Win a luxury stay on the English Riviera

Lincombe Hall

Looking for a relaxing break away, without the stresses of day to day life, work and maybe even the grandchildren? Recently awarded AA four-stars, the multi-award winning Lincombe Hall is the first hotel in Torquay to offer an exclusively for adults environment. 

Located in a quiet leafy area just a short walk from the beautiful harbour and marina, as well as the many upmarket restaurants and shops, a stay at this relaxing and calm hotel with leave you feeling refreshed.

As close to the hustle and bustle of Torquay as you need to be, Lincombe Hall offers a selection of great facilities including a heated indoor and outdoor pool and jacuzzi, extensive grounds, comfortable lounge with real fire, a small cinema and nightly entertainment.

Your break will see you staying in one of their tastefully decorated bedrooms, many with expansive sea views and complimentary Wi-Fi, which is sure to create the perfect base for an enjoyable stay on the English Riviera.

Lincombe Hall Hotel, Torquay
Torquay's adult only hotel

Win a luxury two-night break to the English Riviera

Sit back and relax on a getaway at Lincombe Hall Hotel as we have a two-night couple's break to be won. You'll get to enjoy all of the on-site facilities as well as a delicious meal in the hotel restaurant on the first night of your stay and we'll also include £150 towards your travel.

For the chance to win this luxury break for two, just answer the question below before 23:59 on 22nd March.

Lower Woodfield Road, Torquay, UK

Win a two-night stay at Lincombe Hall, Torquay

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