The Norwood

Guest House in Torquay, Devon

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The Norwood, 60 Belgrave Road
Torquay
Devon
England
TQ2 5HY

The Norwood, Torquay

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The Norwood is ideally situated in the heart of Torquay. It is just a few minutes walk from the town centre, beach, Torre Abbey, the Riviera Conference Centre and all local attractions.

The Norwood is set in the heart of Torquay. Situated in the popular Belgravia area of this attractive English Riviera resort, we are just a stroll from the seafront, town centre, Riviera Conference Centre and all local attractions. We pride ourselves on living up to our 4 Star Guest Accommodation rating, providing the comfort, amenities and hospitality we hope will compliment your stay in Torbay.

We provide a quality holiday experience by focussing on old-fashioned hospitality, clean, comfortable rooms and beautifully presented, home-cooked food. Our aim is to give our guests space to relax, whilst being on hand to assist. Our bedrooms are tastefully decorated with an air of spacious elegance.

All rooms are en-suite and benefit from central heating, remote controlled colour TV, Freeview TV, alarm clock/radio, hair dryer, welcome tray and complimentary toiletries. For a hint of luxury, a delexe four poster room with a king-sized bed is available. Our dinning room is comfortable and relaxing and each room has its own table.

There is an excellent choice of breakfast from traditional Full English to a lighter option. A hearty three-course dinner is available by prior arrangement in the evening. Where possible all food is locally sourced.

We are happy to cater for special dietry needs. We also stock a range of wines, beers and spirits.

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A plot to kill Elizabeth I, gain support for a Spanish invasion, and free Mary, Queen of Scots from captivity



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30 September, 1399

Henry IV declares himself king of England

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