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Light fittings in the bathroom broken, light pull cord vile and filthy. The side of the bath has seen better days. 20 watt bulbs so dark when you put them on you might as well read a book in Braille. When switched...More
I recently visited the Antalope hotel only 8 days ago for a long weekend...The location is great, However having been recently taken under new management they were very short staffed in all areas..The staff that were at the hotel all worked very hard to keep...More
When we last went there I recall it being in the Camra Guide, however not sure if it still is but the beer offerings were not as I had hoped for. While the welcome was nice the cleaning of the table before we sat down...More
Just did another weekend in the Antelope in Poole. Have to say not as good as previous. The place is in need of some re decoration, looking quite tired but the room was ok. Bed little lumpy though. Not sure what's going on with the...More
We stayed at The Antelope with friends. The hotel is a little tired in places, the hallways and corridors are a little shabby but the restaurant and bar are lovely.
The weather was incredibly hot and it was also the annual pirate weekend festival, this...More
US$109 - US$171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The car park is almost opposite the front of the hotel - it is a one way street and just before you reach the hotel there is a a gap between the shops on the left hand side - it is quite narrow and easy to miss so go very... More
The car park is almost opposite the front of the hotel - it is a one way street and just before you reach the hotel there is a a gap between the shops on the left hand side - it is quite narrow and easy to miss so go very slow. When you go through the gap just follow it round and you will see the parking spaces - only use the ones marked Antilope Hotel. You will need to get a parking ticket from reception when you book in - it is free.