Channel Vista Guest House, Combe Martin

Address:
4 Woodlands
Postcode/City:
EX34 0AT Combe Martin
County:
Devon, England
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01271 883514
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Feel at home at Channel Vista Guest House.Providing good quality Bed and breakfast, b&b, or half board accommodation. Happy children and friendly dogs welcome.


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Channel Vista is a late Victorian property situated on the South West Coast Path in the seaside village of Combe Martin, 4 miles from Ilfracombe. Rated 3* by Visit England. Clive and Linda Leyland guarantee you a warm and friendly welcome. There are 6 bedrooms all of them en suite.
One of them is a 2 room family suite with a separate room for the kids with full size bunk beds, (mum and dad get the 4 poster bed). Rooms have freeview TV, central heating and tea and coffee making facilities. Dogs are very welcome by arrangement, we have our own dog, McPhee.
We have on site parking, a stair lift between ground and first floors, a cosy licensed bar and a relaxed attitude to life. Combe Martin is central to numerous attractions in the area.

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