Burnside Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Ilfracombe, Devon

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EX34 8EQ

Burnside Guest House, Ilfracombe

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Accommodation Description:

Burnside is a small family run guest house offering a friendly and cosy atmosphere with freshly prepared local food. We also offer off road parking, comfortable residents lounge, where you can relax. All our rooms are en-suite, with Freeview TVs and compliment trays.

We are just a short walk from the harbour and all the local pubs and restaurants.

 4 star rating

From: £65.00

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