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18 Newton Road, Torquay, TQ2 5BZ – Show map
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Grounds, Sun Deck
Free! WiFi is available in some hotel rooms and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
1:00 PM - 10:00 PM
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 15 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! All children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are not allowed.
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Overlooking the bay just 200 yards from Tor Abbey beach, The Heritage Hotel in Torquay boasts a lively bar and restaurant with a large south-facing sun terrace.
Score from 410 reviews Very good
Ideally located close to the centre of Torquay, Silverland Hotel acts as a gateway to the English Riviera. Free parking is possible on site, and free WiFi is accessible throughout the hotel.
Score from 80 reviews Wonderful
Located a 2 minute walk from Torquay Beach and a 10-minute walk from downtown Torquay, Rainbow International Hotel features a popular restaurant, indoor swimming pool and live entertainment.
Score from 226 reviews Review score
The Lincombe Hall Hotel, winner of South Devon Hotel of the Year, is located only a few minutes’ walk from Torquay Harbour and Marina.
Score from 336 reviews Wonderful
Couldn't fault anything, it was all fab, comfortable beds, clean room, lovely breakfast in the morning hotel owners were lovely, all round great!
Owners were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was excellent with plenty of choice.
Owner greeted us with a smile every morning and couldn't seem to do enough for us. The rooms were cleaned daily and were comfortable.
There could have been a wider choice offered at breakfast. The hotel wasn't really within walking distance of the harbour as we had small children with us so had to rely on the car. The car parking area was also on a slant and a bit precarious when parking.
Nice hosts, clean, the breakfast was very good.
The welcoming manner the owners gave us very good alround
Tremendous bed and breakfast. Very friendly hosts. Spotlessly clean. Although a 15 minute walk to centre of Torquay, Torre railway station is only 3 minutes away and the bus to Torquay, Paignton and Brixham passes the door. Would go again.
very friendly hosts couldn't do enough for you
climbing the stairs to the rooms
Welcoming, good value, good breakfast and on the bus route to the "front".
Very friendly helpful host, lovely breakfast. Easy access, nice facilities.
The warm welcome. Excellent food, comfortable beds
can't think of anything.
A good breakfast. Nicelt furnished rooms.
Traffic noise. It would not be an issue normally in england but it was unseasonably hot so had to sleep with the small window open
Everything was superb and the owners so friendly and helpful. Would recommend and planning another visit in the future.
Very friendly and welcoming staff.
My room was on the side of a busy road with no double glazing so a bit noisy
Clare & Stuart are the perfect hosts. Rooms are impeccably clean & beds comfortable - it was more like a hotel room than a B&B. Breakfast is comprehensive efficient and a great start to your day. A bus stop is just a few houses away and shops are just a short walk.
Having to leave so soon !
lovely couple with friendly service. looking us very well. thanks Clare and Stuart. Nice to meet you.
Claire & Stuart ate friendly, helpful, & really accommodating. The food is just what we ask for, & our privacy was exactly that; private. They adapted to our needs, & they were always on hand, if we needed anything
No dislikes whatsoever :-)
Really enjoyed my stay, you couldn't do enough for me to make sure everything was ok with my stay :-) Would definitely stay again if in the area - thank you
No evening meals
Everything. Nothing was too much trouble for Stuart and Claire from the time I was welcomed at the front door to the time I was waved off after my stay. Ashwood Grange was better than home from home - I was cosseted, given a good breakfast and slept in a clean and comfortable bed in a delightfully decorated room. All without fuss.
What's not to like about such a charming hotel run by such a pleasant young couple?
Enjoyed my stay very much the host was very friendly the breakfast was lovely too and I will stay there again overall my experience there was excellent I highly recommend it.
The b&b was one if the best I've stayed in, very welcoming and I felt comfortable as a single traveler. The breakfast was delicious and plentiful. Will return.
There was absolutely nothing to fault about the whole place. I'm going to go back to Torquay (this was my first visit) just so I can stay there again!
Stayed on a weekend break to see friends. Ashwood Grange is a lovely old house, and the single room was spacious and comfortable. Decor in keeping with the type of house. Close to Torre railway station and bus routes for non drivers, and a 15 minute walk to the town centre/harbour. Clare was a great host, and supplied a very good breakfast!
Old type TV set, positioned very high on wall, maybe could be updated? Otherwise nothing to dislike!
Very clean. DVD player in room with free DVD borrowing from the lounge.
Not bad for a place that doesn't turn the heat on 'till 8pm in mid-October. Upon arrival, I was greeted by a friendly man, given a key to the front door, and told to "make myself at home" several times. However, there are clearly some rules for the house that are not posted anywhere; if you should unknowingly break a rule, you will be in for a rude surprise. I had an old friend (yes, just a friend) up for a chat (yes, just a chat) at 11am, and we were interrupted by the owners knocking on my door asking for "a word." I was then treated like a teenager sneaking around behind my parents' backs. They asked how long my friend had been there, and when we both replied "about half an hour," the owner pointed his finger at my friend and asked "if I check the CCTV will I see that?!" It was extremely offensive. I felt that not only was I being accused of lying, but also of being, as my mother would say, "a lady of the night." The man then asked if I would be leaving at all for the day, because I hadn't left the day before. Clearly I had broken another rule by being in my room during the day. Hours later, after a fully-clothed lunch out with my friend, I returned to ask if they had checked their cameras to be sure I wasn't lying. I was then regaled with stories of previous guests who had unannounced friends to their rooms, and how dangerous this was, in case there was a fire. I suggested that, as this had happened more than twice, perhaps they should put a sign up or inform guests on arrival of their ask-permission-to-have-friends-over policy. Apparently getting disproportionately angry and being nasty to paying guests and their friends was a preferable method to informing guests of the rules ahead of time, because the lady's response was that she had too much to keep up with in regards to fire and health & safety regulations to put up a sign. The spirit of Basil Fawlty lives on.
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