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Orestone Manor is a charming Georgian country house offering stylish accommodation and an excellent 2 AA rosette restaurant serving locally sourced food. This small hotel on the outskirts of Torquay makes an excellent base for exploring Devon's 'English Riviera' and the surrounding countryside. The hotel has been owned and run by the local D'Allen family for generations and was once the home of famous painter John Callcott Horsley, designer of the first ever Christmas card. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful sub-tropical gardens and many of the rooms and all suites have sea views; some also have private outdoor hot tubs.

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Orestone Manor is in the coastal village of Maidencombe, just fifteen minutes' drive from Torquay. There's a secluded sandy beach at the bottom of a steep hill which can be walked to from the hotel if you're feeling energetic, but otherwise you'll need a car to get around.

By train: Newton Abbot station is a 13-minute drive from the hotel, accessed from London Paddington within 2 hours 30 mins, 1 hour 20 from Bristol, 3 hours from Birmingham. Book train tickets.

By car: The hotel is 4 hours from London, almost 3 hours from Southampton, 1 hour from Taunton and 2 hours 30 mins from Cardiff. There is parking at the hotel.

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The hotel might appear conservative and traditional from the outside, but there's a quirkiness inside to some of the décor that reveals a more youthful, playful side. The pace here is relaxed and easy, inviting you to unwind and take your time. Guests of all ages are welcome, from younger couples on a countryside getaway to older solo guests enjoying a slower pace of life.


This hotel is all about good food and a relaxed atmosphere with stylish accommodation and stunning scenery all around. Service is reliable and efficient, watched over by members of the owning family to ensure their excellent local reputation is maintained.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Events
  • Free parking

  • Free Wi-Fi


Each room is decorated in a different style: one is influenced by the chic glamour of Paris, another is inspired by the work of William Morris, whilst the Burlesque room boasts an altogether racier appeal. Most rooms have plenty of space for longer stays and the large bathrooms are tastefully decorated, some with roll-top baths and dual basins.

Room types: Standard, Standard Sea-View, Superior, Deluxe, Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, TV, hairdryer, free Wi-Fi


The restaurant serves modern European food, drawing non-residents from across the county and beyond. With Brixham Bay just down the road, it would be a crime not to try one of the fresh fish dishes that are a speciality here. The fixed-price menu is good value for food of this quality.

Restaurant: 2 AA Rosettes, locally-sourced seafood such as Torbay scallops. Closed Tuesdays. Two courses for £25 or three courses for £28.50.

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