Earlston House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Earlston House, 31 St Andrews Road
Paignton
Devon
England
TQ4 6HA

Earlston House, Paignton

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Earlston House is small but has a big reputation for good home cooked food, comfortable beds and a warm and friendly atmosphere. Ideally situated for the beaches of Goodrington and Paignton.

Marie and Sally Conroy welcome you to Earlston House, small but with a warm and friendly atmosphere in an elevated, quiet residential area of Paignton. Visit Britain Four Star Guest Accommodation rating. Ideally situated for both Goodrington and Paignton beaches.

The English Riviera is renowned for its unusually mild climate, offering a wide variety of attractions year-round for visitors of all ages and interests. It is a great place to relax, soak up the atmosphere, take in the scenery, the parks and the gardens and enjoy the experience of a holiday in a classical English seaside resort, at all times of the year. Sporting opportunities abound and a rich variety of evening entertainment is provided throughout the bay, all year round.

All rooms at Earlston House are ensuite and well equipped. We have a big reputation for good home cooked food and comfort, a real home from home. Parking available for guest and WiFi access available in the public areas.

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