-top baths.

Discover the Bistro Du Vin Poole an elengant and informal setting for lunch and dinner. This bistro restaurant in Poole thrives on great ingredients, inspired by French home-style cooking with robust earthy dishes, slow-cooked foods and British classics, Bistro du Vin's menu has an undeniably distinctive style. The courtyard's sail-like awning invites you to dine under the stars and the Snug with it’s comfy sofas and low beams welcome you for an aperitif, cocktail, or nightcap.

The Hotel Du Vin Poole offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year. Book online today with My Hotel Break.

 

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Bedrooms

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This impressive Georgian style building has 38 timelessly styled bedrooms and stunning suites, lovingly converted into a luxury hotel that retains many of the building’s charming period features.

All of the hotel rooms in Poole feature the most comfortable handsprung mattresses, fine Egyptian linen, deep baths for relaxing and powerful drench showers, plasma TVs and air conditioning. Each room comes with all the little luxuries that you'd expect and are creatively styled with warm colours and texture.

STANDARD DOUBLE
This room holds a Queen size bed with an ensuite bathroom with bath and shower over.

STANDARD DOUBLE SHOWER ONLY
Enjoy a Queen size bed with ensuite bathroom with a walk in shower.

SUPERIOR DOUBLE
A spacious Queen or King size bedroom with an ensuite bathroom with bath and shower over.

DOUBLE TERRACE
A King or Queen size bed, a wonderful little private terrace or garden and an ensuite bathroom with bath and shower over.

DELUXE DOUBLE
Dive into a King size bed with handsprung mattress, this room also has an ensuite bathroom with free standing roll-top bath and monsoon shower.

STUDIO SUITE
An open plan bedroom with King size bed, a lounge area, a free standing roll-top bath, ensuite bathroom and a walk in monsoon shower.

EXECUTIVE SUITE
Thierry Lombard is our executive suite and the largest room in the hotel featuring a private balcony and emperor size bed. There is also a partition separating the bed from the sitting area. In each of these areas there is a large plasma TV. The room also benefits from a large, partly open plan bathroom with twin roll top baths.

 

Bar & Restaurant

tick Outdoor Dining Terrace

The philosophy at Hotel Du Vin Poole restaurant is about serving up dishes that rely heavily on fresh and seasonal produce. It's about enjoying moderately priced à la carte dining in a down-to-earth, warm and relaxing setting. Choose from seasonal great starters, mains, salads and from the grill. And finish with an exquisite dessert.

The exceptional and talented team are always on hand to recommend dishes, suggest wines to match, explain ingredients and ways of cooking and to advise.

As for your beautiful surroundings - think natural daylight, reclaimed dark-stained floorboards, restored fireplaces, framed pictures and paintings, soft lighting and comfortable chairs. This is Bistro du Vin Poole.
If you’re staying with us, you won’t want to miss the Hotel du Vin Breakfast. It’s the perfect start to the day – and sets you up for any challenge.

So much to choose from you'll find a superb selection - at the Country Table, you’ll find freshly squeezed juices, cereals, pastries, fruit, natural yoghurts and crunchy granola. Or try the Cooked Breakfast menu and enjoy British favourites such as boiled eggs and soldiers, kippers or, of course, the Full Breakfast. And you might not resist the continental twist, with the classic crêpes or brioche toast with bacon and maple syrup.

Teas of all kinds and coffees barista style - from Earl Grey to a frothy cap, your morning starts here.

View Sample Breakfast Menu

DINNER IN POOLE

Delve into the à la carte and Fixed Price menus and you’ll find many tasty options for a marvellous one, two or three-course meal. Classic French or modern British, all the dishes have that unmistakable Hotel du Vin flair. And the legendary wine list is ready to provide the perfect partner to your food. Browse at your leisure or let the sommelier recommend. Your evening is complete!

View Sample Prix Fixe Menu
View Sample A La Carte Menu

OPENING TIMES
Breakfast
Mon - Fri: 7.00am - 10.00am
Sat - Sun: 8.00am -11.00am
Bank Holidays: 8.00am - 11.00am

Lunch
Monday to Saturday 12pm to 2.30pm

Sunday lunch
12.30pm to 4.30pm

Dinner
Monday to Thursday and Sunday - 6pm to 9pm
Friday and Saturday - 6pm to 10pm

BAR
The bar at the Hotel Du Vin Poole has an extensive and adventurous array of wines on the menus - a big passion of the hotels. And the bar, lounge, terrace and snug, all offer a wealth of beverages for your enjoyment.
The team are always on hand to give you friendly, knowledgeable advice on wines, spirits and cocktails.

