Best Western Livermead Cliff Hotel

Best Western Livermead Cliff Hotel
Seafront
Torquay, Devon, GB

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The Best Western Livermead Cliff is situated in a peaceful garden at the water's edge, with direct private access to the sea. Family owned and operated, with the assistance of a friendly and welcoming staff, renowned for our excellent regional and international cuisine. It would be difficult to find a more pleasant location and atmosphere for a family holiday, a few days break or just an overnight business trip. The Best Western Livermead Cliff is tastefully and comfortably appointed while offering all the advantages of secluded, direct access to the sea, yet close to the renowned bright lights of Torquay. A few miles away and you are in Devon's beautiful countryside. Whether you prefer a relaxing holiday or a more active one, you will find our amenities and personal service tailored to your needs. So why not join us at one of England's best resort hotels?

Area Attractions

Restaurant:
On Premises: * Cliff View Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner serving traditional English and French cuisine. * Cocktail Bar serves cocktails, a worldwide selection of fine wines, beers and beverages.
Nearby Cities:
* 3 mile(s) from Paignton * 7 mile(s) from Newton Abbot * 9 mile(s) from Totnes * 14 mile(s) from Ashburton * 22 mile(s) from Exeter * 45 mile(s) from Plymouth
Local Attractions:
* Beach * Tennis * Fishing * Golf * 3 mile(s) from Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Railway Paignton line is the holiday line with steam trains running for seven miles in Great Western tradition along the spectacular Torbay coast to Churston and through the wooded slopes bordering the Dart estuary to Kingswear. The scenery is superb, with seascapes right across Lyme Bay to Portland Bill, with its fascinating craft and on the far side, the Old World town of Dartmouth and the famous Britannia Royal Naval College, Butterwalk, Bayard's Cove and Dartmouth Castle.* 4 mile(s) from Compton Castle Originally built in 14th century, Compton Castle is a fortified manor house. It was the home of the Gilbert family, note particularly Sir Humphrey Gilbert 1539 to 1583 who was a half brother to Sir Walter Raleigh. The house is now occupied and managed by members of the Gilbert family for the National Trust. A bit of a fairy tale castle, with great hall, battlements, towers, stone courtyard, minstrel's gallery* 4 mile(s) from Paignton Zoo Our recently completed redevelopment program has transformed the zoo into a unique 75-acre environmental park, featuring, plants and over 70 threatened species of exotic animals and some of the world's threatened habitats. Some of our zookeepers at the zoo have starred alongside their animals in a BBC fly on the wall documentary The Zoo Keepers.* 5 mile(s) from Tuckers & Maltings England's only working Malthouse open to the public and probably England's best guided tour. Tuckers & Malting make malt for over 30 West Country breweries, during your visit you can smell the sweet aromas and feel the heat from the kilns you could even become a maltster and have a go at ploughing the grain* 9 mile(s) from Dartmouth Castle This castle was originally built in the 14th century to protect Dartmouth from invasion. The view of the castle is magnificent, as it juts out into the narrow entrance to the dart estuary, with the sea lapping at it's foot, the castle can be seen on the Paignton & Dartmouth steam railway line journey.* 10 mile(s) from Woodlands Leisure Park If you are looking for a big day out this is the one stop for fun, that the whole family can enjoy. The park is set in 60-acres of glorious woods and gardens, which you can stroll around at your own leisure. But if your looking for something with a bit more action then there are plenty of rides and animals to experience, which means that there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Local Attractions:
* Beach * Tennis * Fishing * Golf * 3 mile(s) from Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Railway Paignton line is the holiday line with steam trains running for seven miles in Great Western tradition along the spectacular Torbay coast to Churston and through the wooded slopes bordering the Dart estuary to Kingswear. The scenery is superb, with seascapes right across Lyme Bay to Portland Bill, with its fascinating craft and on the far side, the Old World town of Dartmouth and the famous Britannia Royal Naval College, Butterwalk, Bayard's Cove and Dartmouth Castle.* 4 mile(s) from Compton Castle Originally built in 14th century, Compton Castle is a fortified manor house. It was the home of the Gilbert family, note particularly Sir Humphrey Gilbert 1539 to 1583 who was a half brother to Sir Walter Raleigh. The house is now occupied and managed by members of the Gilbert family for the National Trust. A bit of a fairy tale castle, with great hall, battlements, towers, stone courtyard, minstrel's gallery* 4 mile(s) from Paignton Zoo Our recently completed redevelopment program has transformed the zoo into a unique 75-acre environmental park, featuring, plants and over 70 threatened species of exotic animals and some of the world's threatened habitats. Some of our zookeepers at the zoo have starred alongside their animals in a BBC fly on the wall documentary The Zoo Keepers.