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The Maycliffe Hotel

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Maycliffe Hotel in Torquay Set within ambling distance from the Torquay Seafront beach, Maycliffe Hotel in Torquay proves to be an uncontested accommodation when it comes to exploring different opportunities and embarking on breathtaking adventures lying ahead for you in Torquay, the world-renowned Agatha Christie’s hometown and the setting for many of her best-seller novels. Maycliffe Hotel is perched on a charming and calming street with the cheerfully shaggy trees across securing the hotel with the abundance of shade and the sun rays glittering through the leaves fluttering with the seaside breeze and caressing your cheeks. Known for its quintessential palm trees, and sandy, serene, and shiny beaches, Torquay is located at the very heart of the English Riviera or the commonly-referred-to-as English Channel, making up Torbay together with the adjoining towns of Paignton and Brixam. The seaside resort towns are dotted with numerous beaches, attractions, shops, cafes, and bars stretched out along the water, making an unmatched holiday experience with you staying at the characterful and picturesque Maycliffe Hotel. Maycliffe Hotel in Detail The three-storey Maycliffe Hotel in Torquay boasts 30 ensuite rooms of various sizes and bedding arrangements to cater for a delightful and cheerful stay for all kinds of travellers. The rooms come as single, deluxe double, twin, and double with bunk beds. 28 rooms are on the first and second floors, with 2 located on the ground floor for those looking for easier accessibility. That being said, the hotel features a lift to access the rooms on upper levels with no hassle. Maycliffe Hotel in Torquay is currently being offered as private rooms with a communal kitchen fitted with almost all the essentials. There are also 7 free parking spaces on-site, and free street parking is also possible. Beaches Near Maycliffe Hotel Torquay is all about beaches, and what better starting-point than Maycliffe Hotel to set out your tour of the many beaches nearby? Want to let the gentle waves lap at your feet, the genteel warmth of the sun beat on your face and beam into your eyes? The waves may roar, even crash onto the shore, and rush you a bit back but not for long. You have definitely chosen the right holiday resort! The balmy clean and fresh air is sure to add to your feeling of solace, joy, and gaiety. The nearest beaches to Maycliffe Hotel are Torre Abbey Sands and Torquay Seafront, both situated about 10 minutes away on foot. Torre Abbey Sands is probably the most spectacular beach and the main one in town, offering stunning views. There are also other equally amazing beaches stretching along the water, including Oddicombe, Hollicombe, Babbacombe, Paignton, and Meadfoot. To take in the breathtaking beauty of Torquay, you are highly recommended to take a stroll across the palm-lined Princess Pier and gaze into the grandeur of the sea. Built in 1890, the pier is said to be the spot Agatha Christie frequently roller skated with a group of friends. Attractions Near Maycliffe Hotel The mesmerising South Devon town of Torquay is about charming and sparkling beaches, but that’s not all! The coastal town hosts activities and attraction all year round to amuse and surprise all groups of tourists of all tastes. Good news is most of such landmarks and spots are in the vicinity of Maycliffe Hotel, seemingly secluded but ideally accessible to everything Torquay has to offer. The 800-hundred-old Torre Abbey Museum and Torquay Museum with Agatha Christie, the Queen of Crime, gallery are located on the east and west of Maycliffe Hotel, both taking a 5-minute drive or a 20-minute leisurely stroll to reach. Cockington Park, filled with countryside parks, gardens and various events, is a popular destination in Torquay, and merely 10 minutes away. Other must-visit attractions nearby include Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves, Babbacombe Model Village, Bygones, Prince Theatre, and Little Theatre. And don’t forget to take a refreshing walk along the South West Coast Path to enjoy the view of the swaying palm trees and sweeping sandy beaches. And finally, if you wish to walk in the footsteps of the best-selling author from Torquay, Agatha Christie Mile is undoubtedly a route you want to walk along as you will get the chance to visit the premier spots, 11 specific locations, linked to Agatha Christie’s life and works in one way or another. The one-mile trail will give you a glimpse into the places this intriguing writer lived and loved, all scattered across the seafront and promenade. How to Get Around Torquay While Staying in Maycliffe Hotel Torquay benefits from a well-connected, comprehensive transportation network, and once you are in the town or neighbouring towns on the English Riviera, you will not need to use your car. Stagecoach South West and Torbay Buses Ltd cover almost the whole area with tickets no more expensive than £5 for travel in and around Torbay. If you wish to take ferry rides between Torquay, Paignton, and Brixham, We Ferry and Western Lady Ferry are popular services operating in the area. While you are in Torbay, you are also recommended to take Dartmouth Steam Trains starting from Paignton and going along the phenomenal coast for seven miles to Goodrington Sands, Churston, Greenway Halt and to Kingswear. The seascapes and landscapes are just spectacular. The nearest train stations to Maycliffe Hotel are Torquay and Torre railway stations, around 5 minutes away. The stations are on the Riviera Line and operated by Great Western Railway. GWR offers trains to/from London Paddington station in both directions on an approximately 30-minute basis, with the journey taking about 3 and a half hours. Exeter International Airport is the closest airport to Torquay. From there, you can get on shuttle buses to Exeter city centre, and take a taxi, bus, or train to arrive in Torquay.
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English, Arabic, German

