Sea Spray House

Guest Accommodation in Paignton, Devon

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Sea Spray Hotel 1 Beach Road

Sea Spray House, Paignton

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Accommodation Description:

The Sea Spray is a fully licensed family guesthouse, providing the services of many small hotels. We are situated in a very popular area, just 100 yards from the seafront with its long sandy beaches and the town centre. The bus and railway stations are a mere 5 minutes walk.

All our rooms are spacious and extremely comfortable, having colour TV , teacoffe facilities and free WiFi access, sea view and en-suite available. The Sea Spray is the perfect location for your stay in Paignton.

 3 star rating

From: £26.00

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