How to Reach us by Road
Satellite Navigation – The Hotel Postcode is EX7 0NA. If using a satellite navigation system (Sat Nav) please ignore the instruction to turn into Week Lane (very narrow and uneven surface, impassable for large vehicles) and continue on to the next main road junction (300 metres, turn left just by the copse, signposted Dawlish Warren & Hotel)
From Exeter and the North
From Plymouth and the West
All customers of the hotel, who book direct, (both resident and non-resident), are still able to park free of charge, but you are required to sign in at Reception with your car registration on arrival.
Please ensure that all vehicles in your party are registered, to avoid penalties.
Please note that all penalties come directly from Smart Parking, not the hotel, and if you receive a fine and wish to contest it, you will need to contact Smart Parking.
How to Reach us by Rail
Book to Dawlish Train Station. The station is only two miles from the hotel, where there is a taxi rank, please contact us on 01626 868000 if you require assistance contacting a taxi.
Dawlish Warren station is unmanned and is located around 400 metres from the Langstone Cliff Hotel. It is a short walk to the hotel. There are 2 platforms at Dawlish Warren station the Seaward side receives trains from London and the North, the inland platform receives trains from Plymouth and the South.
To get to the Langstone Cliff Hotel walk off the platform and proceed down the slope towards the road. From London and the north you will need to proceed under the rail bridge turning away from the sea.Please see the green lines on the map.
Just beyond the roundabout on Beach road is a junction, you may walk straight up the hill approximately 100 metres following the red track on the map, then past the Mount Pleasant Inn on the left. Proceed approximately 80 metres past the Mount Pleasant Inn the Hotel driveway is clearly marked on the Left.
Alternatively once past the roundabout you may follow the public footpath on your left following the blue route on the map and walk approximately 60 metres up the gently sloping path, past St. Mary’s Church Hall. Proceed approximately another 80 metres with the public car park on your left turn the corner and the hotel entrance is marked on your right after about 20 metres.
The blue route is a little shorter and follows a much shallower slope but is a little more uneven than the red route, it is also unlit after dark. The red route is steeper, follows the main road and has street lighting.