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St. Lukes Road North, Torquay TQ2 5PD England
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Alec K wrote a review Jul 2021
6 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked the hotel in order to support the leisure industry, we are also in much need of a short break, as well as its location with close proximity to the town, seafront and our favourite French restaurant. Given the concerns with the pandemic, the advertised "flexible cancellation policy" also encouraged us to make the booking of which Payman Club advised we book direct to save 20% off the booking. A week before our break, The Payman club requested an up front "full payment" for the booking, as well as £300 credit card holding fee in case of property damage, which was a surprise.
With four days before we were due to travel to Torquay, unfortunately our childcare arrangements where tagged by the NHS track and trace app, meaning we could not take our trip. We notified the hotel accordingly with two calls and follow up emails that include screenshots of the NHS app notifications. The Payman Club has refused to acknowledge the need to cancel, as we booked direct. They have not refunded any of the booking fees, despite quite an extensive email chain and calls. I would recommend you ask about the "flexible booking arrangements" and all additional fees and terms, before booking directly with this company.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Shania L wrote a review Aug 2021
5 contributions2 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Had some trouble checking in due to LastMinute.com not sending my payment over, no staff at hotel to help, only a maintenance man who kept saying “i don’t work here so i can’t help”. There is a reception (used as a shared kitchen/washing area for guests) with no receptionist. Finally got the key to our room. Parking is decent, not tight or hard to drive into. We parked up in the morning and left it there while we walked into town, i would recommend this as there aren’t a lot of spaces. Room slightly smelt of sick which we covered up with sprays. very small but cotch room with tiny bathroom. Double bed was made up of 2 singles so you couldn’t sleep in the middle. Very comfy bed and pillows, given 2 pillows per person which is a win! Was very clean in bedroom and bathroom. Tray of tea coffee milk and kettle. Flush worked fine except the water could keep running for a few minutes longer than usual. Child locked windows. Great wifi signal. Great area and very close to town center / beach front - this is with the shortcuts through the streets using the steps and not the main roads, about 15min walk. Bring walking shoes as the hills aren’t the nicest! Would definitely come here again, like i said, you get what you paid for! The bonus is that it is super close to attractions. Very quiet area, great nights sleep. If we ever come to Torquay again, we would definitely like to come back here. Parking is horrendous in torquay with paying, so the 15min walk was worth it. 👍🏼
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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AI I wrote a review Sept 2021
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1.0 of 5 bubbles
It is not a hotel as you know it.
Room was very basic not even a mirror in the room (but fresh linen helped), the whole place was very dated with everything dated in desperate need of repair and replacement. Dripping taps in the bathroom. light switches not working. I don't how the place has passed the H&S check. The new manager and her partner were trying to help as much as they could but had to contact to the H/O for everything even to find out which room was allocated to us! (Very strange way of running a hotel).
The owners are very greedy, we have a small pet dog so chose the hotel because their website and booking.com showed them being pet friendly at a cost of £5 per night. After booking left a note with them that we would be bringing a small pet dog with us. It wasn't until two days of our travel we received email that pets were not allowed in the hotel. We couldn't contact anyone at the hotel but managed to speak to their customer services somewhere in Europe. The strange thing was that the person at the other end of the line said "hotel is not showing to be pet friendly but if you call me back in half an hour I will try to contact the manager to see what can be done". So, I called her back after an hour and she said that spoken to the manager and that we could take our pet to the hotel at a cost of £20 per night!!, We were in a situation to either pay up or lose the booking with no refund so we paid. What I can not understand and get a reply from this place is why the hotel in one minute pet friendly and then not, and if you pay extortionate amount the it is.
Best to avoid the place.
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Date of stay: September 2021
2.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: If you are after a hotel then stay away from the place
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Cara S wrote a review Aug 2022
Worcester, United Kingdom28 contributions33 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed for 1 night, they got our room number wrong so we ended up walking into someone else’s room. Very embarrassing. And then the next working woke to find our shower not even working.

Called reception and they’d said “oh yeah we know it’s already been reported!” - so what were we suppose to do?! Just not shower?

