Harbour View B&B Brixham
Harbour View is an historic grade II listed building, formally the harbour masters house, built around 1850. Its prime location enjoys spectacular panoramic views across Brixham Harbour and beyond to Torbay and Torquay.
Converted to a hotel in the 1950’s, Harbour View has welcomed visitors to Brixham for nearly 60 years. Now with every modern convenience including free Wi-Fi and flat screen digital TV’s, you are invited to stay in one of our bright comfortable en-suite rooms and enjoy the experience for yourself.
Oh – and did we mention the view!
• All rooms en-suite or private bathroom – most with spectacular harbour views.
• Free reserved permit parking right on the harbour, opposite the hotel.
• Full cooked breakfast included in the room rate.
• Free Wifi.
• Flat screen multi channel TV’s with DVD players in every room.
• Rates from £26 per person per night (based on 2 sharing a double or twin room).
• AA 3 star rated guest accommodation.
Things to Do
Life in Brixham inevitably revolves around the sea so for all you sea dogs there are plenty of opportunities for you to dip your toes. Fishing, sailing, diving, canoeing, swimming and sunbathing are all on the doorstep.
For those who would prefer to stay firmly on dry land there is a variety of spectacular walks to suit all abilities be it coastal or parkland or why not just watch the world go by with a pint of beer or a cup of tea in your favourite pub or cafe.
In spite of its picturesque ‘pretty as a postcard’ feel, the historic port of Brixham is still one of the busiest commercial fishing ports in England. Every day dozens of trawlers unload their catch of squid, crabs, lobster, muscles & plaice. Much of the bounty is brought by local restaurants and the rest heads for top hotels and restaurants in London and the continent. Visitors can view the hustle and bustle of activity and the fish market from an elevated platform on the harbour side.
Many of the harbour side pubs are full of local fishermen who are never shy about sharing a few tales with visitors. Because it is a real working port, Brixham has avoided becoming a quaint, twee tourist trap.
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This page was last updated: 16 September 2011