Avenue Park Guest House

Guest House in Torquay, Devon

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3 Avenue Road
Torquay
Devon
England
TQ2 5LA

Avenue Park Guest House, Torquay

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Avenue Park Guest House offers quality bed & breakfast in Torquay in a relaxed & friendly atmosphere, 500m from beach, 5 minutes to train & conference centre, level stroll to harbour & town. Our guests return again and again to experience our friendly atmosphere and attentive service as well as our delicious breakfasts, stylish rooms and good food. Our guest reviews impart a true view of our guests opinion on our excellence - check them out on TripAdvisor.com and on our own website comments page

Avenue Park Guest House offers quality bed & breakfast accommodation in Torquay in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, where your comfort and convenience comes first. All 8 bedrooms are ensuite and tastefully decorated to provide clean and comfortable quality accommodation. We are ideally located with open views across parkland and a short level walk to the sea front and other amenities and attractions.

Avenue Park Guest House is owned by Keith & Sandra Walker who look forward to welcoming you and making your stay as comfortable and pleasurable as possible and pride themselves in their warm welcome and friendly service along with good food and clean comfortable accommodation. Ideally located 500 metres from the beach and just 50 metres from Torre Abbey mansions and gardens, you can enjoy a short walk that takes in the museum, art gallery and grounds which lead to tennis courts, a bowling green, crazy golf, a pitch and put and the beach. Walking along the sea front for a further few minutes will bring you to The Princess Theatre which hosts all kinds of shows and entertainers and then Torquay harbour and town centre with its shops and restaurants.

The train station is closer at just 5 minutes walk. We are also a 4 minute walk from The Riviera Centre with its swimming pool, gym and restaurants, so ideal for attending conferences and events. For those interested in walking Avenue Park provides the ideal base for exploring the South West coastline.

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