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Hotels in Torquay

Osborne Hotel
Hesketh Crescent
Meadfoot

Torquay
Devon

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Situated at the centre of an elegant Regency Crescent, the Osborne is arguably the most spectacular and serene location in the South Devon area. The unrivalled and envied location of the Osborne lends itself to relaxation, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Sitting regally within its own six acres of beautifully landscaped grounds overlooking Meadfoot Beach.

Offering a choice of two superb dining options, Langtryメs restaurants offers the highest standards of fine cuisine and service or for a less formal meal enjoy the relaxing and welcoming atmosphere of the Brasserie. During the summer, months light meals and drinks can be enjoyed al fresco on the Terrace, with its panoramic views of Torbay reminiscent of so many a Mediterranean coastal scene you would hardly believe it possible to be only a matter of minutes from the centre of Torquay.

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Nearest Train Station: Torquay
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Ratings/Awards: RAC 4 STAR
Number of Rooms: 33
Number Ensuite: 33

Price per Room:

Double: ᆪ164
Single: ᆪ97
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Name: Langtry's
Chef: Peter Roberts
Awards: RestaurantAwards 3 DINING AWARDS

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