Paignton Court Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

17-19 Sands Road
Paignton
Devon
England
TQ4 6EG

Paignton Court Hotel, Paignton

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Stay with us for B&B while seeing the sights or catching up with family or friends. Paignton Court is a fine Victorian villa built in approximately 1860 as a gentleman s residence with hospitality in mind. We are noted for our array of hanging baskets and large off road free car park.

Situated within a short (level) walking distance of shops beach cinema train and bus stations. Your comfort is the priority of resident proprietors the Rose Family who take the greatest pleasure in warmly welcoming new and returning visitors to their conveniently situated licensed bed and breakfast jewel of South Devon s English Riviera.

 4 star rating

From: £48.00


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