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Wilsbrook Guest House
77 Avenue Road
Torquay
Devon

TQ2 5LL | View map

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The Wilsbrook is an attractive three star Victorian guesthouse in a convenient location in Torquay. This five bedroom establishment is within 10 minutes walk of the best of the town’s facilities. It is ideal for families, couples and business travellers.The Wilsbrook is ideally located for visiting attractions such as Paignton Zoo, Living Coasts, Quay West water park and The Eden Project. The Riviera Centre is also nearby. A safe beach suitable for children is less than 10 minutes walk away. Restaurants, bars and clubs are within easy walking distance. The hotel is newly renovated and freshly decorated. There is a sun terrace and lounge with digital TV, CDs, DVDs and books for guests’ enjoyment. A full English or continental breakfast is included in the price and vegetarian options are available. The Wilsbrook has a private car park and offers free wireless Internet access. Torre and Torquay railway stations are both nearby.

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