Amber House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

6 Roundham Road
Paignton
Devon
England
TQ4 6EZ

Amber House, Paignton

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Welcome to Amber House. A totally non-smoking 4 star Guest Accommodation with Visit Britain Silver Award for demonstrating exceptional quality of service, hospitality and cleanliness. 6 sea-view-rooms, ground floor rooms, single rooms, licensed bar, evening meals available, garden, free on-site parking.

Close proximity to beach and park, quiet location.

 4 star rating

From: £26.00


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