BOOK TORQUAY HOTELS

Featured Destination

October 2017: Starry Starry Night, Look You – Dark Skies Tourism

What do the Brecon Beacons, NambiRand Reserve in Namibia, Mont Megantic in Quebec, and Aoraki Mackenzie in New Zealand have in common? At first glance ...More
More Uk destinations

B and Bs in Torquay

Haytor Hotel
Meadfoot Rd
Torquay
Devon

TQ1 2JP | View map

Write a review
update this listing
Book Now

More Information

The Haytor Hotel is an elegant Victorian hotel set in its own mature gardens, all rooms having undergone total refurbishment in 2008. The hotel is ideally located, being only 300 metres from the Torquay's harbour and only a short walk from the award-winning Meadfoot Beach. With ample parking in the level car park, you can leave your car behind and explore Torquay at your leisure. The hotel aims to provide stylish, clean and comfortable accommodation, together with 21st century facilities such as digital TV in all rooms and free internet access (either via a wireless / WiFi connection to your laptop or by using our dedicated guest terminal in the bar lounge). Ample full English or room service continental breakfasts are included. The hotel is non-smoking and does not have facilities to cater for children under twelve. Please also note that there is a minimum stay of two nights most weekends.

Travel Help

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Book a Taxi

Facilities

Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
TV in Rooms
Garden

local taxis | local restaurants | local pubs

This page viewed on 3,587 occasions since Oct 16th 2005

Brit Quote:
Ask the right questions if you're to find the right answers. - Vanessa Redgrave
More Quotes

On this day:
Great London Tornado - 1091, Battle of Fornham - 1173, Battle of Neville Cross - 1346, Regicides Executed - 1660, London Beer Flood - 1814, 1st Professional Golf Tournament - 1860, First Motoring Offences in Britain - 1895, First Full-Scale British Air-raid - 1917, World’s First Fully Commercial Nuclear Power Plant Opened - 1956, Hatfield Rail Crash - 2000
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages