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Seapoint Hotel
Old Torwood Road
Torquay
Devon

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The Seapoint Hotel is a lovely Victorian Grade II listed licensed building. Originally commissioned for the Admiralty in 1860 for Sea Captains and their families , still retaining many period features, including a grand sweeping staircase and original fireplaces in most rooms. Dave and Kim invite you to relax and unwind in these lovely surroundings set in a quiet and convenient location just 10 mins walk to the harbour. We provide an ideal base to explore the many delights and local attractions that the English Riviera has to offer. For centuries a popular destination for coastal holidays, Torquay was the birthplace and home of internationally- renowned crime writer Agatha Christie, and is steeped in history, from the awe-inspiring caves of Kent's Cavern, to the World War II slipways at Beacon Quay. With so much culture, history, and an amazing nine beaches to choose from, Devon's Torquay really is the perfect place to relax on holiday.

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