Guest House in Torquay, Devon

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539 Babbacombe Road

Kingsholm, Torquay

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Kingsholm is an Edwardian house providing AA 4-Star guest accommodation only 300 yards from Torquay Harbour. We offer B&B and serve home-cooked award-winning evening meals. There is a guest car park.

The Kingsholm offers 4-star AA graded guest accommodation only 300 yards from Torquay Harbour. The Kingsholm is a fine Edwardian house situated in a conservation area, with most rooms overlooking the ornamental trees of Torwood Gardens. It also offers an elegant guest lounge, spacious dining room and bar.

The resident owners, Alison & Debbie, offer a genuine friendly welcome and will even carry your bags to your room! We have 10 beautiful en-suite rooms with high ceilings and huge bay windows and serve beautifully presented home-cooked food. The Kingsholm is conveniently located, about 3 minutes walk from the harbour with cafes, bars and theatre, a 1 minute walk to Torquay Museum, 10 minutes walk to the conference and wedding facilities of the Imperial Hotel, 15 minute walk to Kent?s Cavern, 15 minute walk to conference facilities of the Riviera Centre and 10 minutes by car from Paignton Zoo and a short drive to Dartmoor or Plymouth. We have a private car park and half board is available with discounts for longer stays and mid-week breaks.

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