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Ascot House Hotel
7 Tor Church Road

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Set in an impressive early Victorian villa, Ascot House is a family-run hotel which has recently been acquired by Janice and Bernard, an Anglo-French couple. The hotel has private, off-road parking and is most conveniently situated within a few minutes walking distance of Torquay’s Town Centre, sea front, marina and the Riviera Conference Centre. All rooms have en-suite facilities, hospitality trays, colour TVs and wifi and, reflecting our respective nationalities, are furnished in either a French period style or with traditional Victorian furniture. Children are most welcome at Ascot House (see tariff for reduced rates) and a cot and high chair are available on request. The Anglo-French theme has also been extended to our extensive breakfast menu which includes fresh fruit, cheeses, speciality meats, delicious baked goods and continental breads with home made preserves - in addition to our cooked-to-order traditional English breakfast using quality produce – all served in our sunny, spacious dining room! We pride ourselves on ensuring a warm, welcoming atmosphere, comfortable accommodation, top class food and excellent value for money and we look forward to ensuring that your stay is a highly enjoyable one. Kind regards, Janice and Bernard.

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