Redlands Guest House

Guest House in Brixham, Devon

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136 New Road
Brixham
Devon
England
TQ5 8DA

Redlands Guest House, Brixham

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Redlands is a Victorian house, built around 1900, which has been modernised and restored with all the modern comforts, yet still retains its character and charm.

Redlands is a Victorian house, built around 1900 and has been modernised and restored with all the modern comforts, yet still retaining its character and charm. We are situated just a 10-minute walk from the bustle of the picturesque harbour with its excellent restaurants. The bustling harbour of Brixham boasts one of the most active commercial fishing fleets in England with daily boat trips and fishing excursions widely available.

Take a stroll around the marina, home to many motor cruisers, yachts and pleasure boats, then onto the breakwater. The inner harbour is home to a replica of Sir Francis Drake's famous 'Golden Hind'. The town itself offers various attractions including shops, pubs and numerous restaurants, catering for all tastes and specialising in locally caught seafood.

Redlands is fortunate to have its own on-site free car parking, unlike many in Brixham. Bookings commencing on a Friday or Saturday carry a minimum of a 2 night stay (in peak season). Your accommodation has been decorated to a very high standard with all the comforts and cleanliness you would expect at home.

Our aim is to make your stay as enjoyable and relaxing as possible. Pete & Jan Goldsworthy look forward to welcoming you personally.

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From: £53.50

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