Aveland House

Guest Accommodation in Torquay, Devon

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Aveland Road

Aveland House, Torquay

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Accommodation Description:

Aveland House is just a 5 minute walk to Babbacombe sea front, quietly situated near Cary Park.Close to beaches,shops, restaurants, theatres and bars,within easy reach of Torquay Harbour and Town.All en-suite rooms,with radio alarms,hairdryers,beverage making facilities and free wi-fi internet access. There are two lounges, with televisions and a seperate licensed bar. Prices include breakfast, Special diets catered for.

Early breakfast for business customers. Garden and Car Park AA 4 Star Guest Accommodation, Green Tourism Business Scheme Gold Award, Welcome to Excellence and Welcome International

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From: £36.00

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