Glendower Hotel

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Glendower Hotel

Glendower Hotel, Torquay

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Accommodation Description:

Possibly the best located BandB in Torquay. Situated in a quiet tree lined road only a 5min walk to the seafront. Recently refurbished and upgraded to 4 diamonds.

Close to the Riviera Sports and Conference Center and Railway station. Rooms are comfortably furnished and classically decorated. All are en-suite with free Internet access.

Hotel features spacious dining room, licensed bar, business facilities and on-site parking facilities. Guests can start their day with a hearty and delicious cooked English breakfast.

 4 star rating

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