The Commodore Paignton

Dog Friendly

Sea Front

Quality En-suite

Bed and Breakfast

Guest Comments 

14/08/2017 - Roy & Mary

What a great place, Welcome - Breakfast, clean warm homely place, just like being at home!!

A BIG THANK YOU.


18/08/2017 - Karen + Kevin

Wonderful Time

Great Breakfast

And Accommodation


20/8/2017 - Janet & Dennis

Birmingham

A pleasant 4 days break. Good food & pleasant hosts. Very enjoyable. Thankyou.


20/08/2017 - Nigel & Sharon

Shropshire

Thank you very much for a lovely stay. Breakfast to die for.

At The Commodore Paignton, we have 7 en-suite guest rooms, all named after prominent, historical inhabitants or visitors to Paignton.

1st Floor

Sea View
Double Bed

Issac Singer
Room (7)

Isaac Merrit Singer built Oldway Mansion, and many of the prominent buildings in Paignton, invented the singer sewing machine, portable and afordable for use in the home.

Double Bed

En-suite Shower

1st Floor

Sea View

 Kingsize Bed

Agatha Christie Room (8)

Greenway House was Agatha Christie's country retreat where she wrote many of her books, using local landmarks as inspiration and content for her novels.


Two 2ft 6" single beds
or linked together
making a 5ft Kingsize bed

En-suite Shower

1st Floor

No View
Family Room

Napoleon Bonapart (9)

After his defeat at Waterloo, Napoleon was imprisoned on HMS Bellerophon which was anchored in Torbay for a while making Napoleon the bays frist major tourist attraction.


Double bed &
3ft 6" bunk beds

En-suite bath with shower.

1st Floor

No View
Twin Room

Guilbert & Sullivan (10)

The Pirates of Penzance was premiered at the Royal Bijou Theater Paignton. The D'Oyly Carte family who produced many Gilbert & Sullivan Operas, lived at Coleton Fishacre.


Two 3ft 6" Single Beds

En-suite Shower

2nd Floor

Sea View
Double Bed

Francis Drake
Room (11)

A replica of Drake's ship the Golden Hind can be seen at Brixham Harbour, his house Buckland Abbey and 'Drake's Drum ' are only 40 mins away.


Double Bed

En-suite Shower

2nd Floor

Sea View Superior, Double Bed

Isambard Kingdom Brunel Room (12)

Brunel built the railway that still links Penzance with London via Paignton and the South Devon Coast. He also built the station at Dartmouth which is one of the only stations in England to have never seen a train.


Superior Double Bed

En-suite bath with shower over.

2nd Floor

Town View Superior
Kingsize Bed

William Of Orange
Room (14)

William of Orange landed at Brixham with 35,000 men on the 5/11/1688. He marched on London Unopposed after James II sought sanctuary in France. This was the last successfull Invasion of the British Isles


Kingsize Bed

En-suite Shower

2nd Floor

Town View Superior
Kingsize Bed

Horatio Nelson
Room (15)

Nelson visited Torbay on many occassions staying at Torre Abbey in 1801. French Prisoners from the Napolionic wars were housed in the Spanish Barn at Torre Abbey also. 

 

Kingsize Bed

En-suite Shower