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Welcome to Beacon House

Address: South Furzeham Road, Brixham, TQ5 8JB

Telephone: 01803 428720 01803 428720

Hotel Description

Nestled in the heart of this ancient fishing town, Beacon House Bed & Breakfast commands the most stunning views of Brixham harbour and beyond. Our iconic Victorian building built in 1853, is steeped in history and we have just completed an extensive but compassionate re-furbishment programme to return it to its former glory. Now we can offer guests a unique relaxed atmosphere to both enjoy in itself but also as a base to explore the many events and venues in Brixham, Dartmouth (circa 4 miles) and surrounding area. Guests have exclusive usage of the private car park situated adjacent to the house. The sheltered gravel patio area has spectacular views of the marina and breakwater and a gate off the patio leads onto Prospect Steps and a short walk to the harbour front with its bustling atmosphere, bars, cafe's restaurants and shops. Each of our four uniquely designed, themed bedrooms have sea views, full en suite facilities (Marina View has a stand alone "roll top" bath), Wi Fi, 27" flat screen TV with Free view. Our premier room is Bay view with breath taking panoramic views of the harbour, marina and out into Torbay from is own 4m long balcony. Guests can start the day in the bright, sunny breakfast room The Dairy, with its wonderful views, hige bay window and solid oak furniture. Here guests can a wide choice of freshly prepared breakfasts with locally sourced produce....................hopefully all tastes will be catered for. The adjacent guest lounge, the Drawing Room, has a more tranquil atmosphere where visitors can catch up with the news (full Sky TV), read a book, browse the morning papers or just meet up with fellow guests, family and friends. Your stay at Beacon House may "start with the view", but as your hosts, Amanda and Nigel, we will try to ensure you leave with happy memories and the desire to return again and again.

Our Facilities

  • Parking Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Inroom Breakfast
  • Bridal Suite
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • Luxury Accommodation
  • Vegetarian Food Available
  • Romantic Breaks
  • Walking Holidays
  • Country Retreat

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Attractions - Beacon House

Torquay Centre - Town Centre

Torquay Centre - Town Centre

Distance 4.51 miles (7.22 km)
Known as Queen of the Riviera in Victorian times Torquay possesses some of the best of the English weather and most sought after beaches. Stroll along the palm lined promenade watching the rows of graceful Victorian terraces and white villas pass you by or just lay by the almost tropical beaches as the sea gently rolls in. Enjoy an entertaining nightlife presenting theatres, pubs, night clubs and quality Continental foods from all around the world. Weather youre looking for Cantonese, Thai, Indian, Italian, Spanish or even specialist seafood bistros and traditional cuisine tempt your taste buds in the English Riviera.

Dartmouth Castle - Devon - Castle

Dartmouth Castle - Devon - Castle

Distance 4.52 miles (7.23 km)
This brilliantly positioned defensive castle juts out into the narrow entrance to the Dart Estuary, with the sea lapping at its foot. Begun in the late 14th century, the castle was intended to protect the warehouses and homes of Dartmouths merchants. It was one of the earliest castles built with the prospect of artillery attack in mind. It is said that Chaucer based The Shipman character in his Canterbury Tales on the colourful John Hawley the merchant and mayor of Dartmouth who built the first castle on this site. Today, you can enjoy other tales of the castle as you journey through time from the Tudor period and the Civil War to World War II. Displays on the castles 600-year history add to the experience.