Torbay Chess Congress - Venue
We are delighted that the 2020 Torbay Congress will be held at the Livermead House Hotel, Torquay.
Livermead House is located right on the Torquay seafront - a great location for stretching your legs between rounds. The hotel has a large free car park, which is available for Congress participants. The hotel is about 650m from Torquay Station - about an 8 minute walk.
The congress will take place in the Regency and Kingsley Suites, with comfortable space for up to 150 players. The adjacent Cockington Suite will be used as an analysis room.
With three bars offering lunchtime food and snacks, a luxurious dining room, and several comfortable lounges, and free WiFi in all public rooms, there is no need for Congress participants to leave the hotel - notwithstanding the delights of Torquay and the seafront.
During the Congress a special chess lunch will be offered to participants.
Livermead House is offering a special package to congress participants as follows.
- Bed & Breakfast on the Friday and Saturday nights of the Congress (Friday 6th and Saturday 7th November 2020) at £62 per person per night.
- Dinner, Bed & Breakfast on the Friday and Saturday nights of the Congress at £67 per person per night.
- There is also the possibility of extending your stay (Thursday/Sunday) at an additional £50 per person per night (Bed & Breakfast) for these extra nights, or £55 per person per night (Dinner Bed & Breakfast).
- There is a £5 per night supplement for rooms with a sea view, and a single occupancy supplement of £10 per night.
For further details or reservations, please call 01803 294361 or email email@example.com. Please quote "Chess Congress" when booking, to secure the special rates above.
Click here for a large Google map, and click here for directions on the hotel's website. Note: the Livermead House Hotel is not to be confused with the Livermead Cliff Hotel - the Livermead House Hotel is on the inland side of Torbay Road, whereas the Livermead Cliff Hotel is a few hundred metres further south (towards Paignton) and on the seaward side of the road.