Trentham Guest House

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6 Norman Road

Trentham Guest House, Paignton

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Accommodation Description:

We are a small family run bed and breakfast where your holiday experience is very important to us. We are in the seaside town of Paignton South Devon. Close to the seafront and shops etc.

Our central location in The English Riviera means you can enjoy everything Torbay has to offer this may include beautiful coastal walks or fantastic places of interest to visit. Torbay known for its warm climate consists of the 3 towns Paignton Torquay & Brixham there really is something for everyone.

Our guest house has 4 en-suite bedrooms and 1 pet friendly bedroom with private bathroom our small b&b is ideal if you like a relaxed friendly atmosphere and home from home feel. We know how important your holiday is so rest assured we will do our best for you. Paignton is part of Torbay also known as The English Riviera.

Our ideal location in Paignton is central for all activities in the bay with Torquay 3 miles in one direction and Brixham 5 miles the opposite direction. This means you are never far from a coastal walk or a quick bus ride to get you around the bay to make the most of your holiday. If you don't want to venture far we are approx 200 yds from Paignton Green the Pier and beautiful Paignton beach.

We have plenty of beautiful beaches and coves for you to explore in the bay the 2 nearest namely Preston beach this is attached to Paignton beach when the tide is out a little also past Paignton harbour you will find Goodrington beach this is a lovely walk from the guest house along the coastal path. If your interest is history you can go to Kents caverns for an underground journey where Britain's oldest jawbone was unearthed. There are also numerous listed buildings one of which is Torre Abbey where you can discover 800 years of history.

The arrival of Brunel's railway in 1859 led to the devolpment of Paignton as a seaside town Brunel's viaduct with the steam train crossing over it is quite a site. Berry head nature reserve is one of our favourite walks where you can see the quarry from which the stone was used to create the Napoleonic forts there. After a wonderful day there are plenty of places to relax and unwind or if you wish dance the night away.

The English Riviera has its own micro climate this means the palm trees grow naturally and is a lovely feature of the bay. We are always happy to give guidance about places of interest to visit things to do and places to eat so you can make the most of your holiday with us.

 4 star rating

From: £58.00

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