The Great Grubb Bed and Breakfast

Guest Accommodation in Totnes, Devon

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Plymouth Road

The Great Grubb Bed and Breakfast, Totnes

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Accommodation Description:

A warm welcome at The Great Grubb Bed and Breakfast. Four star, award winning contemporary accommodation that reflects the unique flavour of Totnes. We are located within walking distance of Totnes shops and Castle.

We have private parking. All of our BandB rooms are of a high standard with en-suite. We take pride in our home cooking and offer an extensive breakfast menu - using mainly locally sourced farm produce.

We have a guest lounge, sun terrace, and garden for our guests to enjoy. We free wi-fi access. We are environmentally conscious and recycle wherever possible.

 4 star rating

From: £60.00

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