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Homecliffe Hotel
5-6 Wilton Pde

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Close to the sea, conference centre and within walking distance of theatres and shops, welcome to the newly-refurbished Homecliffe, with en suite rooms including 2 fabulous jacuzzi suites. From the 4th Of September 2009, an inclusive speciality Homecliffe Breakfast and Table d'hote evening meal will be served in the dining room. There is also a spacious bar area and sun lounge, where guests may relax.

Each of the rooms is luxuriously furnished and equipped with telephones, flat-screen televisions, internet connections and tea/coffee makers. Whether you are with us for a main holiday, a short break, a theatre break or a special occasion, your every comfort is our highest priority and we pride ourselves on our service and on giving great value for money. If you would like us to arrange theatre bookings etc., we would be happy to advise and assist in any way we can.

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