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B and Bs in Torquay

Ashleigh House
61 Meadfoot Lane

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The Ashleigh Guest House in Torquay is a substantial Victorian villa of enormous character and charm, retaining many original features. Guests at Ashleigh House enjoy all the considerable advantages of its sought after position in a quiet and most attractive residential suburb close to all the amenities and within walking distance of the sea. Dogs are also welcome at the Ashleigh Guest House.

All rooms have colour televisions, clock radios and tea and coffee making facilities. The beds are comfortable and bed linen and towels are regularly changed. In addition, there is a charming residents lounge with a wide screen television and a selection of family videos. After a good nights sleep, a satisfying full English Breakfast is available between 8.30am and 9.30am in the elegant dining room. Alternatively, waistline watchers can choose from the varied menu of Continental and Light breakfasts.


Ratings/Awards: ETB 3 diamonds
AA 3 Stars
Visit England 4 Stars

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast & parking permit
Double: £25 - £29 - based on two adults
child prices from £7
3 night mini break deals from £69
Single: from £35
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Children Welcome
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No Smoking Rooms
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