Antrobus Hotel - Amesbury51.17201, -1.78259
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best Luxury Hotels in United Kingdom
Antrobus Hotel is a charming 3-star accommodation featuring 21 rooms to stay in.
The hotel lies within 25 minutes' walk of Durrington Walls. The venue is 1 km away from the city center.
Guests can reach Antrobus Hotel by car from NAF airport in 35 minutes.
Individual rooms at Antrobus Hotel are equipped with individual climate control, television with satellite channels, a writing table, an iron with ironing board and a DVD player. Staying at Antrobus Hotel guests can enjoy the garden. In-room self-catering facilities include an electric kettle and coffee/tea makers.
Eat & Drink
The onsite restaurant specializes in local cuisine. Guests can relax in the lounge bar serving refreshing drinks. A variety of dishes are served in Tandoori Nights and New Happy garden, which are 5 minutes’ walk away.
The hotel offers 24-hour front desk, room service and ironing service together with a storage room, a designated place for smoking and a car park for guests' comfort.
Antrobus Hotel provides cribs and a special menu for children.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site at GBP 0.30 per hour.
Number of rooms: 21.
GBP 0.30 per hour
Bar/ Lounge area
- Room service
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- In-room breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- DVDs/ Videos for children
- Children's menu
Spa & Leisure
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- AM/FM alarm clock
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds
1 Double bed
- City landmarks
Not very far from Stonehenge where we heading for. Just a bit over 2 miles away, 5 minutes by taxi or around 40 minutes by walk. Very cozy and large room with bay window was decorated in English style and faced the street with very low traffic. We liked traditional table and chair. There was lcd tv, hairdryer and kettle. Very pleasant to have full-sized bath instead of shower cabin at 2* hotel. Large and perfect comfort double bed. Friendly and helpful personnel helped us order taxi for Stonehenge and gave us an entry door key to let us come in and out at early morning.
Wi-Fi was available only in public areas, however fast and free of charge. Bathroom ventilation was very noisy and combined with main bathroom light, so we need to not turn off main light at all. Happily there was smaller lamp at the bathroom. Breakfast was average: not very good eggs and bacon, however these was fresh, and toasts with marmalade were tasty.
Very nice rooms. Delicious breakfast in a room looking out onto the beautiful garden. We also ate supper there in the evening and the food was great! We stayed in the 'Beatles' room and loved it.
I enjoyed the fact that you had your own key to allow yourself in at any time sadly this did not work but was still a good thought.
Your room did not have hot water when we tried to call or someone to help they was not at all helpfull and did not have anyone to fix it, we was told to run the hot tap in the sink to help the hot water run ! I also did not like that you had to go to get your own tea and coffee as you did not no which one was which and there should have been a more viarety at the breakfast table. I work within a hotel on Park Lane in London so sadly i do know the correct things and take notice of every detail but other than this the staff members should be trained more and more helpful but was a comfortable room.
Standard of rooms compared to price
The staff were very pleasant and helpful once I found someone! The reception was unmanned and I had to queue at the bar in order to arrange a check in. As there was only one person on the bar and she was very busy I eventually wandered down a back hall and found a young lady who then came to the reception. It took about 15 minutes. My daughters room was hot and they were unable to open the window which had been screwed shut and they spent a rather uncomfortable night. I had to pin up the curtains in my room to avoid being woken by early morning light as the curtains were hanging off the rail. The breakfast was good although, again the staff were not in evidence and I had to look for someone to replenish some of the hot food. As I said before, the staff were very kind and accommodating, but I got the impression that the hotel was understaffed and everything just a little tired.
The room wasgrubby ,the bathroom needed a good clean
Friendly staff, great garden, could walk to Stonehenge.
This hotel is ideally placed if you want to get to Stonehenge on the Summer Solstice.
Nice place with so many of the orginal features, but is looking so weary, tired and in need of a face lift! Breakfast was good.
Very convenient for the wedding we attended at church across the road. Pay car park just across from the hotel which the hotel refunded.
Quite expensive (£85) for a rather run down establishment. Our room, No 9, was noisy because of a continuous high pitched hum which may have come from a large fan somewhere close by. Carpets were muddy. Breakfast was as expected but the quality of the bacon, sausages and coffee was not very special.I would not return and would choose a well run B&B next time.
The Staff barely acknowledged us, we had to guess our way around the place and figure out what the procedure was at breakfast and then had to eat breakfast to the sound of a vacuum cleaner just outside the door, the place smelt fusty and our room was down a very narrow corridor with low beams, an accident waiting to happen.
Very convenient for a stop-over to see Stonehenge. Just round the corner from the high street, easy walking access to the town center. The Chinese restaurant across the street was very good. We stayed in the Beatles Room which was a treat.
The large king-size bed was inviting and plenty big, but the mattress was very hard. This room had the squeakiest floors I've ever come across. Breakfast was included, but we missed it because it ends at 9:30. Parking is in the pay carpark across the street - we were given bad advice by reception that parking would be free because we arrived on a bank holiday. We wound up with a £25 parking fine the next morning.
The food was ok, the lounge and the garden are very nice.
There was mold in the bathroom and not all the employees had a friendly attitude.
Good location, in the centre of Amesbury allows us to go into town for a meal and a few drinks. Reasonable value in comparision with other hotels nearby.
Tired appearance of hotel and rooms.
The bed was comfortable and the breakfast good.
The rooms looked a bit tired. Dinner is only served till 20:30. And the wifi is only accessible in and around the reception/bar/dinning room area and not the entire hotel as advertised. But apart from that it's a good hotel.
The staff were very welcoming, helpfull & friendly ideally suited for our purpose
Ideal for visiting stone hendge but it is slightly rurual and not much else near by