Brookside Guest House is situated in the small fishing town of Brixham in Devon. A ten minute easy stroll takes you down to the harbour, to the local shops and the bustling bars & restaurants. Easy access for walks along the Southwest Coastal path to Torquay & Dartmouth. Brookside Guest House has, as well as 4 comfortable letting rooms, an attractive garden with comfortable seating for guests.
What makes a stay at Brookside Brixham unique?
Brookside Guest House is a little bit different to the normal guest house you would find as it offers guests the use of both a hot tub & an infrared sauna. This provides an alternative way to relax after a day exploring the surrouding areas. This guesthouse
is renowned for its high quality personal service and very comfortable and well stocked rooms. The dining room is
contemporary and the breakfast on offer provides a varied choice of locally grown produce where possible.
Also unique to this guesthouse is the availability of parking spaces for all guests.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Brookside Brixham?
Brookside Guest House prides itself on the facilities it offers guests in each of it's rooms. Each room has identical facilities with the exception of the size of the room and the bed. Each guest can expect to have in their room a comfortable bed with pocket sprung matresses, a sitting area, TV, silent running fridge, tea/coffee facilities with fresh milk, IPhone docking station, USB outlets, WiFI, robes & slippers, soft fluffy towels and a full range of toiletries. Brookside Guest House has 1 x single room with private bathroom, a double room en-suite, a Junior Suite situated on the ground floor and a Premier Suite that has a king size bed overlooking the garden. The garden offers comfortable seating where guests can relax after a day of sightseeing in the local area possibly enjoying either the Hot Tub, the Sauna or both.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Owner area?
Guests can enjoy many local attractions whilst staying at Brookside Guest House in Brixham, Situated within Torbay which consists of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham you can experience vists to local National Trust Houses, Waterparks, the famous Paignton Zoo, Berry Head, Cockington Court, Dartmouth & Dartmoor to name by a few. Also there are many activities on the water where you can take the ferry from Brixham to Torquay and where you will find a whole host of other activities. Why not walk the Agatha Christie Mile or spend an evening at one of the three theatres located within Torbay. For those who enjoy shopping Brixham is just a short drive away from Exeter where you will find all the big shops however, staying local, Brixham itself has lots of little individual shops to whet your appetite. From Paignton you can take the steam train to Dartmouth or from outside Brookside Guesthouse, the number 12 hop on, hop off bus which gives you access to over 30 different attractions. Brixham offers some seasonal activities and is particularly famous for its' Pirate Festival taking place in May - this is a huge success every year.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Food heaven is what you will find in Brixham with the number of good quality restaurant's which offer a varied choice of food that can accommodate all budgets. Brixham as a fishing port is known for it's fish restaurants serving the freshest fish straight from the fish market in the harbour. The choice is endless as Brixham offers Caribbean, Indian, Thai, Italian and it also has Michael Caine's trained staff working in the Lytehouse restaurant, one not to be missed. As well as this Brixham has a wealth of local pubs, mostly offering good food.
Brixham's position in the South West is unique and allows you to travel further afield from the Torbay area if you so wish to
visit some of the other attractions located along the Devon & Cornish Coast.