Meadfoot Bay Torquay Short Break

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£182.50 per person as of 12/03/203

Meadfoot Bay Torquay Short Break

Exclusive to Great Little Breaks | Take a break on the English Riviera at the stylish Meadfoot Bay. This 4 star boutique-style hotel is set in a quiet location, just a short walk from Meadfoot Beach, and is ideally located for exploring the seaside resort town of Torquay.

Your Great Little Break includes:
⛱ 2 nights
⛱ Bed and breakfast
⛱ £40 dinner allowance (per couple per stay)*
⛱ Welcome cocktail - made with Shag Rock Gin (worth £10 per person)
⛱ Late check-out of midday (worth £20)
⛱ A departure bag with water and home made cake for your journey home (worth £5)
⛱ Availability from February 2023 -November 2023

This deal is fully refundable up to 7 days prior to arrival

Deluxe double rooms are available at a supplement, subject to availability The hotel does not have family rooms.

Please note:
* Your allowance can be spent in the bar or brasserie, towards the a la carte or assiettes menu. See hotel policies below for details of serving times. We advise you to pre-book any dinner reservations with the hotel directly, once your booking has been confirmed, to avoid disappointment.

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