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Hotel Mount Nessing (Torquay, United Kingdom)

Hotel Mount Nessing (Torquay, United Kingdom)

About Mount Nessing

Built in 1872, Mount Nessing is a friendly,comfortable Victorian Villa,located on a tree-lined road in the heart of the English Riviera.In an elevated position on Waldon Hill, Mount Nessing enjoys beautiful sea views across Torbay. All thirteen bedrooms are en-suite with tea making facilities and colour televisions, dvd player and hairdryers. The Mount Nessing has a fully stocked bar in a comfortable conservatory with beautiful views over Torquay, perfect for private functions or just a well earned drink at the end of the day. We have a large car park so parking and leaving your car is never a problem.Fishing Parties are welcome and trips can be organised on request. Evening meals available if ordered in the morning. BBQs for large groups catered for in the summer season, bar snacks and afternoon teas also availalable.Centrally located close to the beach, clubs, restaurants and main shopping areas, Mount Nessingl is an ideal base to explore Torquay and Devon.Pets are welcome by arrangement.

Top amenities

  • WiFi in lobby
  • Free WiFi(Unavailable)
  • Pool(Unavailable)
  • Spa(Unavailable)
  • Parking
  • Pets
  • A/C(Unavailable)
  • Restaurant(Unavailable)
  • Hotel bar(Unavailable)
  • Gym(Unavailable)

Rating overview

  • LocationExcellent  (8.6 / 10)
  • RoomsVery good  (8.1 / 10)
  • ServiceExcellent  (8.5 / 10)
  • CleanlinessExcellent  (8.7 / 10)
  • Value for moneyVery good  (8.3 / 10)

All amenities

Property amenities
  1. Entrance hall/lobby
  2. Parking
  3. Terrace
  4. Pets allowed
  5. WiFi in public areas
  6. Free WiFi
Room amenities
  1. Bathtub (upon inquiry)
  2. Shower
  3. Ironing board
  4. Openable windows
  5. Television
  6. Hairdryer
  7. Central heating
  8. Electric kettle
  9. Desk
  10. Cable TV

Contact

St.Lukes Road North , TQ2 5PD , Torquay , United Kingdom
Telephone: +44(1803)294259 | 

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