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The Somerville

Hotels & Resorts
Majority of guests: completely mixed
 
Very popular venue The Somerville
 (Branch of business: Hotels & Resorts)
Address 515 Babbacombe Road
TQ1 1HJ Torquay
South West, United Kingdom
 
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The Somerville
The five star gold award winning Somerville in Torquay offers luxurious boutique hotel style guest accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis in the jewel in the crown of the English Riviera. The Somerville is Ideally situated in a quite location within minutes of the town centre with its own private car park.

Details about Accommodation
Type: Hotel
Category: ***** Luxury
Features: Bath / shower in bedroom
TV in room
Room with balcony
Bar
Tenancy ... for all
Parking facilities: Car parking space available

Breakfast
Breakfast: English breakfast (eggs with bacon etc.)
Details about breakfast: A continental and Full English breakfast is offered with extended hours at weekends as well as room service continental.
Breakfast time: 0800 to 1000 o'clock

Rates
Single rooms: 60.00 £
Double rooms: 75.00 £
Luxury rooms: 85.00 £
Suite: 110.00 £
Credit cards: VISA
American Express
Master Card
Maestro (EC-Card)

Rules of the House
May guests receive visitors? Yes
Pet policy: Pets not allowed

Travel Connections
  Bus station
Railway station
  The hotel is located in the centre of town and a five minute car ride to the station.

Further details
Check-in time: 2 o'clock
Check-out time: 11 o'clock
We speak: English
French
Nearby attractions: The town's sophisticated style stems from its rich history as a Victorian seaside getaway and the resort is famed for its white Victorian villas and palm lined promenade. The waterfront is the focus of life in the town which is only a five minute walk away with its vibrant harbour and international marina.
Description of surroundings: The somerville has undergone a massive programme of refurbishment in recent years to create a modern, stylish establishment with a classic twist. Beautiful antiques, original artwork and quality soft furnishings combine to offer a real feel of real luxury.

Unusually for a town centre establishment, the Somerville is able to offer free parking to all its guests. This makes it an ideal place to stay for those who wish to leave their car behind and enjoy Torquay on foot or for those who wish to use it as a base from which to explore other parts of Devon.
Description of the entrance: The somerville is a detached victorian villa set within a conservation area of Torquay.
Cancellation policy: All bookings require the first nights accommodation charge as a deposit which is refundable if 7 days or more notice is given.
Nearest major airport: Exeter Airport

Contact Details
  The Somerville
Address 515 Babbacombe Road
TQ1 1HJ Torquay
South West, United Kingdom
Website: http://www.somervillehotel.co.uk
Languages of the website: German
English
Spanish/Catalan
French
Italian

Contact Person
Name: Mr. Grant Chapman
E-Mail: stay@somervillehotel.co.uk
Phone: 01803 294755



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