Trelawney Hotel

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48 Belgrave Road

Trelawney Hotel, Torquay

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Non Smoking throughout Trelawney is a warm and friendly award winning Hotel.Close to the Beach, Town Centre, Theatre, Riviera Centre and Railway Station, this luxury hotel has the following features.Four poster room available at a slightly increased rateAll bedrooms are fully En-suite and comfortably furnished with the following . 19 LCD Freeview TVS, hospitality tray, clock radioalarm, telephone and hair dryer in all bedrooms Full English or Continental Breakfast served in our Dining Room Fully Licensed BarLoungeFull central heating and double glazing throughoutHighly Recommended

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