Hotel Gleneagles

A Hotel in Torquay, Devon

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Asheldon Road, Wellswood

Hotel Gleneagles, Torquay

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The highest rated 3 star hotel in Torquay, Hotel Gleneagles has been transformed from a place that inspired the BBC TV Hit series Fawlty Towers into a superb boutique Hotel. A Perfect place for a summer break, it is within walking distance of the Best Beaches in Britain, fabulous town centre and use of fantastic outdoor swimming pool. Overlooking the stunning Lyme Bay, Hotel Gleneagles is situated in a wonderful location where there are many fun things to do for everyone! With 44 modern rooms many with ocean view and balcony, there is nowhere better to relax.

Gourmet cuisine is enhanced by sumptuous designer lounges and an ultra chic poolside area where lunches may be taken al fresco...this really is the jewel in the crown of The English Riviera.

3 star rating

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