Berkeley House

Guest house in Torquay, Devon

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39 Babbacombe Downs Road, Babbacombe
Torquay
Devon
England
TQ1 3LN

Berkeley House, Torquay

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Berkeley House is a small comfortable AA four star guest house, offering bed and breakfast, ideally situated upon Babbacombe Sea Front with magnificent views across the Downs and Lyme Bay. Front \'premier\' rooms offer sea facing balconies where you can sit and enjoy the breathtaking views. Front \'premier\' rooms offer either sea facing balconies where you can sit and enjoy the breathtaking vi

Our Guest House is located in the unspoilt area of Babbacombe Torquay, renowned for it\'s natural beauty. Some of the rooms overlook the lawned Downs and the Devon and Dorset coastline beyond - for guests to enjoy from their own private balconies. The view is spectacular.

Berkeley House is a four bedroomed family run guest house. All our delightfully decorated rooms are all ensuite and although dinner is not served, the acclaimed breakfasts which are served in our tea rooms will set you up for a good days sightseeing.... Eating out just couldn\'t be easier or more varied with a whole variety of choices within just a few yards of Berkeley House not forgetting our own Licensed Tea Rooms and Ice Cream Parlour.

St Marychurch preceinct is a short stroll away as is \"Plainmoor\" - The home of Torquay United Football Club and our own Babbacombe Theatre is right on our doorstep. There are two beaches Oddicombe and Babbacombe. Oddicombe is the sandier of the two whilst Babbacombe attracts many divers and fishermen.

The Babbacombe Model Village, Bygones and Kents Cavern are all easily accessable and within walking distance. Babbacombe also boasts it own Cliff Railway which runs from 1st March through to the end of October. The main town of Torquay with it\'s many attractions is just a short bus or car ride away.

Walking is a popular alternative using one of the many coastal cliff walks with spectacular scenery and views. On our website you will see many examples of this splendid coastline viewed from one of our balconies where you can sit and relax and watch the world go by. Whatever your choice, it can but bring peace of mind......

Our facilities include:- Sea front balconies All rooms ensuite TV/Freeview /DVD\'s Tea and Coffee making Hair dryers Collection from train / coach station when possible Car Parking Available Free WiFi Non Smoking Licensed Tea Rooms and Ice Cream Parlour

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