See why so many travellers make Anchorage Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Torquay. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Anchorage Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers 24 hour front desk, outdoor furniture, and beach chairs, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a pool and free breakfast. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Plainmoor (0.2 mi) and Babbacombe & Oddicombe - South West Coast Path (0.4 mi), guests of Anchorage Hotel can easily experience some of Torquay's most well known attractions.
While in Torquay, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Anchorage Hotel, including Small World Tapas (0.9 mi), Bistrot Pierre (1.2 mi), and Mama's Dessert Kitchen (1.0 mi).
Torquay is also known for some great historic sites, including Cockington Country Park and Torre Abbey Historic House and Gardens, which are not too far from Anchorage Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Anchorage Hotel as you experience all of the things Torquay has to offer.
Ok so I stayed here in 2019 with a friend in a twin room and we were very happy with everything. We had the 3 course meal which was all frozen but filled a hole and tasted okay. So I thought I would stay here again. Unfortunately this experience wasn’t as good I had a single room on the first floor luckily the bed had a mattress protector on but the pillows didn’t . The quilt was some sort of feathers and I felt like I was sleeping in a Carrier bag because every time I turned over it sounded very crunchy. The room itself was ok but the t.v was very small and the shower screen fell off when I tried to close it. The room was at the back of the building and above the kitchen so it was very noisy when people were in the yard and early morning preparing brekkie. I ordered ham egg and chips for dinner which was very nice and they put a tomato on but had to take it off as I’m allergic to it .( it was a nice thought) Brekkie was a help yourself fry up with cereals and toast tea & coffee. You can order specific eggs so I had poached which was nice. Sausages were the normal catering type and every thing else tasted fine. When I arrived the reception was empty after waiting for 10 minutes a man came out gave me my keys and explained things but he could of done with a new white shirt the one he has wasn’t very professional. I vitally felt sorry for him because he seemed to be doing the work of 4 people, he was polite and friendly. I didn’t speak to anyone in the morning at brekkie and nothing was explained I just did what I did last time. The lady in the black dress was very smart. When I left I went o leave the key and the lady receptionist said let me sort it out and then promptly answered the phone while serving me she then ushered me to go with her hand which I thought was very rude. I write a lot of reviews nd they are all done honestly.…
We found this hotel after searching for somewhere to stay for just one night in Torquay. It was more affordable than many other options but seemed to offer a good standard of accomodation. We were very pleased with the hotel and our room which was spacious, clean and had everything we needed including a great abundance of towels, toiletries and even dressing gowns. Decor was simple and a little tired but everything was clean and tidy. Would definitely recommend.
Very basic but has everything you need. Just rather tired and dated. Could do with a fresh decor overhaul, USB sockets, new plumper pillows and a better vegan choice for milk and biscuits in the room. Good location and, for one night, this was fine and was reasonably priced for a single room.
This is a good-sized, unpretentious and inexpensive hotel within 15 minutes walk from the Cliff Railway and Coastal Path. A solo traveller, I was unexpectedly allocated an immense family-sized room (it's not often you get a choice of beds!). The hotel staff were friendly and helpful (although I suspect a bit short-staffed). The room was clean and quiet. Finally, the buffet-style cooked breakfast was more than reasonable, with a good choice.
Went with GB TOURS on sept20 for 4 nights coach was gud but needs WI fi as had 8 HR trip the hotel needs sorting out when checks in room 52 the room was cold had no bedside lamps turned heating on but did not come through when told reception she said if not working tomorrow will get maintenance man to look at it then said normally the sun keeps the room warm through the window I said only got small window then asked her what time pool opened she said closed for winter I said on website it says closed at the end of sept then I said so the sun warms the rooms but pool shut cause of winter outside was 21 degrees I think everything was turned of to save money in the restaurant food was hit and miss one night they had no soup left at 6 45 it opens at 6 another night had soup only Luke warm told chef he pulled a face and took it away the machine was not even turned on on last morning they had no orange juice for breakfast I realise covid has caused a few problems ie staff and delivery but the hotel needs to pull together during this time otherwise people will go elsewhere in Torquay as there are plenty of hotels available…