Easton Court

Guest House in Paignton, Devon

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

5 St. Andrews Road
Paignton
Devon
England
TQ4 6HA

Easton Court, Paignton

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The Owners would like to offer you a warm welcome to Easton Court Guest House. Whether you are staying with us for one night or a fortnight we want to enjoy your time with us. We are situated close to Paignton harbour and only a short walk to the beach and Paignton town centre.

Whether you are staying with us for one night or a fortnight we want to enjoy your time with us. We are situated close to Paignton harbour and only a short walk to the beach and Paignton town centre. The coach park and railway station are within easy walking distance should you want to leave the car and strike out to see some of the beautiful Devon attractions.

You may want to enjoy the boat trips across the bay to Torquay, Brixham and Babbacombe or just relax in our large garden or lounge and just make yourself feel at home. Double, Twin & Family en-suite rooms. Ironing boards and irons are available.

All rooms have beverage making facilities, TV with freeview and DVD player, radio alarm clocks, hair dryers. We offer a pick up service from the train or coach station, free of charge. We offer a pick up service from the train or coach station, free of charge.

This must be booked in advance. We serve a varied bar snack menu which is available all day and evenings meals are available between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.

These are served from a menu of choice or daily specials. So if you want to relax in our dining area with a dink and a bite to eat ? be our guest. Weather permitting you can also sit in the garden to eat.

There are also a lot of good places to eat out and we can recommend the best places for a family meal or something special for two. We know all the best places. If you have any special dietary needs, just let us know and we can accommodate.

We have a large enclosed feature garden at the back with a decked area and plenty seating for you to relax with a meal or drinks. There is also a lawned area for children to play. This must be booked in advance.

From the end of the M5 follow signs for A380 Torquay, go across main roundabout at Newton Abbott and through the village of Kingskerswell. At the next roundabout turn right still on A380. At second roundabout turn left and follow road down to traffic lights.

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