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The Antrobus Hotel

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15 Church Street, Amesbury SP4 7EU England
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Built on the site of The Chopping Knife Inn and formerly a vicarage, school for young gentleman and a temperance inn; The Antrobus Arms Hotel is an original listed 17th Century Coaching Inn set in the ancient town of Amesbury a stones throw away from Stonehenge and nearby Salisbury. We have 20 individually styled en-suite rooms, one of which is our Beatles Suite where the fab 4 (The Beatles) stayed while they were filming ‘Help’ on Salisbury Plain. The hotel has also been host to television programmes and films, including being a location for the filming of Agatha Christies ‘Miss Marple’. The hotel is perfectly placed to access a wide variety of attractions – both local and afar. With local bus and rail links running seven days a week, Amesbury is the perfect place to act as a base to explore southern England. Details of the attractions below and others can be obtained from reception. If you’re looking to visit both Salisbury and Stonehenge then we recommend The Stonehenge Tour, which offers a flexible approach to seeing the local area.
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Property amenities
Paid public parking on-site
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Children's television networks
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Baggage storage
Street parking
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Coffee shop
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Kids' meals
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun terrace
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Desk
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Telephone
Bottled water
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Complimentary toiletries
Iron
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Hair dryer
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Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
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Family rooms
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Mid-range
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Navigator783127 wrote a review Yesterday
Without doubt, the most disgusting hotel I have ever stayed in. I ended up checking out a day early due to the poor hygiene standards. From rodent faeces to human hair in my room, dust, dirty carpets and filthy bathroom I would not recommend a stay at this venue.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Andrea wrote a review Yesterday
We arrived at the hotel at 1pm, I had emailed twice to ask what time we could register with no response. I booked a double room with breakfast both days. I was told that on the Sunday we could have a full breakfast however on Monday it would be a continental which we were ok with. On arrival we were told our room wasn't ready as they had 2 staff off due to covid... and were getting ready for a wedding OK! So we said we'd have a sandwich as we'd travelled from East Yorkshire to see family and to commemorate the loss of my Mum, it was her birthday on Sunday. The sandwich was on VERY dry bread but was edible (just). We were told it would be around an hour, after an hour my husband went through to ask as we wanted to freshen up before going to meet our family who live in Amesbury, the chap Steve (I believe) gave him our room key and said it should be ready. So off we toddled up the stairs (which were dusty and dirty, and the hand rail was sticky) only to find that they had only just started.... we sat on chairs at the top if the stairs as I have limited mobility and didn't want to struggle down and then back up the stairs. The very young people changing the room were apologetic. After a further hour we finally got into the room. It was very basic furniture but the bed looked clean, however the skirting boards were half an inch thick of dust! The head board was also very dusty. There was no tea in the room only coffee and the kettle was on the floor. There was no safety mat for the shower and no bath mat to stand on when getting out of the shower either. The bed itself was two beds pushed together and the mattresses were very worn as we could feel the springs. We went and saw our family and made arrangements for the following day arriving back at the hotel around 9.30pm. After an uncomfortable nights sleep we went down to breakfast, there was no room so we were herded into the bar. The girl took our order and said drinks were in the breakfast room. Neil ordered a full English and I asked for poached egg on toast. Neil's breakfast came and mine arrived 2 poached eggs on a plate! I asked Where's my toast? The girl told me to "get it yourself" I was flummoxed...... the eggs should have come on toast and then if I wanted more then definitely I'd get it myself. I couldn't believe her attitude. When we arrived back at the hotel that night again there was no one on reception and the bar was closed (9.30pm) This morning on going to the breakfast room for our continental breakfast we found cereal but no milk, 2 packets of bread but no butter, the toasting machine wasn't turned on and there was only a couple of cups on the side! I rang the reception area as there was again no one around - it transferred to a mobile and I left a msg asking for someone to come and help us out, after another 10 minutes I went to see if anyone was in the kitchen and shouted hello a few times to no avail. On returning to the breakfast room the chap Steve had called me back, he said there wouldn't be anyone there until 10am due to the covid situation, well I'm sorry but I lost it and told him he knew and should've got more staff in or at the very least let us know that we wouldn't be getting anything to eat or drink before setting off for Yorkshire and home. I told him I was NOT happy for all of the reasons detailed above. He said he would take off the cost of breakfast both days and I asked him would my bill be? He didn't know??? He said he'd call me back. He got an 18/20yr old member off staff to ring me who quite frankly was rude and had a terrible attitude. He actually told me they didn't want people like me in their hotel, I was furious to say the least. I eventually agreed to pay for the room and he told me how much it was. I then told him that after he put the phone down he should think about his attitude towards me and the way he had spoken to me as, as it was customers who kept business's in business he should address this. and he hung up!! WELL this is the type of review you get when you treat people the way they have treat us.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Johnny W wrote a review 25 Jul
We were lucky enough to stop off at the Antrobus on the way down to the Isle of Wight and get a table for the Euro Final. Angela and the staff were brilliant, so friendly and helpful. Nothing was too much. Great building, grounds and dog (Reg, champion ice cube chaser!). Will use them as a proper stop off next time instead of the grim hostel we had booked this time. Cheers all.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Cathy A wrote a review Jun 2021
Farnborough, United Kingdom
I stayed here en-route to another destination. This tardis of a grand old house has been converted to a hotel. Conveniently located off the A303 in Amesbury village, close to Stonehenge. We were greeted by a friendly member of staff, who showed us to our spacious, family ensuite room, which comfortably sleeps 4. It has everything you need for an overnight stay. The hotel has an on site Thai restaurant which serves excellent tasty food. They also have a bar menu, which is prepared by same restaurant. You can eat your food in the dog friendly spacious lounge, which overlooks a large splendid garden. Unfortunately, the weather wasn't great, so we couldn't sit outdoors. It's worth a visit if you are in the area. There is a £10 charge for the dog. The car park is located opposite the hotel. We weren't charged for parking during our stay.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Gabbie Ronchetti wrote a review Jun 2021
Amesbury, United Kingdom
we came down for my boyfriends birthday and Angela was working, she was so lovely and welcoming and the night was amazing !! definitely recommend coming here for drinks and a good night , staff are so lovely and made the night the best it could be!!!
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with friends
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PRICE RANGE
US$79 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United KingdomEnglandWiltshireAmesbury
NUMBER OF ROOMS
25
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Antrobus Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to The Antrobus Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Amesbury History Centre (0.03 km), The Abbey Church of St Mary and St Melor (0.07 km), and Kings arms / rubys (0.07 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Antrobus Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at The Antrobus Hotel?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at The Antrobus Hotel?
Yes, paid public parking on-site and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Antrobus Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Piazza, A Date With Thyme, and Tandoori Nights.
Is The Antrobus Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 km away from the centre of Amesbury.
Are pets allowed at The Antrobus Hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does The Antrobus Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.
Are there any historical sites close to The Antrobus Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Woodhenge (2.0 km), Durrington Walls (2.3 km), and The Cuckoo Stone (2.0 km).