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B and Bs in Paignton

The Torland
24 Sands Road
Paignton
Devon

TQ4 6EJ | View map
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All our bedrooms are en-suite, mostly shower and toilet, some with bath and offer a very high standard of cleanliness. All are equipped with digital colour television, radio & alarm clocks, tea and coffee making facilities and a hair dryer. We welcome, singles, couples and families with children of all ages but regret no stag or hen parties. Evening Meals available on request, simply place your order in the morning. The Torland is well known for its high standard of cuisine and a varied choice of menu with a selection of hot dishes and salads using local produce wherever possible and produced by resident chef/proprietor. Enjoy a drink and discuss your days events with your friends or round off your evening with a nightcap or two in the cosy atmosphere of our Olde Worlde Bar. Or relax in the lounge overlooking the bay We have ample car parking with spaces available at both the front and rear. The town centre, rail and bus stations, shops, bars and restaurants are all within a 5 to 10 minute walk. Easy access to Torquay for its' vibrant night life, nightclubs and bars and to Brixham famous for its' Fish Restaurants and narrow steep streets

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