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Hotel Valle

Hotel Valle star

Asheldon Rd, Torquay, Devon, TQ1 2QS, United Kingdom
Tel: 01000 123456, Fax: 01000 654321
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Area activities

Surfing, rock climbing, fishing & lazing in the sun.

Check in times

Any time from 2pm onwards

Driving directions

Second star to the right and straight on till morning.

Airports

None for miles and miles and miles.

Other transport

Local buses once a day, taxis and if you're lucky a donkey.

Policies & disclaimers

Requests for bed type and smoking preferences will be submitted to the hotel but are not guaranteed.

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Room Single 1 4 Monday, 28 April 2014 Sunday, 28 April 2024 £127.60  Per night 1 1000


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