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Orestone Manor, Torquay, Devon
Located just outside Torquay, this 14-room manor house sits amongst its own sub-tropical gardens with glorious views across the English Riviera. Boasting a two AA Rosette-awarded restaurant and easy access to the coast and surrounding countryside, this is an excellent base for exploring this pocket of Devon.
Rooms available from £79.20 per night
Located in the charming coastal village of Maidencombe, Orestone Manor is conveniently located a fifteen-minute drive from Torquay. If you're up for a little adventure, a secluded sandy beach awaits at the bottom of a steep hill, which can be reached by foot from the hotel. However, for exploring the surrounding areas, having a car would be recommended.
To get the most out of staying in this area, we reccommend travelling with a car.
By train: Newton Abbot station is a 13-minute drive from the hotel, accessed from London Paddington within 2 hours 30 mins, 1 hour 20 from Bristol, 3 hours from Birmingham. Book trains to Newton Abbot.
By car: The hotel is 4 hours from London, almost 3 hours from Southampton, 1 hour from Taunton and 2 hours 30 mins from Cardiff. There is parking at the hotel.
CHARACTER & STYLE
Behind its conservative and traditional exterior, the hotel surprises with a delightful touch of quirkiness in its interior décor, showcasing a more youthful and playful side. The atmosphere is relaxed and laidback, encouraging guests to fully unwind and savour the moment.
Experience a captivating blend of exquisite cuisine, a laid-back ambience, stylish rooms and breathtaking scenery at this remarkable hotel. The service is consistently reliable and efficient, with attentive oversight from the owning family to uphold their outstanding local reputation.
- Free parking
- Free Wi-Fi
Each room is adorned in its own distinctive style, from the chic glamour of Paris to the captivating influence of William Morris and even the enticing allure of the Burlesque room, there's a room to suit every taste. The spaciousness of the rooms allows for comfortable longer stays, while the tastefully-decorated large bathrooms add a touch of luxury, some of which feature roll-top baths and dual basins.
Room types: Standard, Standard Sea-View, Superior, Deluxe, Suite
Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, TV, hairdryer, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Drawing non-residents from across the county and beyond, the restaurant serves Modern European food. With Brixham Bay just down the road, it would be a crime not to try one of the fresh fish dishes that are a speciality here. The fixed-price menu is good value for food of this quality at £25 for two courses or £28.50 for three.
Restaurant: 2 AA Rosettes, locally-sourced seafood such as Torbay scallops. Closed Tuesdays. Two courses for £25 or three courses for £28.50.