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Providing stunning cliff-top views of the south Devon coast, Berry Head Hotel in Brixham has a heated indoor pool and spa bath and business and function facilities. Great hotel. Welcoming staff. Very comfortable bed, amazing sea view, pleasant bar and a first class...
Situated in Paignton, 200 metres from Goodrington Sands Beach, Cleve Court Hotel features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a bar and a shared lounge. We liked the spacious, sunny room and the comfortable beds.
Set in Stoke Fleming, 800 metres from Blackpool Sands Beach, Stoke Lodge Hotel offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a bar. From our arrival to our departure the staff at Stoke Lodge Hotel made us feel extremely welcome and...
Browns Hotel is a charming, independently run property located just 200 metres from the Dartmouth waterfront. Free WiFi is accessible throughout. Delicious breakfast, very comfortable room and a relaxing stay.
Located in the coastal town of Paignton, at the heart of Torbay and the English Riviera, this Victorian seaside hotel offers free WiFi, free parking, excellent cuisine, comfortable accommodation,... Hotel was in a great position next to Goodrington Sands. Breakfast and cleanliness were very good.
With a magnificent location, looking out over the harbour and the River Dart, right in the heart of Dartmouth, this 17th-century building offers bright, airy rooms, free Wi-Fi and a stylish... Loved the scenery from the hotel. Nice restaurant and breakfast.
Set in Brixham, 1.2 km from St Mary's Bay Beach, Provident, Maritime Suites, Brixham features rooms with sea views and free WiFi.
Located in Brixham, 1.2 km from St Mary's Bay Beach, Vigilance, Maritime Suites, Brixham features rooms with sea views and free WiFi. All units in the hotel are equipped with a kettle.
Well worth the visit. Great views. We walked to the castle from the town centre, which took about 25 minutes. Lovely walk, with nice views. The castle itself, is in fact a fort. Friendly staff too. This is an English heritage site, which is part funded by the government. We were told that the government will cut all funding from next year. I’m assuming that they don’t value the heritage of this country. Shocking. For the return journey we took the ferry. The ferry was a small boat. It cost £2.50 each for a single journey. This is a must. The ferryman was very friendly, and would stop on the way to point out some interesting facts.
Gorgeous views. Walk there from Dartmouth to enjoy all the views and houses on the way, then take the boat back to see Dartmouth from the river. £2.50/adult £1.50/child. Pack a picnic and head down to one of the coves for a relaxing lunch
this is English Heritage owned and well worth looking around as there is so much history within the walls and many amazing views from most sides of the castle. Not suitable for people who find steps and awkward entrances etc. difficult.