Orestone Manor

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Rock House Lane Maidencombe
Torquay
Devon
England
TQ1 4SX

Orestone Manor, Torquay

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Family run friendly and luxurious boutique country house hotel with extensive gardens and sun terrace. Set on the English Riviera with spectacular views over Lyme Bay. 12 individually styled bedrooms all en-suite the majority with sea views and several with private balcony or terrace.

2 AA Rosette restaurant offering sumptuous dining and an excellent range of wines and carefully selected spirits.

 4 star rating

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