Steeped in history, Orestone Manor can lay-claim to association with such greats as the British civil engineer, Isambard Kingdom Brunel and painter John Callcott Horsley, best known as the designer of the first Chrsitmas card! Oh, and we mustn't forget to mention the curious tale of the elephant…
Welcome to the Orestone Manor Boutique Country House Hotel, award-winning Restaurant and Bar Bistro in the lovely coastal village of Maidencombe, just off the coastal road between Teignmouth and Torquay in south Devon.
|This Georgian retreat is set in landscaped gardens overlooking Lyme bay, and offers some of the finest hotel accommodation and fine dining in South Devon. The elegant surroundings, luxury rooms for dreams and extensive pretty grounds of Orestone Manor, together with excellent service will enhance any holiday or short break in Devon. The Orestone Manor Hotel boasts 12 superb individually styled recently refurbished bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities. Our award-winning Restaurant, Conservatory and terrace bar offer both fine-dining and Bistro Menus. Sea views can be enjoyed from most of the hotel rooms, as well as the Restaurants, terrace and gardens.
Please view our typical sample menus on the various 'Food and Drink' pages from the drop down navigation options above – in particular, see our Restaurant menus.
As a family-run establishment with many years experience, we think you'll find the Orestone Manor Country House Hotel near Torquay, ideal for south Devon holidays and short breaks, Romantic breaks, weddings, shooting parties, golfing breaks, and a venue for businesses clubs and societies. Furthermore, we enjoy a lively reputation amongst local people as a 'first-choice' for lunches, dinners and a place to celebrate special occasions.
When it comes to getting out and about, you'll be spoiled for choice with activities on our doorstep! On a topical note, you might fancy visiting the nearby locations used for Steven Spielberg's latest movie block buster 'War Horse'? Our Reception will be pleased to advise on this and any areas of local interest…