The place was fully booked so I had to wait for someone to check out and then use their dirty room to have a shower.

Barely any apology or explanation. I just wish they’d told us the night before so we could’ve found alternate accommodation.

After emailing them the most they can offer is 15% refund. Considering we only received 50% of the facilities we paid for, we would at least expect 50% refund at the minimum. Appalling customer service.

Won’t be staying at any Payman Club hotels again, and certainly would not recommend them to anyone.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Paymán Club, Owner at The Maycliffe Hotel
Responded 29 Aug 2022
Dear Cara, Thank you very much for giving us your time and writing this very helpful note. We are sorry to hear that everything has not worked out as well as we both have expected them to. We are trying hard to improve everything with our hotel and we wish to see you there again very soon. Best Regards, Monica
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Jamie wrote a review Jul 2021
1 contribution1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed at this “hotel” for a couple of days and it’s hands down the worst place I’ve ever stayed.

When we first arrived there was no one to welcome you or help you check in. After wondering around my girlfriend found a note scribbled on the door with a number to call to self check in. At this point a visitor who I believe to be living at the hotel found someone to help and he asked us for our details. At this point a loud and rude stag doo party arrived and the person checking us in decided to walk off and check them in first.

When we finally checked in we were given a number which was for the key safe by our door. Each room has a key safe which felt a bit of an odd experience.

Even though it was one of the hottest weekends of the year the heating in the hotel was on full but luckily we had the option to change this in our own room.

The room itself was okay, the cleaners obviously just clean the bits you can see because we found a lot of dust and dirt.

The nights sleep was awful! Above us the floor was so creaky and noisy that you could hear every step and this continued until about 4am!

There was also some very questionable guests including a lady that seemed to have guest visiting. I’ll leave that to your own imagination.

Also the car park was full due to being used my I’m presuming employees of the hotel so it’s on street parking.

I would not recommend this hotel (if you can even call it that) and would stay away from the Paymans Group.
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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London R wrote a review Sept 2021
1 contribution2 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The new owners (who bought the place cheaply at auction) clearly thought they got a bargain and will want a return on their investment, but the premises need to be properly secured, staffed, safety checked and redecorated throughout before rooms are rented to an unsuspecting public.

Bedrooms are grindingly basic, cramped, exceedingly dated and run down. Fresh bed linen and towels help, but are not the answer to the major issues inherent with the property. Soundproofing is woefully inadequate. Carpeting tired and worn. The new manager and her partner clearly want to turn the place around but this will require investment, time and the planning of a hotelier with an eye for detail; a sticking plaster approach just won’t cut it.

The building is a rabbit warren of cheaply compartmentalised corridors which have been ‘secured’ by fire doors which wouldn’t have passed safety testing back in the early 1980s. Most of them do not close properly and wouldn’t resist fire spread for 2minutes never mind 30minutes minimum requirements. There is no evacuation signage in the rooms. Fire signs were laying on the corridor floor when we were eventually shown our room after waiting 20 minutes for confirmation from head office via Manageress’ mobile phone. There didn’t appear to even be a computer on the premises and no proper check-in reception.

In short, whilst it may have potential and a good location, it is not even a basic hostel at present and certainly not ready to open its doors to the paying public.

A final note: the carcass of a dead pigeon (which had clearly been picked clean by other wildlife) lay clearly visible on the roof which our room overlooked. This was hotel property. I suggest the new handyman adds its removal to the long list of jobs he will need to tackle. He’s a brave chap and I hope he receives the help and support he will undoubtedly need to make any headway with this project.

