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  • The Richwood

    From £49.50
    Torquay

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    Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival. After this date, charges will be...

  • Ambassador Guest House

    From £21.00
    Paignton

    Family run guest house only 200yrds level walk from Paignton sea front and harbour. A short stroll from town centre and other amenities including bus and rail stations.

  • Wellfield Guest House

    From £25.00
    Seaton

    An elegant detached property standing in it,s own grounds in a quiet residential area of Seaton with wonderful sea views.

  • Glebe House

    From £35.00
    Glebe Guesthouse
    Honiton
    Sleeps: 6 | 3 bedrooms

    Comfortable B&B in idyllic elevated situation with stunning views over the lovely Coly valley

  • Home House B&B Croyde

    From £70.00
    Braunton

    500 year old Thatched Cottage in the heart of Croyde, decorated in a contemporary style, close to all pubs, restaurants etc just a short walk to the beach. Great breakfasts made with locally sourced produce.

  • Crediton

    The beamed accommodation with views of the valley, gardens and orchard. Both en-suite rooms with breakfast room cum lounge and outdoor seating overlooking the orchard, provide complete privacy

  • Leigh Lodge

    From £49.00
    Axminster

    Family run B & B in Axminster only 5 minutes by car to Lyme Regis.Countryside views from your own private suite.

  • The Old Bakery B&B

    From £26.50
    Cullompton

    A comfortable and stylish B&B in mid-Devon with 4 large double rooms including family suite. Games Room. Ideal for families. 5 minutes to M5.

  • Little Widefield Farm

    From £30.00
    Okehampton

    17th century recently renovated Devon Farmhouse near Okehampton on the foothills of Dartmoor. Delicious breakfasts with own eggs, wood burning fire and pretty, mature gardens

  • The Oratory B&B

    From £30.00
    Tavistock

    Great B&B accommodation at the Oratory, Princetown, in part of the house that used to be the chapel of St John Vianney.

    The chapel annex is a bright and spacious and benefits from having its own private entrance. It makes a fantastic base for exploring

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