Reviews - Anzac Street B+Bistro


2 Anzac Street, Dartmouth, TQ6 9DL

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100% would recommend it to a friend


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  • carol p

  • October 2014

Enjoyable stay in Dartmouth

Lovely B&B.

Simon and Aga are a welcoming and pleasant couple. The room was lovely with everything you would expect in a 4* B&B. The bed was particularly comfortable. Simon was a great help with parking. Breakfast very nice with plenty of choice. The Bistro was not open on the days we visited but we will visit again on Tues through Saturday next time.

  • Emma C

  • July 2014

Really nice B&B in a lovely location

This is a nice little B&B above a bistro.

The street its on is probably the nicest street in Dartmouth, full of pretty little shops, very quaint. You are right in the heart of the town and just a few minutes walk from the water. There is no parking at the b&b though and parking in Dartmouth is very limited.

The owners were very nice and helpful, and very accomodating.

The room was nice, it was large for a B&B and the bed was super comfy. There was also a walk in wardrobe and a fridge, plus tea and coffee making facilities, and a good sized en suite bathroom too. We were at the top of the house though and the wifi didn't stretch up there, which would be my only very slight complaint.

Breakfast was very nice, everything was very well cooked.

I would highly recommend for the room and the location - I think the prices are a little high (but not bad value) - all of Devon and Cornwall is very pricey.

  • Barnaby Wheeler

  • April 2014

Dartmouth, the Venice of Devon but with hills

Anzac was perfect for our spring weekend break.

Simon and Aga are engaging and considerate hosts . Our room was full of character with its wide floorboards and two little windows looking out over the roof tops. All mod cons squeezed into a small space with a history. We enjoyed being right in the middle of the town. We had a very good supper and excellent breakfasts too - nice 'house' coffee.