Orestone Manor is located at Rock House Ln, Maidencombe, Torquay TQ1 4SX, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Orestone Manor and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Set in a Georgian manor house with views over Lyme Bay, this upscale country house hotel is a 5-minute walk from the village of Maidencombe and 2 miles from Babbacombe Model Village.

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Pat Maycock

5 Google Rating

Very welcoming staff. Charming old house set in a most attractive area. Sitting rooms were inviting

5/ 5

Very welcoming staff. Charming old house set in a most attractive area. Sitting rooms were inviting and comfortable Our room had its own furnished outside sitting area with good views of the sea. Lovely comfortable bed and excellent bathroom. Two steep staircases and no lift so our room was not suitable for some, but there are others more easily accessible Wonderful food. Although the dinner menu was a little limited, the choice was sufficient and the meals looked inviting and tasted good. Breakfast too was lovely with generous portions. Smoked salmon and scrambled eggs were particularly scrummy.

Chris Emmerson

5 Google Rating

What a beautiful place to visit. If you want a place to eat that is steeped in history and produces

5/ 5

What a beautiful place to visit. If you want a place to eat that is steeped in history and produces excellent food, then this is the place for you. We celebrated a friends Birthday there, which was on a Sunday. We all had a roast, which was absolutely gorgeous. Perfectly cooked meat ( beef, pork with crackling, or chicken) together with a Yorkshire pudding and lots and lots of fresh vegetables. All topped off with lovely tasty pan gravy. So go on. What are you waiting for? Treat the family. I guarantee you wont be dissapointed.

JTSplumbing Heating

5 Google Rating

Stopped here on a little tour of the southwest. Found orestone manor online. Great location Great vi

5/ 5

Stopped here on a little tour of the southwest. Found orestone manor online. Great location Great views from our room Which was really good great night sleep The food was delicious dinner and breakfast. The staff were friendly and attentive Definitely worth another visit in the near future.

Warmsuz 12

5 Google Rating

Friendly and welcoming staff. Always ready to help. Lovely location with good views and great food.

5/ 5

Friendly and welcoming staff. Always ready to help. Lovely location with good views and great food.

warmrod 12

5 Google Rating

Fantastic hotel, excellent food, friendly staff and good accommodation. Hot tub for that extra bonus

5/ 5

Fantastic hotel, excellent food, friendly staff and good accommodation. Hot tub for that extra bonus.

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