From first thing to late afternoon, the bar at Hotel du Vin Poole provides a relaxed, informal backdrop. For an impromptu breakfast, choose from the popular favourites – like a warm croissant, crispy bacon roll or Eggs Benedict. There’s free wi-fi, so a working breakfast here is a breeze.
Serving morning coffee and tea until noon then the all-day bar menu offers classic and ‘hot stacked’ sandwiches and a scrumptious selection of starters and mains. Why not try the Hotel du Vin burger? For a light or late lunch, you’re in the right place. And later in the day, if you fancy something to nibble, the platters are made for one or to share. Heavenly with a glass of wine.

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OPENING TIMES
Monday to Wednesday - 11am to 11pm
Thursday - 11am to 12am
Friday and Saturday - 10am until late
Sunday - 10am to 11pm

Location & Directions

Directions to Hotel Du Vin in Poole

BY ROAD
From M27 junction 1, follow A31 to Wimborne and then A349 into Poole town centre, follow signs to the Port (A350). Continue on towards the Quay, before Poole Bridge, turn left onto Poole Quay. Take the first turning left onto Thames Street.

PARKING
We have very limited car parking onsite which is on a first come first served basis, we are unable to reserve spaces in advance. We do guarantee residents a parking space during their stay as we have access to two multi-storey car parks, Quay Visitors, which is on Strand Street, Poole, BH15 1SB and High Street Shops which is on Hill Street, Poole, BH15 1NR. Both are less than a five minutes stroll from the hotel.

Guests to pay and display at the machine in the offsite car park.

Guests are more than welcome to drop their luggage at the Hotel before parking their car.

There is a £10.00 charge overnight for parking onsite and charges apply for the above car parks.

**Car parking spaces are not secure and vehicles and their contents left in the car parking facility are at the owner’s sole risk in all respects.

BY AIR
Southampton Airport is approximately 37 miles away which is 60 minutes by car.

BY TRAIN
The train station is approximately 1.5 miles away which is 15 minute walk.

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PARKING
We have very limited car parking onsite which is on a first come first served basis, we are unable to reserve spaces in advance. We do guarantee residents a parking space during their stay as we have access to two multi-storey car parks, Quay Visitors, which is on Strand Street, Poole, BH15 1SB and High Street Shops which is on Hill Street, Poole, BH15 1NR. Both are less than a five minutes stroll from the hotel.

Guests to pay and display at the machine in the offsite car park.

Guests are more than welcome to drop their luggage at the Hotel before parking their car.

There is a £10.00 charge overnight for parking onsite and charges apply for the above car parks.

**Car parking spaces are not secure and vehicles and their contents left in the car parking facility are at the owner’s sole risk in all respects.

Things to See and Do
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tick Climbing

The medieval port town of Poole is situated next to the sea and is full of tourist attractions and activities, such as its famous pottery and National Trust sites including the beautiful Brownsea Island.

These appealing sights also include Poole Harbour and the Sandbanks peninsula, with excellent facilities for boating and water sports - including both windsurfing and jet skiing, a number of highly-acclaimed restaurants and cafés and historic 18-century buildings.

Poole is also one of the most popular areas in the south-west of England for fishing, deep-sea fishing, and coastal walking along the stunning Jurassic Coast. Set just back from the Quayside is the High Street, where a plethora of shopping opportunities present themselves. The Lighthouse Centre for the Arts is a fantastic venue for music acts, Comedians and top dance and drama productions. The Poole Tourist Information Centre (TIC) is also to be found on the High Street.

THE BEACHES
Dorset beaches are amongst some of the finest in England and are often referred to as the 'Florida Keys of British beaches'. There are more than 5 km / 3 miles of golden beaches in Poole, and these are popular with both tourists and locals in the area. Poole Quay is one of the most vibrant areas in the town and has an exciting, friendly vibe. Attractions at the Quay include numerous restaurants, cafés, bars and public houses.

 

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