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Melba House Hotel
62 Bampfylde Rd

TQ2 5AY | View map

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One of the best-located bed and breakfast hotels in Torquay, Melba House is just a short stroll away from the seafront and only 200 metres from the conference centre. This traditional English bed and breakfast hotel has a quintessentially English location, overlooking the surrounding tranquil parkland and the nearby cricket pitch. Fully refurbished in the last 12 months, all of the charming en suite accommodation is well appointed and comfortable and all of the rooms have a flat-screen LCD TV.

Melba House has a quiet, peaceful atmosphere, and is the ideal place to relax and unwind, whether you are enjoying a seaside holiday in Torquay or visiting the area on business. The town centre, train station, seafront and conference centre are just a short, level walk away. The residence boasts its own private car park and free secure Wi-Fi wireless internet access is available throughout the building.

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