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Babbacombe Guest House
53 Babbacombe Road

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The proprietors, welcome you to the Babbacombe Guest House, which is a well situated, and lovely Torquay bed and breakfast/ guest house in the heart of Babbacombe. The babbacombe accommodation is a lovely 4 star accredited guest houses which is located just a short level walk from the sea front and downs, between Oddicombe and Babbacombe Beaches. The spectacular views from Babbacombe Downs are just 300 yards away, St Marychurch's popular shopping precinct is just a 5 minutes walk away, and the main town centre of Torquay is just a few minutes drive away. For weekly accommodation in Torquay, England you can't get a better deal than those offered at Babbacombe Guest House.Just a short walk away from well situated and beautiful Beech Close is the world famous Babbacombe Model Village. You may also want to pay the Babbacombe Theatre a visit to, as it is a fantastic venue with great acts and is set on top of the Babbacombe Downs. Most shows include an interlude and in the summer the Downs provides wonderfully exhilarating scenery while awaiting the rest of the show. Babbacombe also has the Bygones Victorian Museum, the world famous Model Village, and a delightful precinct of small, friendly shops, pubs and other amenities in and around the area.Please Note: Non-smoking Premises. Pets are Permitted on the premises (By Prior Arrangement). Off street parking is available. All Children are Welcome and Check-in time: 14:00 Check-out time: 10:00

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