Garway Lodge

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

79 Avenue Road
Torquay
Devon
England
TQ2 5LL

Garway Lodge, Torquay

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Stylish accommodation exclusively for Adults, making for a peaceful and quiet night's sleep. Silver 4 star rated and a special Breakfast award recognises exceptional service, ensuring your stay is special. FREE parking and Wi-Fi, ideal for business or leisure guests.

Just relax and enjoy a refreshing night's sleep in superior contemporary rooms, a complimentary tasty breakfast and our friendly yet professional service. Accessible to town centre, seafront, conference centre and Coastal Path. Small Dogs Welcome please phone before booking.

Enjoy a refreshing night's sleep in spacious superior graded rooms and a tasty freshly cooked breakfast. We can take up to 9 people at truly affordable prices - choose from Singles, Doubles or Twin en-suite guest rooms. (ground floor room available as a twin upon request). Exclusively for adults, Garway Lodge offers premier accommodation, outstanding customer satisfaction with quiet efficiency in relaxed surroundings.

Take advantage of the valuable FREE off-road parking and FREE WI-FI and as we are licensed you can enjoy a drink from the small honesty bar and snack bar. Spoil yourself and choose something from our extensive breakfast menu, all included in your stay. Everything is freshly prepared and cooked using locally sourced produce with special diets catered for. Contact us for a tailored Celebration Package an extra special stay. Convenient check in times between 3pm and 8pm (Earlier & later check-ins accommodated by prior arrangement only please, early and late check in will occur a charge). A discerning choice for leisure and business guests, situated on the main road into Torquay and within walking distance of the seafront, town centre with bars and restaurants. Rail station and bus links are both within a 3 minute walk, with courtesy collections available on request.

Small Well Behaved Dogs Welcome, please telephone before booking. Charges are made for Dogs (Per Dog) Garway Lodge is the ideal location for discovering the English Riviera and South Devon’s wonderful coastline, the South West Coastal Path and further beyond to Plymouth, Exeter and Dartmoor.

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