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The Long Range Hotel Star Rating 4
5 Vales Road
Budleigh Salterton United Kingdom

Rated 91 / 100 based on 162 customer reviews.

The quality of service and hospitality at The Long Range Hotel has been identified as outstanding based on consistently high customer review ratings.

The customer review score on Gohotels is calculated using a proprietary algorithm to determine an overall customer rating between 0 and 100. Multiple factors such as cleanliness, facilities, location and service are considered.

Properties with a customer review score in excess of 75 / 100 are presented with an Outstanding Service Award.

The Long Range Hotel has achieved a score of 91 / 100 based on 162 customer reviews and has therefore qualified to receive an Outstanding Service Award from Go Hotels.

 
 
The Long Range Hotel is the longest established four star hotel in Budleigh Salterton, Devon. Guests can enjoy tranquillity, comfort, enviable standards, quality food and wines and friendly but discreet hosting. Rest and relaxation is our aim, whether in guests' private rooms or in the two guest reception areas. Enjoy the cosy sitting room (with daily and local newspapers, and sofas plush enough to fall asleep in!) which creates a cocoon-like comfort zone, especially on cold days. Or walk through the French doors into the spacious wicker-furnished conservatory and immediately, even on a grey day, have your spirits lifted. The delightful and spacious gardens recently received three awards in the Budleigh in Bloom competition. With stunning views across the Otter Valley, the tranquil environment ensures that you enjoy a relaxing break away from day-to-day stresses. Budleigh Salterton the atmosphere of exclusivity and peace belies its potential to the visitor for an active holiday. Enjoy sports, fishing or inland and coastal hikes, magnificent views and unspoilt countryside. With its characteristic cobbled beach and colourful beach huts Budleigh Salterton successfully combines an aura of "days gone by" with the 21st century.