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Fleurie House
50 Bampfylde Road
Torquay
Devon

TQ2 5AY | View map

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Good morning and welcome to Fleurie House bed and breakfast in Torquay from your resident hosts Carol & Malcolm. Our elegant and beautifully presented bed & breakfast is situated in an ideal location just a short walk from Torquay sea front and The English Riviera centre. Excellent transport links are close by for travel throughout Torquay, Torbay, South Devon and beyond.

Fleurie House is an elegant Victorian villa with 7 beautifully decorated en-suite rooms, all well appointed with crisp linen, fluffy towels & complimentary toiletries. All rooms are centrally heated & have remote colour TV, Hair dryer, Beverage tray and many more personal touches to help make your stay a special one. We have books for guests use, a sun terrace where you can catch some afternoon sun after a busy day or relax with a glass of wine. (although we are not licensed, guests are free to bring their own.) We also have a free off road car park for 6 cars. Free WiFi internet connection is available in all of our rooms.

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