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Spent last week at this hotel ,must say for a bay hotel was very clean ,bed was comfy ,an staff most helpful .My only little moan is the evening meal ,iam a vegetarian an would have just liked to have had a plate of veggies...More
Lovely position on front. Room we had at back was quiet , but overlooked bins and dirty paintwork , beds comfortable, bathroom cramped. food a menu that did not live up to its descriptions, overcooked nasty veg , desert said Apple crumble and custard ,...More
It was "an experience"...but not one I would repeat. My room was adequate and clean...but the positives stop there!!! It was overlooking the dustbin area and above a very noisy kitchen fan. How anyone over the size of a stick managed to use the bathroom...More
Returned today from a 3night break at
The Grand Hotel to celebrate my mother's birthday . I had booked 2 single rooms and paid extra for seaviews. Unfortunately the sea view was the only positive thing about the room. It was extremely shabby, dingy and...More
We have just returned from a 4day break at the Bay Grand Exmouth although we had a lovely holiday we were disappointed with the room we were in,it was a sea view which was well worth paying the upgrade for but the bathroom was small...More
The Bay Grand Hotel enjoys a superb position on the seafront opposite Golden Sands Beach. The hotel benefits from fantastic views across the Exe Estuary towards Dawlish Warren. The Hotel is set in a Crescent ...Moreof elegant houses - the first crescent of its kind to be built in Devon with every house facing the sea. Panoramic views across Lyme Bay and the estuary can be seen from all front facing rooms along with Drakes Bar, lounges and our relaxing gardens. The Regency entertainment suite and bar provide the perfect place to unwind. Exmouth is the gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast stretching as far as Dorset and is renowned for its red cliffs and sand dunes. An ideal resort to explore the rest of Devon, it also boasts an old fashioned promenade and stunning Georgian architecture. Less