BEST WESTERN Livermead Cliff Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Livermead Cliff Hotel Torquay
Travel Blogs from Torquay
As we all know travelling is not for everyone, some people have goals or aspirations such as money, houses, cars and material things where as for me school and grades meant nothing. To be quite honest with you I was the worst behaved, most arrogant teenager possible and at the time I did not care. Now do not get me wrong if I could go back and do it again I would however I would not be where I ...
... money is at the root of everything we do nowadays, and well saving for our travels has been no easy task. Long office hours, tough discipline with our spending (not easy with a Ben&Jerrys obsession) and well general cutting back on every little thing we do on a daily basis. Well so far all I seem to have done is rant on but to put this into a nutshell, the baby steps of planning and saving are beyond exciting. 64 days till take ...
... wetsuits as the water is deathly cold! We on the other hand just sat and watched it all happening. Kate did not enjoy herself, she didn't like the beach, nor the cold weather and although I attempted to build a sandcastle and decorate it with the seaweed that had washed up on shore along with the cuttle fish, she really did not want to participate. I think that the heated indoor swimming pool back at the hotel had a lot more ...
... water at the bottom of the cement steps so that others could have fun throughout the day. Kate did not like the crabs and stood well clear of the groups. After an enjoyable waterside lunch we caught the ferry across the harbour to board an old steam train that took us to Paignton. This seaside resort reminded us of the Ekka side show ally as it was very old but it was packed with holiday makers enjoying the sunshine. The beach here was a clay colour and more dense than our ...
... use warm scones! We sat in a courtyard and were able to thaw out and soak up the sunshine. From here we went for a walk through the City Centre to experience some more of Plymouth. Luckily, the shops were closed! For dinner we returned to the waterfront, this time trying an Italian restaurant where I was able to have pizza. The area was very different on a Sunday night, not nearly as wild and noisy. We also enjoyed a bottle of red wine which rounded off a really good day in ...