The Roslyn Hotel

Bed and Breakfast in Paignton, Devon

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7 Beach Road

The Roslyn Hotel, Paignton

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Terry & Lesley would like to welcome you to their family run guesthouse. Only 100yds from a red sandy beach, with seafront facilities including bars, restaurants, 3D multiplex cinema, pier, harbour. The guesthouse is 2 minutes level walk to the town centre, train and bus station.

All of the bedrooms provide quality accommodation that helps make a comfortable stay. There is Freeview TV, complementry beverage tray, towels, WiFi access, hairdryer & ironing equipment on request.

The Roslyn in Paignton is a family run B&B within 100 yds of the seafront. The Pier, 3D Mulitplex Cinema, many Restaurants, Cafes and Bars are all less than 2 minutes walk. we have the convience of Railway and Bus Stations and the Town Centre a few minutes walk from the guesthouse.

Lesley and Terry as owners have a priority to make everyone's stay friendly, comfortable and enjoyable as possible. There are 6 guest bedrooms ranging from single person to family size accommodation. All guest rooms have Freeview TV, complementry beverage tray, towels, free WiIFi access, central heating throughout, hairdryer and ironing equipment available on request.

There is a large airy dining room where you can enjoy a delicious breakfast that will set you up for the day. The breakfast menu includes a choice of tea, coffee, fruit juices, milk, choices of cereals, fresh fruit, and a full English breakfast: back bacon, butcher's sausage, farm eggs (fried, poached, scrambled, boiled), mushrooms, tomatoes or baked beans, toast, jams & marmalade. We endeavour to cater for all diets if you let us know.

Packed lunches can be arranged at an extra cost. The English Riviera has a wonderful mild climate and proves popular to visitors throughout the year. The are has 22 miles of stunning coastline with 20 beaches and coves, cliff walks and offers stunning seafront public gardens, Harbours, Sea Fishing and Boat Trips.

Terry can try and arrange fishing trips on local boats if notice is given and the weather is kind. Nearby attractions include Paignton Zoo, Paignton Steam Railway, theatres, leisure centres, Splashworld Waterpark, golf courses, mini and crazy golf, Kents Cavern, National Trust sites, Babbacombe Model Village, Buckfast Abbey, Dartmoor National Park, Plymouth and Exeter shopping centres. There are many events that are held on Paignton Green during the season that include: funfairs, exhibitions, charity fetes (including B-MAD weekend Bikers), classic car shop.

 3 star rating

From: £23.00

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