Robertsbrook Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Robertsbrook Guest House, 35 Kings Road West
Swanage
Dorset
England
BH19 1HF

Robertsbrook Guest House, Swanage

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Robertsbrook Guest House is a warm and friendly Guest House, situated opposite Swanage Stream Railway, 2 minutes from the town centre and 3 minutes away from the beach

Welcome to Robertsbrook Guest House. Enjoy a lovely Holiday in Swanage whether it?s for a weekend, mini-break or longer. Swanage and Robertsbrook Guest House is the ideal location to discover Dorset and the Jurassic Coast.

Robertsbrook Guest House offers bed & breakfast in a warm and friendly atmosphere, with comfortable rooms and exceptional breakfasts. We also offer an in house Complementary Therapy Service. Robertsbrook Guest House in situated close to the town centre, opposite the famous Swanage Steam Railway Station, with the beach only a few minutes away.

Our Guest Lounge/Breakfast Room has a TV with Freeview for your use, plus a number of DVDs and CDs. There is also a selection of games for your relaxation. We offer off-the-road car parking, as well as a non-smoking environment in which to enjoy your stay.

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From: £65.00

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