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Great Western Hotel
4 Belle Vue Rd

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A theme hotel with toy trains and railway memorabilia as seen on Television. 150 metres walk to Steam Trains, Railway, Coach and Bus stations. 75 metres to beach,harbour and the town. The Great Western Hotel, an elegant detached Victorian villa is privately owned and run by proprietors Mel and Cathy Sherwood for the last 17 years, you are rest assured of a warm welcome. Spacious dining room overlooking the garden and the sea. Well appointed ensuite bedrooms: Licensed Bar: 24 hour CCTV surveillance in our Car Park. Please note: NON SMOKING HOTEL Celebrities who have stayed at our hotel:-The Late: John Huntley of Huntley Archives ; Ms Dawn Primarolo- former Labour MP now Labour Minister;the cast of Danny La Rue and his musical director Mr Dave Carter. Mr Frank Woodruff previous manager of Ken Dodd: Mrs May Kennedy grandmother of Curly Watts of Coronation Street; Ms Angela Watts soprano leading muscials in London ; Mr Oliver Horsborough, writer of various TV programmes such as Emmerdale; various BBC crew; Allen Levy formerly of London Toy Museum, now director of ACE Trains. Visitors - Jimmy Cricket; The Paignton and Dart Valley Railway Society; City of London Phonographic and Gramaphone Society; the Brixham Engineering Society;; The Aston Martin Club /Devon area 20 members,prominent members of the general public and loyal guests.Hotel is on Sands Rd, parking at rear 4 Belle Vue Rd.

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