Torcroft

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Reviews of Torcroft Hotel, Torquay

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Review by Michael on 30th July, 2009

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Good Points: food was good, Hotel was clean Bad Points: Not happy with the room, we did not get the room we booked. It looked like it was saved for someone who was a regular stayer at the hotel! The hotel bar closed at 10.00 pm! General review: Only used the hotel as a place to sleep.

Date visited: 2009-07-30

Review by Karen on 5th September, 2007

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I stayed in this hotel with my mother in August 2007. We was attracted to this hotel because the rooms looked spacious on the internet. On arrival we found that are room was nothing like the one advertised, but instead a small room at the side of the hotel facing a wall. There was a tv which was perched so high up the wall it was barely watchable, and the shower room was tiny. during our stay at the Torcroft our towels were not changed at all and the room was so hot we eventually had to check out.

Date visited: 26.08.2007

Review by NIA, CILGERRAN on 4th July, 2006

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Good Points: Clean, spacious, beautiful room. Welcoming hosts Lovely relaxed atmosphere Bad Points: Nothing at all. It was all we hoped for, and more General Review: The hotel in general, and our room was fabulous, extremely clean and comfortable. The hosts were very welcoming and our stay felt like we were home from home. The breakfast served was very generous and extremely delicious, and at no time did we feel rushed (as in many other establishments).We had a beautiful balcony room which was spacious, airy and extremely comfortable, which helped make or break very enjoyable.

Date visited: 2006-07-04

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