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Carlton Court Hotel
18 Cleveland Road

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This luxury, detached Victorian villa with beautiful private gardens, is set in a peaceful part of Torquay, a short walk from Torquay's conference centre and Abbey Sands beach, the harbour and town centre. Carlton Court has undergone a substantial transformation over the past 6 months which gave them a prestigious ‘5-star Guest Accommodation’ award from Visit Britain - one of the very few to be awarded 5 stars in Torquay. The award reflects exceptional standards of quality in the accommodation, hospitality, facilities and service. Nearby are the Torquay Riviera Conference Centre, the sports centre with indoor swimming pools, and Torre Abbey with its beautiful gardens, including pitch and putt, tennis and bowls. The beautiful thatched village of Cockington is only a mile from the hotel, with its attractive lakes and gardens

Please note that The Carlton Court is entirely non-smoking, does not cater for children or pets.
Accommodation is normally available by 13.00. Early arrivals may use facilities and leave luggage with reception and their car in the car park. Rooms are to be vacated by 10:30. Luggage may be left with reception. Breakfast is served from 08.30 to 09.30 (earlier if requested the night before).

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