The Somerville English Riviera
The Somerville Hotel has accommodation to suite all tastes and pockets.
The standard room is located on the ground floor and is compact and therefore ideal for guests wanting short stays or who are on a limited budget. Furnished with a luxury king sized bed it has all of the facilities of our deluxe rooms including: luxury branded toiletries, digital flat screen TVs, beverage trays, iron and ironing board, FREE wifi access, radio alarm clock and hairdryer and a silent running hotel fridge.
The Deluxe rooms are more spacious and include locally sourced mineral water and bathrobes as extras. They are all slightly different and we have some, which are ideal for particularly light sleepers as they overlook a courtyard garden at the rear of the property.
Our Junior Suites and Suites are truly special and are even more spacious and similarly equipped plus they have a separate living room and/or access to a private courtyard or terrace, DVD players, IPod docking stations and room service breakfast are additional luxuries for these suites. They are ideal for guests celebrating something special or else wanting a bit of luxury when away.
The Somerville's central location and own private car park means that it is ideal for guests wanting to use it as a base from which to tour other parts of Devon such as the South hams or famous Dartmoor or else for those guests who want to leave the car behind and explore the English Riviera on foot or using the excellent public transport available.
The Somerville has consistently won The Visit Britain Breakfast Award and there is an emphasis on quality locally sourced products. During the week a full hour is allowed for breakfast whilst at weekends and on Bank Holidays this is extended to provide for an even more relaxed start to the day.
Free wifi is available to all guests and the website has details of special offers that are available throughout the year. In addition there is a Late Deals Page where last minute bargains can be picked up.
As a destination Torquay has something to offer everyone. In the quieter months it is a fantastic destination for people who like coastal walks, whilst in the summer it has a truly continental feel with some superb beaches close at hand. There are scores of attractions such as Kent's Cavern, Paignton Zoo and the Princess Theatre. Torquay is also fast becoming a foodie destination with a superb array of restaurants to choose from. Torquay was also the home of Agatha Christie and visitors can still visit her summer home Greenway as ell as enjoy the excitement of the annual International Agatha Christie Festival which takes place each September.
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This page was last updated: 23 October 2014