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The Livermead House Hotel in Torquay is an elegant hotel built in 1820 on the edge of Cockington Valley on Torquay Sea front in The Heart of The English Riviera, Torbay. The Livermead House offers a traditional flavour, Breathtaking Sea Views, and high standards of service and cuisine with an Award Winning Chef. The Livemead House is a Family owned & Managed Hotel on Torquay's waters edge. A Level walk to Town Centre - Free Onsite Parking - Free Wi-Fi Internet access in all public areas
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The hotel is situated in a nice part of Torquay, within walking distance of Cockington. The food and silver service are excellent. My husband and I had to leave at 6.00am to go to a funeral in Stafford and they served us a cooked breakfast...More
Step back in time to elegance and courteous service. Decor to a high standard. Huge room with a great view over the bay. Large bed , sofa and plenty storage in room. A bit chilly as windows not double glazed but chambermaid obtained a heater...More
Good location, and staff helpful, but it stops there.
Food average, but breakfasts are good, and service is not bad
Rooms poor, and cold, complained that the heating was not working, they came and looked at it and said they will supply a heater -...More
Cannot fault a thing, excellent hotel, great staff, the food was delicious, enough of a variety for everyone to find something they liked. I loved the dining room, silver service, felt very spoilt. My room was spotless and quite spacious. The staff cannot do enough...More
Excellent from start to finish. No other words to describe the stay. Location, reception, rooms, meals, service, all 1st class.
Extensive choice of menu, even for the group of 40+, for all four courses.
Hot plates! No long waits between courses.
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We went in late autumn, so never tried the pool. You'd be better off getting a definite answer from the manager. I'm afraid my experience of the hotel facilities was not a good one - on a two night dancing break the... More
We went in late autumn, so never tried the pool. You'd be better off getting a definite answer from the manager. I'm afraid my experience of the hotel facilities was not a good one - on a two night dancing break the dance-floor turned out to be only available for one night. Never did get any kind of apology.