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Ashwood Grange Hotel
18 Newton Road
Torquay
Devon

TQ2 5BZ | View map

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The Ashwood Grange Hotel is a delightful Victorian Villa built in 1870 as a Gentleman's residence. Our guests' comfort is of utmost importance to the Hotel which is why it is furnished to suit your requirements. Your Resident Hosts Mandy & Gary take pleasure in welcoming both business guests and holidaymakers to Ashwood Grange doing all they can to make you feel at home.
All bedrooms are tastefully decorated and very comfortable. There are 8 en-suite including four family rooms. One room is situated on the ground floor.
The Ashwood Grange bedrooms are all fully centrally heated with beverage making facilities, shaver points and colour TV.
The secluded South facing rear garden, which is illuminated at night, can be viewed from the patio or sun terrace, where it is a real pleasure to sit back, relax an enjoy a long, cool drink.

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