Haven House

Address: 11 Scarborough Road, Torquay, English Riviera, Devon, England, TQ2 5UJ, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 11 Scarborough Road, Torquay, is near Cockington Gardens, Cockington Court, and Torre Abbey.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Haven House Torquay

      Warm and freindly

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      very clean, nice rooms, great location. Mandi was very helpfull. Had a perfect stay thanks to Haven hotel. Would highly recommend.

      Ab Fab!

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      Had a great time,rooms were lovely clean and so comfortable,food was great everything you could want!

      Mandi and Berry were great hosts! thanks very much

      Kay

      Very Enjoyable Stay

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      The hotel was spotlessly clean, the room & facilities were first class and the food was excellent. Handy location for the beach, Harbour & shops, all within few minutes walk. Mandi & Berry made us most welcome, we certainly plan to return in the not too distant future.

      A great weekend in devon

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      we have just returned from a long weekend in torquay staying at the haven hotel in scarborough road. we found the hotel well positioned for exploring torquay on foot, and very friendly and helpful. i would recommend the hotel to anyone looking for exceptional value and a well furnished and extremely clean and pleasent place to stay.

      We enjoy our stay

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      Hi to everyone

      When we arrived at the haven hotel in Torquay we thought to ourslef what a lovley place it looked from the outside.

      As we got into the hotel we had a lovely welcome by Mandi.

      I just don't know what to say because everthing was so perfect.

      There would be one thing which is that Mandi and Berry said happy brithday to me

      Ww would like to say to Mandi and berry a big thank you for everything you did for us on that weekend we stayed which was Friday 3rd March to Monday 6th March. Thank you again for a lovley weekend.

      The Stevos

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      We have just returned after a four day break at the Haven Hotel in Torquay.The hotel was situated within a five minute walk to the sea front. I felt it was great value for money the hosts were fabulous and the room and food was first class

      'Devonitely the place to stay!

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      We have just got back from a long weekend spent at this delightful Hotel.

      The rooms were spotless, modern and very comfortable.

      The Breakfasts were excellent, and the Hotel is in a very good position, close to the sea, theatres, bars, and shops.

      But what really made it for us, was the warm welcome from Mandi and Berry.

      I would not hesitate in reccommending the Haven Hotel to anyone.

      We booked on Ebay, What a bargain we got!!!!

      A Haven in Torquay

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      Just returned from a long weekend at this hotel. We could not fault it, spotlessly clean, excellent friendly hosts. Nothing was too much trouble, superb position for all amenities and yes what a breakfast. We would recommend this hotel to everyone. Thanks Mandi and Berry for your hospitality.

      Alan and Lynda

      Holiday haven

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      People very welcoming and nothing too much trouble - good food and lovely surroundings made our weekend

      stay very enjoyable and good value for money - would

      not hesitate to book again or recommend to friends!!

      Brilliant Accommodation

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      Very Nice hotel and excellent hosts. If you want to sample Torquey this is an excellent venue to stay at and the breakfasts are great too.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Haven House Torquay

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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