My advice — shut it. Make it safe. Gut-it and redesign the rooms and interiors. Install a committed team, pay them well and retain their goodwill. Hotels flourish with good people who feel an innate desire to serve and look after their guests. Under such circumstances, it could become a goldmine. Any other approach will continue to fail and remain a blot on Torquay’s landscape.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Don’t get your hopes up.
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PatD wrote a review Jul 2023
Dromore, United Kingdom57 contributions58 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
I was one of a group of three ladies who booked this hotel in June for a short 5 night stay in July.
We knew when booking that it had limited facilities but had no qualms about it.
On arrival we were given a room which was more than adequate for us. Three single beds (albeit narrow) with fresh sheets and duvets and the towels were snow white and fluffy and an ensuite. There was a kettle with coffee and tea making facilities, a large built in wardrobe which was more than ample for us three. The room was small but, quite honestly, very serviceable. We did not go to Torquay to spend our time sitting in a hotel room! We had TV with enough channels.
There is a kitchen and dining room for guest use.
To call it a hotel is probably stretching it a bit but we found it totally acceptable. It’s not accommodation that I would book for a couple (eg. me and my husband) but it was more than adequate for three friends to spend a pleasant few days exploring Torquay and surrounding area.
It is on a hill and there’s no getting away from that but we certainly came home fitter than we expected!
Take the accommodation at face value and make the most of your visit to Devon. We had no issues whilst staying here. I would book again if going with friends but not as a couple.
Hopefully you will read this and find it to be true reflection of the property.
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Date of stay: July 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Not accommodation for couples or families. Serviceable as a clean place to sleep and explore Torquay
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Response from Paymán Club, Owner at The Maycliffe Hotel
Responded 9 Aug 2023
Dear Guest, Thank you for sharing your detailed experience during your stay in June. We're glad to hear that you and your friends had a pleasant time in Torquay and found the accommodation to be suitable for your needs. Your insights are valuable and will help others considering a stay at this property to have a realistic understanding of what to expect. It's great to know that the fresh sheets, towels, and other amenities met your expectations. We appreciate your positive feedback and hope you had a wonderful time exploring the area. If you decide to visit Torquay again with friends, we'd be happy to host you once more. Best regards, Madison
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Richard Tolley wrote a review May 2021
6 contributions2 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I am writing to warn everyone do NOT book in advance to stay in this hotel. What they do is take your money off you first then make an excuse as to why you can not stay there and refuse to give you a refund. They are using the pandemic as an excuse to rip off innocent people. Please take this as a warning as I dont want anybody else to be scammed in the same way
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled solo
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Dean J wrote a review Jul 2021
1 contribution1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
No fan/air con in the room, yet you can only open the windows a very small amount so was sweating all night struggling to sleep. Thought the people above us were going to come through the floor as the floor boards were that creaky , very annoying. No reception so was a nightmare finding the member of staff that worked there when I was enquiring about the wifi as didn’t get told a password for it , been working in Torquay for a few weeks now and this was the worst place I’ve had to stay definitely. Not even a number to contact anyone on upon arrival , the ceiling was hanging down in our bathroom and looked like a fag burn in the bath with long hairs in the bath still so definitely hadn’t been cleaned properly . And the member of staff walked infront of me as I entered the room so he could spray air freshener all round the room which wasn’t very assuring , god only knows what the room must of smelt like before he blitzed it with air freshener . Also there was random switches on the walls in my room that didn’t work, yet had to walk to the door of the room to turn the main light off which was round a little corner so bit of a nuisance from the bed to the door just to turn the light off . I’d say the only thing that made up for any of it was the fact that it was pretty cheap, which made no odds to me as it wasn’t me paying for accommodation it was the work company paying, but yeah would rather pitch a tent down by the bay next time
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled on business
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rentcollector wrote a review Aug 2021
Gloucester, United Kingdom14 contributions5 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
All rooms have keysafe, so no staff, customers left to own devices. Have to email the office in Cambridge to get loo roll! Or buy your own. More like a dhss hostel! Just a bed and tea tray in the room. Fire alarm went off early in the morning and guests left to fend for themselves. Mould on all window sills, thick dirt at bottom of radiators. Filthy stained curtains 🤮 yuck. Weany small bathrooms. Uneven stairs. Stinks. No food there, thank goodness! Car park for about 8 cars or the street. The hovel is at the top of a hill, about half hours walk from the town. Nice towels. Dare not look at the mattresses or might run away. The place needs closing!
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Jonathan H wrote a tip Apr 2024
2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Don't book here"
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IFreddy wrote a tip Apr 2024
10 contributions2 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Do not stay here The ‘hotel’ should be closed down and knocked down. It felt like a hostel from the 1970’s"
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ShazzieMay wrote a tip Jan 2024
Admaston, United Kingdom3 contributions1 helpful vote
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Avoid booking here at all costs"
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Mid wales guest wrote a tip Sept 2023
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
"Stay elsewhere! "
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PatD wrote a tip Jul 2023
Dromore, United Kingdom57 contributions58 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Not accommodation for couples or families. Serviceable as a clean place to sleep and explore Torquay"
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£33 - £53 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United KingdomEnglandDevonEnglish RivieraTorquay
NUMBER OF ROOMS
30
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Maycliffe Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to The Maycliffe Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Torre Abbey Leisure Park (0.2 miles), Jungle Journey Adventure Golf (0.3 miles), and The Princess Theatre (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Maycliffe Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and outdoor furniture.
Is parking available at The Maycliffe Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Maycliffe Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Small World Tapas, Kalipso Coffee & Bagel, and Meat59.
Is The Maycliffe Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 miles away from the centre of Torquay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at The Maycliffe Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Arabic.
Are there any historical sites close to The Maycliffe Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Torre Abbey (0.5 miles) and Friends Of Oldway (2.2 miles).
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