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The Somerville
515 Babbacombe Rd
Torquay
Devon

TQ1 1HJ | View map
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The Somerville has undergone a massive programme of refurbishment over the last few years, resulting in guest accommodation with a real boutique-hotel feel. Centrally located, the Somerville is close to the harbour, town centre, beaches and places of entertainment. All guests are offered free parking in the hotel's own car park. The Somerville is ideal for couples wanting a relaxing break and for business people who seek to avoid bland corporate accommodation. Antiques sit alongside modern amenities in the hotel's light, bright, fresh decor.

The Somerville has 10 bedrooms, all of which have been subject to substantial refurbishment. The aim has been to create a hotel with a real boutique feel that redefines seaside chic. All of the rooms have been individually designed to maximise the comfort of our guests. Antiques, original art work and rich, soft furnishings all combine to produce a very original, small establishment.

The Somerville is ideal for couples and families seeking a relaxing break. Great attention has been paid to detail, with the aim of providing a real taste of luxury at an affordable price. For leisure visitors, breakfast service is extended at the weekend to ensure a more leisurely start to the day.

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