* 5 mile(s) from Tuckers & Maltings England's only working Malthouse open to the public and probably England's best guided tour. Tuckers & Malting make malt for over 30 West Country breweries, during your visit you can smell the sweet aromas and feel the heat from the kilns you could even become a maltster and have a go at ploughing the grain* 9 mile(s) from Dartmouth Castle This castle was originally built in the 14th century to protect Dartmouth from invasion. The view of the castle is magnificent, as it juts out into the narrow entrance to the dart estuary, with the sea lapping at it's foot, the castle can be seen on the Paignton & Dartmouth steam railway line journey.* 10 mile(s) from Woodlands Leisure Park If you are looking for a big day out this is the one stop for fun, that the whole family can enjoy. The park is set in 60-acres of glorious woods and gardens, which you can stroll around at your own leisure. But if your looking for something with a bit more action then there are plenty of rides and animals to experience, which means that there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Local Attractions:
* Beach * Tennis * Fishing * Golf * 3 mile(s) from Paignton & Dartmouth Steam Railway Paignton line is the holiday line with steam trains running for seven miles in Great Western tradition along the spectacular Torbay coast to Churston and through the wooded slopes bordering the Dart estuary to Kingswear. The scenery is superb, with seascapes right across Lyme Bay to Portland Bill, with its fascinating craft and on the far side, the Old World town of Dartmouth and the famous Britannia Royal Naval College, Butterwalk, Bayard's Cove and Dartmouth Castle.* 4 mile(s) from Compton Castle Originally built in 14th century, Compton Castle is a fortified manor house. It was the home of the Gilbert family, note particularly Sir Humphrey Gilbert 1539 to 1583 who was a half brother to Sir Walter Raleigh. The house is now occupied and managed by members of the Gilbert family for the National Trust. A bit of a fairy tale castle, with great hall, battlements, towers, stone courtyard, minstrel's gallery* 4 mile(s) from Paignton Zoo Our recently completed redevelopment program has transformed the zoo into a unique 75-acre environmental park, featuring, plants and over 70 threatened species of exotic animals and some of the world's threatened habitats. Some of our zookeepers at the zoo have starred alongside their animals in a BBC fly on the wall documentary The Zoo Keepers.* 5 mile(s) from Tuckers & Maltings England's only working Malthouse open to the public and probably England's best guided tour. Tuckers & Malting make malt for over 30 West Country breweries, during your visit you can smell the sweet aromas and feel the heat from the kilns you could even become a maltster and have a go at ploughing the grain* 9 mile(s) from Dartmouth Castle This castle was originally built in the 14th century to protect Dartmouth from invasion. The view of the castle is magnificent, as it juts out into the narrow entrance to the dart estuary, with the sea lapping at it's foot, the castle can be seen on the Paignton & Dartmouth steam railway line journey.* 10 mile(s) from Woodlands Leisure Park If you are looking for a big day out this is the one stop for fun, that the whole family can enjoy. The park is set in 60-acres of glorious woods and gardens, which you can stroll around at your own leisure. But if your looking for something with a bit more action then there are plenty of rides and animals to experience, which means that there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Nearby Cities:
* 3 mile(s) from Paignton * 7 mile(s) from Newton Abbot * 9 mile(s) from Totnes * 14 mile(s) from Ashburton * 22 mile(s) from Exeter * 33 mile(s) from Plymouth
Nearby Cities:
* 3 mile(s) from Paignton * 7 mile(s) from Newton Abbot * 9 mile(s) from Totnes * 14 mile(s) from Ashburton * 22 mile(s) from Exeter * 33 mile(s) from Plymouth
Nearby Cities:
* 3 mile(s) from Paignton * 7 mile(s) from Newton Abbot * 9 mile(s) from Totnes * 14 mile(s) from Ashburton * 22 mile(s) from Exeter * 33 mile(s) from Plymouth
Transportation:
* .5 mile(s) from Torquay Train Station * 2 mile(s) from Torquay Bus Station * 174 mile(s) from London Heathrow Airport
Transportation:
* .5 mile(s) from Torquay Train Station * 2 mile(s) from Torquay Bus Station * 174 mile(s) from London Heathrow Airport , approx gbp50 one-way
Transportation:
* 1 mile(s) from Torquay Train Station * 24 mile(s) from Plymouth Airport * 22 mile(s) from Exeter Airport
Local Attractions:
* 1 mile(s) from Torre Abbey/Cookington Village * 2 mile(s) from Kents Caverns * 3 mile(s) from Dartmouth Steam Railway * 3 mile(s) from Paignton Zoo * 4 mile(s) from The Model Village * 65 mile(s) from Eden Project
Transportation:
* 1 mile(s) from Torquay Train Station * 22 mile(s) from Exeter Airport * 24 mile(s) from Plymouth Airport

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Best Western Livermead Cliff Hotel

Check In Time:
2:00 P.M.
Check Out Time:
11:00 A.M.
Number of Rooms:
67
Number of Floors:
2

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    Amenities

  • Bar/Lounge
  • Coffee Maker in Room
  • Concierge
  • Fishing
  • Golf
  • Hairdryers Available
  • Modem Lines in Room
  • Tennis
  • Television with Cable
  • Laundry/Valet Services
  • AM/FM Alarm Clock
  • Beach
  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Elevators
  • Express Checkout
  • Free Parking
  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Pets Allowed
  • Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
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