Ashurst Lodge Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Torquay, Devon

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Ashurst Lodge Guest House, Torquay

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Accommodation Description:

ASHURST LODGE is a 3 star accommodation, centrally located with clean and comfortable rooms (single, twin, double and family) either en-suite or non en-suite. All rooms have TV and complementary beverage tray. Hairdryers and ironing facilities are available on request.

Car park for 9 vehicles is available at the front of the Guesthouse. Breakfast, continental or full English, is included in price. Collection from RailBus station is available with prior arrangement.

Excellent value for money.

 3 star rating

From: £20.00

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