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With wonderful views across Tor Bay, The Osborne Hotel has a modern health club, an outdoor pool and leafy sun terrace. The hotel is set in 6 acres of grounds that lead to Meadfoot Beach.The elegant bedrooms are individually decorated, and all have free Wi-Fi access and tea/coffee...
We stayed at this hotel for 3 nights in July as our friend was getting married there.
The hotel itself is lovely, the grounds are beautiful with bright flowers and amazing views of the sea. We didn’t pay for breakfast at the hotel, instead we...More
I live locally and have previously written positive reviews of the hotel and its restaurant. With that in mind I booked a table for four people last Friday evening in the Crescent restaurant. When I made the booking I was asked if it could be...More
The Osborne Hotel is located in a Georgian styled building built on a crescent on the cliff tops, overlooking Torbay (Brixham, Paignton and is situated in Torquay) and comprises of the hotel itself, time-share apartments and apartments. There is a tiered-terrace outdoor restaurant and bar...More
We popped in for a chance breakfast. Not only were we welcomed as if we were paying for the top suite over looking the sea we were also given as much attention as we required. The whole experience was a joy. After tasting the usual...More
Such an amazing hotel with excellent rooms and facilities.
The location is brilliant.
We stayed as a
Couple on business trip and found that this room had everything what we needed.
Breakfast in the morning was great.
All staff were very helpful
Response from pudaloffm | Reviewed this property |
Joyce, you would need to ask the hotel regarding room for disabled with shower. I guess you would mean walk-in showers? Certainly, our room had a shower above the bath. Furthermore, there was an approximately 30mm 'step... More
Joyce, you would need to ask the hotel regarding room for disabled with shower. I guess you would mean walk-in showers? Certainly, our room had a shower above the bath. Furthermore, there was an approximately 30mm 'step' between the room and the en-suite with black/yellow warning tape on the step. Not good I think for those with sight loss or old men like me who frequently go to the bathroom in the night and may have forgotten about the 'step'.
Response from Duck772015 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry but you probably won't get an answer from the hotel. I filled in their comment leaflet and they didn't have the decency to reply after I gave them feed back. I felt the hotel facilities were tired.