B and Bs in Paignton

Brampton Guest House
11 Beach Road

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The Brampton is a guest house dedicated to providing a home from home atmosphere in a very clean and friendly environment. We will always do our best to accommodate your requirements to make your stay with us pleasurable and one to remember. Situated in the heart of Paignton, only 2 minutes level walk to town or long sandy beach and the bus and railway stations are also a few minutes walk. Our rooms are tastefully decorated, all having TV, freeview, hairdryers, tea & coffee making facilities, guest products etc. There is also a comfortable lounge where all our guests can sit and relax.

Tariff includes a full English breakfast you will find hard to beat! Light alternatives are also available.

The surrounding area offers plenty of things to do for all, including local amusements in the town and on the pier and for those long summer days, there is even a waterpark nearby. Not to forget of course fishing from the harbourside. Come rain or shine there are many attractions and the guest house supplies all guests with room packs detailing places to visit as well as a more extensive set of leaflets in reception.

All major debit/credit cards accepted.


Number of Rooms: 9

Price per Person

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: 18 (low) - 26 (high)
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Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For -Prior notice required
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
TV in Rooms - Freeview

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