Clifton Grove Hotel

A Historic B&B in Torbay, Devon

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

4 Clifton Grove, Old Torwood Road

Clifton Grove Hotel, Torbay
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Accommodation Description:

The Clifton Grove is a grade 2 listed building built in the 19th century by the Admiralty for their Captain's families. Ideally situated between Torquay Harbour and Babbacombe Downs home of the clifftop railway. We are just 10 minutes stroll to the harbour, seafront and the towns many other attractions.

Our family run licensed hotel is open all year round and has the added benefit of limited car parking on-site. We offer a friendly relaxed atmosphere for couples, families and the business traveller. The hotel has a range of bedrooms from singles to family rooms all furnished to a high standard.

All bedrooms are equipped with colour television, hairdryers, alarm clock, and tea and coffee making facilities.You are welcome to relax in our guests lounge with a 42" television complete with Freeview channels or watch a selection of DVDs. Maybe a game of pool is more to your liking or relaxing with a drink at our residents bar. We do not offer evening meals but we have a range of bar meals available from 6:30pm to 9:00pm daily.

Our Breakfast menu consists of choice of cereal, toast, fruit juice and a full English breakfast at individual tables in our attractive Dining Room.We are a non smoking hotel but use of the Beer garden is available for smokers if you wish to use it.

3 star rating

From: £25.00

Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Ironing board
Colour television
Alarm clock

Non-smoking (throughout)
Ironing facilities
DVD/Video/Games rental

On-site parking
Off-site parking
Free parking

Business Facilities

Dining Facilities
Bar meals are available from 6.30pm to 9.30pm We have a small beer garden where you are welcome to sit and enjoy your drinks. Breakfast is optional at ᆪ5.00 per person per day (ᆪ2.50 Children age 5 and over)

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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