Built in 1903, this impressive hotel stands in its own grounds at one end of the promenade, looking out across Lyme Bay. Beyond the grand, porticoed entrance the lobby boasts a fine moulded barrel ceiling and the first of the numerous fresh flower displays to be found throughout the hotel.
Public areas are grand and spacious, with various lounges and a bar off a fine, oak-panelled inner hall. Furnishings are tasteful and stylish with lots of deep sofas and comfortable armchairs in which to while away an hour or two while notably smart staff tend to every need. There is entertainment every night with a resident orchestra and a dinner dance each Saturday.
Generally spacious bedrooms are comfortable, all having modern TV's with extra satellite channels; Wi-Fi internet connections (confirm this when booking); plus tea and coffee making facilities. Many rooms have furnished balconies, and some interconnect, making them ideal for families. Beds are turned down each night and there's 24 hour room service. While three beautifully-appointed poolside suites (see photograph), each with its own private terrace - carefully-designed with young families in mind.
You can eat well and comfortably at their Jubilee Restaurant, or enjoy a Cream Tea or lighter snack in the Sun Lounge or Pavilion Bar.
In fair weather you can pass the time on their 18 hole putting green, or perhaps have a game of grass court tennis. Generally-speaking, families are well catered for, with plenty of year-round entertainment, making this hotel popular throughout the year.
- Pleasantly Situated
- Sea View
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Families
- Number of rooms: 61
- Rooms, ensuite: 61
- Price (single room): please enquire
- Price (double room): from £205
- Room Service: 24 Hours
- Parking: Yes free, Adequate (104)
- Passenger Lift
- Rooms for Disabled Guests
- Beauty & Hair Salon
- Theatre Desk
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 60
- Keep Fit Equipment
- Spa Bath
- Swimming Pool - outdoor
- Swimming Pool - indoor
- Directions: See the Map on this page.