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Harbour Heights
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Poole
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Originally built in the 1920s and transformed into a modern classic, this serene boutique hotel is characterised by contemporary elegance and stunning panoramic views across Poole Harbour. The Harbour Heights Hotel offers a subtle modernity with a classic Rhode Island twist, creating light, fresh interiors that are relaxing and welcoming. The exquisite food in the HarBar Brasserie and the individually commissioned furnishings and artwork make us unique. All 38 rooms have unique appeal and a timeless quality, many overlooking the sea and harbour. The critically acclaimed restaurant, the HarBar Brasserie, offers distinctive and exciting menus, while the bar area has relaxing music, funky furniture and a superb selection of cocktails.
Please note that some of our rooms are effected by noise from our functions at weekends and on other special occasions. Please contact the hotel directly for more detailed information.

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Nearest Train Station: Poole/Bournemouth
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Number of Rooms: 38
Number Ensuite: 38
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Restaurant

Name: Harbar / Hytes Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern English - Asian touch
Chef: Glen Elie / Carl France

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