The Best Western Passage House Hotel – with its stunning riverside location on the banks of the Teign - is also a very well equipped hotel in Devon. Superb conference facilities and an excellent health spa and leisure club mean this Newton Abbot hotel is a real treat, whether it’s for business or pleasure or both.
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Built next to a 17th century Inn on the Teign estuary, the hotel offers a comfortable contemporary atmosphere. Nearby is the Devon market town of Newton Abbot for easy transport links – plus there’s a racecourse if you fancy a flutter. Just a few miles down the road is the windswept grandeur of the Dartmoor National Park - not to mention the popular seaside resorts of Torquay and Paignton. Even if you tire of tranquillity, Exeter is only 15 minutes away.
This wonderful hotel in Newton Abbot really excels at relieving the stresses of everyday life. We have a luxurious leisure suite with a steam room, sauna and well-appointed gym. Our beauty salon offers a range of treatments, massage and aromatherapy. The view over the river alone is enough to gladden the soul.
With a fantastic location and superb facilities, you can rest easy that you’ve made the right choice when you stay at the Best Western Passage House Hotel.
Please note some rooms are not allocated in the main building of the hotel and are instead situated in the lodges, requests for main building rooms will be noted but cannot be guaranteed. Dining restrictions during Christmas 2017. The Leisure Club will be closed from January 8, 2018 for one week for annual maintenance.
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“Very nice stay.”
Newquay, United Kingdom on 11-Dec-17
We stayed for 2 nights in one of the adjoining 'lodge' rooms on a Travelzoo deal.
It was a really nice room, very clean and tidy and well set out, although the carpet was threadbare in places. We...
The hotel was a very pleasant stay booked at the last minute! All the amenities: pool, gym, sauna and steam room were situated very close together, so no long walks to and from the hotel room (which...
I spent the weekend here for two reasons - 1 - we were visiting some relatives in Plymouth and 2 - going to Exeter Races on the Sunday. The hotel itself is a bit of a mixture; the bedroom, or rather...