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Grosvenor House is a charming husband and wife run licensed guest house, situated in a quiet but central Torquay location, just behind the newly restored Torre Abbey, in the stunning English Riviera on the beautiful South Devon coast. From the many Guest Houses, Hotels and B&B accommodation in Torquay, we are in one of the best positions as a base to see Torquay and the English Riviera.
Just 400 metres from the Riviera International Conference Centre, we are especially well located for those guests attending one of the many conferences, events or seminars. And for those of you solely here on business, free Wi-Fi is available throughout.
Grosvenor House is within easy walking distance of the beach, town centre, Princess Theatre, and Torquay Harbour, with a picturesque marina. Buses stop outside and Torquay Station is also very close by.
Nearby attractions include the thatched cottage village of Cockington, and Greenway House, Agatha Christie’s home.
If it is walking that you enjoy, Grosvenor House is ideally placed for many varied walks along the South West Coastal Path, or inland on Dartmoor and in the South Hams.
Your hosts, Paula and Ray continue to receive outstanding reviews for our warm hospitality, cleanliness, comfort and cuisine. It means we have the pleasure of welcoming back our guests time and time again, indeed many are now firm friends.
Our aim is to make your stay as pleasurable as possible, whether here on business, visiting family or friends, on a romantic break, or in Torquay to enjoy the stunning sights, sounds and attractions, the Riviera has to offer.
All of our rooms are en-suite with showers, have digital freeview TV, complimentary beverage tray and welcome toiletries. Free Wi-Fi is also available throughout. We have a number of room configurations including double (also for single occupancy), king, superking/twin and superior rooms, as well as rooms which will accommodate a family of 3 or 4, so whatever your party size, we aim to meet your requirements.
Our licensed bar offers an opportunity to meet friends old and new, and enjoy our range of local bottled ales and cider, lagers, a selection of wines, popular spirits, with or without a mixer. Teas, coffees and soft drinks are, of course, also available. Why not enjoy your drink on our sun-trap patio.
We also have a separate lounge with large screen TV and a selection of games/quizzes for all ages, and a small selection of books, including many by local author, Agatha Christie.
Breakfast is served in our comfortable dining room, and offers a selection of cereals, porridge, fruits and juices and yoghurts. A full cooked selection is always available, including traditional ‘Full English’ plus any combination of items, with special orders also available. Why not finish off with some toast and preserves, and to drink a selection of fine teas and coffees.
If you are celebrating a birthday, anniversary or other special occasion, why not bring the whole family, and let us help make your celebration. We can organise anything from champagne or chocolates in your room, to helping you plan a whole weekend of activities. Just give us a call to discuss your requirements.
All in all, we think you’ll find Grosvenor House a welcoming and comfortable base to explore the local attractions, both natural and man-made, and we look forward to welcoming you to the beautiful, sunny, Riviera.
Paula & Ray
|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Double room||from £65.00 to £80.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Family room for 4||from £105.00 to £120.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|King Room||from £67.00 to £82.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Superior Superking / Twin room||from £76.00 to £90.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Superking / Twin room||from £72.00 to £85.00 per room (breakfast included)|
|Superking also available as family of 3 room||from £95.00 to £110.00 per room (breakfast included)|
*(Above based on 2 sharing – discount for single occupancy)
From north, east or west, pick up the M5 southboud (Plymouth, Torquay Okehampton). Continue onto the A38 for approximately 2.5 miles and then follow the A380 towards Torquay for 10 miles. At the roundabout (Newton Abbot) take the second exit and continue on the A380. After 3 miles at the roundabout, bear left (first exit) onto the A3022 Riviera Way. At Torre Station/ Halfords, bear slightly right (right lane at traffic lights) onto Avenue Road. At the second set of lights you will have Torre Abbey gates ahead and to your left. Turn Sharp left at the lights onto Falkland Road. Grosvenor House is at the top of the hill on the left.
From South and West via Plymouth. Follow the A38 from Plymouth. At Carkeel Roundabout, stay on the A38 (partial toll road) for about 22 miles. Take the slip towards Dartmouth/ Dartington/ Totnes and at the roundabout take the first exit onto the A385. Second exit at three roundabouts and then bear left onto Totnes Road. At the roundabout second exit into Marldon Way. Final roundabout first exit into Shiphay Avenue and continue onto Shiphay Lane. At lights turn right into Newton Road. At Torre Station/ Halfords, bear slightly right (right lane at traffic lights) onto Avenue Road. At the second set of lights you will have Torre Abbey gates ahead and to your left. Turn sharp left at the lights onto Falkland Road. Grosvenor House is at the top of the hill on the left.
Grosvenor House is only about half a mile from Torquay station, and whilst you can walk, the second half of Falkland Road is quite steep, if you have heavy luggage. Taxis are readily available at the station, or if it is not out busy time of day, we may be able to pick you up, or drop you off as a courtsey.
The coach station is a little further away in Lymington Road, but once again taxis are available, or we may be able to arrange a courtsey pick up.
Bus route 32 operates a regular service to and from Torquay Town Centre, and stops right by Grosvenor House.
Board Games Fest Weekend
With a maximum of 20 guests at each event, “gamers" can enjoy our friendly and relaxed atmosphere, and whatever your level of gaming, there’s plenty of hints, tips, help and teaching, to get you playing anything that takes your fancy. Guests are encouraged to bring a game or two of their own along, to share their personal favourites. Future GamesFest dates are 26-28 November 2021, 18-20 February, 18-20 March and 22-24 April 22. Two nights B&B costs £148 per double room (£110 single). The gaming ticket is £50 per person for all gaming, dinner on Friday and Saturday, Saturday lunch and tea/coffee and biscuits throughout. Visit grosvenorhousehotel.co.uk/gamesfest or call us on 01803 294110 and come and play!
Visitors will be able to redeem this special offer between 01/11/2021 and 26/02/2022
Offer link: Visit Devon - Attraction & Activity Offers
|Season (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
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