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B and Bs in Torquay

Grosvenor House
Falkland Road
Torquay
Devon

TQ2 5JP | View map
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WHY NOT BOOK OUR NEW SUPERIOR ROOMS, LUXURY SUPERKING OR 2 LUXURY 3FT BEDS, 22in DIGITAL FLAT SCREEN PLUS RANGE OF OTHER EXTRAS. This Guest House is situated in probably the best position for easy access to the beach, town and Riviera Conference Centre by foot, yet is in a quiet but central location with the gates to Torre Abbey just along the road. There is a bus stop nearby to take those less able to walk to the town and harbour from where, buses go to all local destinations. Grosvenor House is run by a Christian couple, Nigel and Angela Pearce who have over 20 years experience in running a Guest House in Torquay. We are one of the few Guest Houses to still provide our guests with the opportunity to book evening meals. All our rooms have been refurbished and are equipped with new flat screen digital TV and complimentary beverage tray for tea, coffee and hot chocolate. We have a car park for seven cars at the front of the Guest House. We are here to ensure your stay in Torquay is an enjoyable one. At breakfast you have a wide choice to ensure you are well set up for the day, cereal, fruit juice and yogurts to start followed by a cooked breakfast, Full English, Eggs on toast, Croissants to name a few. We operate no smoking policy. We do not accept hen or stag parties and do not take Internet bookings for any other groups.

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