Langstone Cliff Hotel, Dawlish, Devon
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Set in a 19-acre woodland estate, overlooking the Exe Estuary, the family-run, mid 3-star Langstone Cliff Hotel, Dawlish Warren, commands stunning sea views, looking out across the blue flag beach and internationally recognised Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest that is home to many unusual species of seabirds.
Built around an 18th Century hunting lodge, leisure facilities at Langstone Cliff Hotel include heated indoor and outdoor pools, tennis, beauty and hairdressing salons, a snooker room and children’s play areas. In addition to the Lincoln restaurant and bar, there are plenty of sunlit public spaces, all fronted by a magnificent Victorian verandah with sea views across the hotel lawns towards the Exe Estuary and the English Channel.
- Check-in 3pm
- Check-out by 10.30am
- Free Parking when you Book Direct
- Live Entertainment
- Accessible Rooms
- Helipad Onsite
Eat & Drink
- The Langstone Bar & Restaurant
- The Lounge
- Kid’s Meals
- Afternoon Tea
- Special Dietary Meals (on request)
- Room Service
Work, Play, Relax
- Superfast Free Wi-Fi
- Swimming Pools
- Tennis Court
- Hair Salon
- Five 18 Hole Golf Courses Nearby
Everything You Need At A Glance
Throughout the Hotel
Arrival & Departure
Check In 3pm/ Check Out 10.30am
For Use by all Guests
Near the Beach
Beach just a Short Walk
Picturesque Wedding Venue
A charge of £12.00 per dog, per day
Dawlish is an ideal location for the adventurer within you. Loads to see and even more to be done.
Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve – 4 minute drive
Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. Behind the beach at Dawlish Warren, the 500 acre Nature Reserve is one of the most important wildlife sites in Devon.
Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves – 30 minute drive
One of the most important Stone Age cave sites in Europe, Kents Cavern was home to prehistoric humans for thousands of years. Inside the labyrinth of caverns are beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations and an underground exhibition chamber.
Powderham Castle, Gardens & Deer Park – 35 minute drive
On the banks of the River Exe, just outside Exeter, Powderham Castle dates back to 1391 and is one of England’s oldest family homes. There are formal gardens, a potting shed, a play area and pets corner, Powderham Country Store, a foodhall, regular guided tours and a year-round calendar of events.