Tusker Lodge Hotel

Guest Accommodation in Torquay, Devon

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533 Babbacombe Road

Tusker Lodge Hotel, Torquay

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Tusker Lodge is in a superb location, with a pretty sun-terrace, overlooking Torwood Gardens. It is only 400 metres from the harbour, numerous restaurants and pubs, the strand, shops and theatre and close to the beach and seafront. Within walking distance is the coastal path, which leads to Beacon Cove, Meadfoot, Hope Cove, Ansteys Cove, Babbacombe Beach and Oddicombe Beach.

The Natural History Museum is almost adjacent to the hotel and Torbay's famous Model Village is at the other end of Babbacombe Road, just a short bus ride away. Tusker Lodge is a small family run hotel, offering guests a friendly and informal atmosphere.

 3 star rating

From: £40.00

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