The Balmoral’s captivating coastal scenery, combined with its picturesque location, means guests visiting this quiet corner of the county are in for a splendid treat. The hotel is a magnet for sightseers and has various packages on offer, whether you’re looking for a weekend getaway, a catch-up with friends or dinner à deux. Guests staying over can expect a free cream tea on arrival, which sets the tone for what’s to come. That may be losing yourself in a book while lounging in the bedroom, taking in the sea breeze from the suntrap gardens, or heading to the restaurant to sample first-rate food.
The leading head chef has a sharp focus on local produce, with fresh fi sh coming from Brixham fish market and meat from the local family butchers. The chef’s fl air is put to good use in the likes of slow-roasted loin of pork with sweet cider sauce and apple compote, oven-baked sweet chilli and garlic salmon fillet, and fresh Brixham plaice stuffed with creamy king prawns. A variety of homemade desserts and a West Country cheeseboard end proceedings perfectly. A visit is completed by a well-stocked bar, staff who go the extra mile and live entertainment at weekends.
Whatever reason you have for visiting The Balmoral, we bet you’ll be singing its praises.