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« Reply #105 on: October 23, 2018, 09:02:46 am »

For a top notch B&B in Paignton, try Merritt House in Queens Road. Has had over 200 5 stars on Trip advisor out of 211 and the others were 4 star. The cleanest most comfortable place I have ever stayed in, and the quality and quantity of the exceptional range of breakfasts simply has to be seen ( and eaten) to believed !You will want for absolutely nothing here, as Kim and Steve, the hosts, have thought of it already. Just 5 minutes from the station and seafront.
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« Reply #106 on: October 24, 2018, 06:33:25 pm »

I had a sea view of sorts (some of the rooms face that way and the sea is viewable between the buildings outside).

Bus stops nearby as well. There isn't a restaurant/bar, but being in the middle of Ryde town that isn't a problem as there are plenty of alternatives (as you mentioned!).

I was at the rear, 1st floor, backed on to a courtyard alleyway kind of thing.
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« Reply #107 on: October 24, 2018, 06:37:39 pm »

Had a recent stay at Ryde Travelodge. Standard Travelodge. Handy location 5 min walk from Ryde Esplanade, hovercraft, and catermaran. Wetherspoons 2 min walk. Despite its town centre Location it was very quiet, good sound deadening I guess. I slept well, it was clean, and I paid £34 (of Which I earned 5% cash back through my card issuer)

I've not stayed in a Travelodge since checking into one in London and finding the shower curtain covered in blood - it was like something out of Psycho - I was refused a refund so I told them I'd taken pictures, was about to send them to the Evening Standard and would be checking into the Hilton & sending them the bill. I got the refund.
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« Reply #108 on: October 24, 2018, 09:42:07 pm »

For a top notch B&B in Paignton, try Merritt House in Queens Road. Has had over 200 5 stars on Trip advisor out of 211 and the others were 4 star. The cleanest most comfortable place I have ever stayed in, and the quality and quantity of the exceptional range of breakfasts simply has to be seen ( and eaten) to believed !You will want for absolutely nothing here, as Kim and Steve, the hosts, have thought of it already. Just 5 minutes from the station and seafront.

Looks good on its website but why “The property is in a 10-minute walk to Paignton city center.”

Since when was Paignton given city status and moved across the Atlantic?
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