Dining

The English or Continental breakfast is freshly prepared to order.

A full selection of croissants, cold hams, breakfast cheese, poached or scrambled eggs, slices of smoked salmon, cereals, yoghurt and fruit are available. Everything is of the highest quality. The excellent bacon and sausages are from the local butcher and the eggs supplied by a local farm. We also have a wide choice for vegetarians.

The high quality of the breakfast is reflected in glowing comments from our guests. For business guests and conference delegates an early breakfast is available upon request.





Dining Out in Gastronomic Torbay

After enjoying our beautiful region during the day, it is time to park the car and walk into town for dinner.

We co-operate closely with a number of venues where excellent food can be enjoyed to suit most tastes and budgets. 'The Hole in the Wall', a splendid gastro pub and restaurant built in 1540 offers excellent fresh meat and fish dishes, and live Sixties music three times a week. Apart from excellent food, there are some wonderful real ales from microbreweries including Spitfire, Doom Bar and Bombardier.

The 'Number 7' bistro is the best fish restaurant in town. In season, the oysters are from Teignmouth, or Exmouth, the mussels from Brixham. Much of the fish is locally caught. The 'Orange Tree' is for fine dining within intimate surroundings.

Torquay boasts a Michelin Star restaurant with Three Rosettes. The Elephant Restaurant & Brasserie is a wonderful venue for some of Britain's best food. Whether you wish to enjoy the ultimate Michelin Star experience or The Room with views over the Bay, or the Brasserie with friendly prices, the Elephant will not disappoint.

Prezzo is Torquay's Italian grand caf´┐Ż restaurant offering great value, and London ambience within the rather pleasant surroundings of the former Lloyd's Bank building. Good food, very inexpensive. The Spice Club is for people who like contemporary Indian cuisine. Bianco's for traditional Italian food. The Drum Inn at Cockington, designed by Sir Edwin Lutyen is a traditional inn surrounded by glorious countryside. The Court House, also at Cockington offers much organic produce and for lovers of Devon Cream Teas, there is none better!

In Dartmouth The Cherub is an exceedingly old pub serving very good food and the locally brewed Cherub Ale. Dartmouth is perfect for lovers of speciality shops and art. Dartmouth can be reached by ferry or by road via Totnes.

We will be delighted to make reservations at any of the above venues, which are just a selection of the fine eateries available in the area. Full information is available on arrival.


Number 7 Fish Bistro

New Angel Restaurant

The Elephant Bar & Restaurant


Orange Tree Restaurant

Prezzo Italian Restaurant