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Welcome to the new Salcombe Harbour Hotel & Spa, already being recognised as one of the most desirable waterside hotels in the UK and the premier address on the south coast. A recent multi-million pound refurbishment has created this chic new luxury spa hotel on the edge of Salcombe Estuary, complete with a coastal retreat spa, private cinema, waterside restaurant with wide outdoor terraces and dedicated wedding venue; all taking in the panoramic vista, overlooking one of the most dramatic coastlines in the UK.
Wake up to exceptional views across the Salcombe estuary, as you slide open your balcony doors and breathe in the fresh Devon sea air. Head off to explore the coastline, before returning to recline on the rooftop terrace, looking out across the water as the yachts sail by. Why not treat yourself with a spa day or an even more indulgent spa break, as you escape to our luxurious Harbour Spa.
The hotel’s Jetty restaurant takes full advantage of its estuary location, with menus created by award winning Chef Alex Aitken and top local chefs delivering fresh and seasonal dishes. Unique to The Jetty is the restaurant’s Crustacean Bar, with the day’s fresh catch to choose from. With numerous outdoor terraces, enjoy al fresco dining at its most spectacular.
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Famed for its sailing waters, Salcombe Estuary is the perfect way to take in the scenery and reach secluded coves. Whether you are a seasoned sailor or just getting started, sail in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the south coast of Devon. Salcombe Harbour Hotel even features its own private moorings for its seafaring guests. After a day on the water, it’s back to the hotel for Gin & Tonic on the terrace as the sun goes down.
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Escape for some seaside serenity in Salcombe this Spring from only £179 per couple, per night including dinner in The Jetty, Full English Breakfast and full use of our Harbour Spa.
There’s no doubt that fish tastes better when you've caught it yourself!