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Charterhouse
Cockington Lane
Torquay
Devon

TQ2 6QT | View map

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The Charterhouse is a charming Edwardian residence oozing character and nestled in sub-tropical gardens, with heated swimming pool and private sun terraces. Situated in the peaceful surroundings of Cockington Valley, with Livermead Beach only 150 yards away and within walking distance of Torquay Station, Harbour and Centre.

For the business traveller we can also now offer Wi-Fi Internet access which is available without charge - please enquire at the time of booking. Large Garden Family room adjacent to swimming pool ideal for families. Well behaved dogs welcome by prior arrangement only.

We are proud to continue to offer delicious home cooked breakfasts sourced from local suppliers and for the vegetarians our blueberry pancakes have become a firm favourite.

Leave your car in our large private car park and stroll along the sea front to the centre of Torquay or let the train take the strain. However, you plan to arrive, you can be assured of a warm and friendly welcome from all of us here at The Charterhouse Hotel.

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