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The Chesterfield
62 Belgrave Road
Torquay
Devon

TQ2 5HY | View map
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A very warm welcome awaits you at The Chesterfield. This Torquay hotel style, Victorian guest house is situated in Torquay, in the heart of the English Riviera and offers all the comfort you would expect from a 4 star guest accommodation. We are ideally situated with the seafront just a short walk away. From there a leisurely stroll along the promenade will take you to the Marina, Princess Theatre, Living Coasts and many other local amenities and attractions that Torquay has to offer.

In addition to all the usual facilities you would expect from a guest house, we also offer some of the benefits you might expect if booking a hotel in Torquay. Including evening meals, licensed , seated front patio and a guest lounge. All our bedrooms are en-suite and are individually decorated with co-ordinating furniture. Soft white towels and complimentary toiletries are also provided for your comfort. Our large, comfortable lounge is the perfect place to plan your day ahead, unwind with a book, or relax with a drink whilst enjoying the company of new found friends. All meals are freshly prepared and served in our pleasantly decorated dining room, at individual tables.

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Ratings/Awards: VisitBritain 4 Stars

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Double: From £22.50 (low) - £28 (high)
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Licensed
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Thoughout house
Tourist Board Inspected
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