Balmoral Hotel Torquay, the Hidden Gem on the English Riviera
The Balmoral Hotel Torquay has among the most distinctive and unique locations of the numerous hotels and bed and breakfast establishments located in the Torbay area. Positioned in the spectacular and most picturesque conservation area of Meadfoot, you can take in the glorious views of the sea from our extensive sun trapped landscaped gardens or stroll down to relax on the quiet blue flag beach just minutes’ walk away. Benefit from the peacefulness and tranquillity of Torquay’s very best kept secret yet stroll into the town harbour in ten minutes. Visiting the surrounding areas some of the very best attractions of Torquay such as Kent’s cavern, Torre Abbey and living Coasts all well within walking distance.
The Balmoral hotel Torquay is a small family run independent accommodation in Torquay and we have been trading as such for over sixty years. We have firmly established our position as one of the top hotels in Torquay offering a extensive selection of great value holiday breaks and special offers through the whole season. Many of our holiday packages include dining in our restaurant all included in the cost. We pride ourselves on delivering a fantastic holiday experience with a peaceful and informal ambiance.
Our leading Chef’s specialise in preparing top quality French English cuisine with a twist that includes fish purchased direct from Brixham fish market. We only use local family butchers for all our meats. All our vegetables are freshly prepared and where possible sourced from UK.
We currently offer a variety of various bedrooms starting from our quality standard rooms to our more premium as well as also ones overlooking our garden with a sea view. We also provide a variety of various breaks and packages all through the season which includes weekend breaks,midweek breaks,Christmas Breaks & New Year Breaks.
There’s always something happening here in Torbay, from farmers markets to award-winning novelist festivals and everything in between! Here is a quick round-up of whats in store this September: Sublime Symmetry – William De Morgan (1 Sept 2016 – 31 Dec 2016) […]