Torquay Travel Guide

It does not matter if you are looking for a tranquil get away or a budget break in South Devon, a superb collection of accommodation available will meet all your expectations. South Devon is ready to offer you a plenty of choices, starting from small rural residences and seaside boltholes to larger hotel styles.

South Devon, with over 20 miles of beautiful coastline filled with cliffs, coves, and beaches, is considered to be one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK.

The region is ready to offer a vast range of charming coastal towns. Nevertheless, there is the one situated right in the hub of the "English Riviera". Torquay, the home of mystery writer Agatha Christie, is considered to be one of the most beautiful towns in South Devon.

The town boasts a selection of top quality accommodation for every taste. Welcoming bed and breakfast in the town are known for their friendliness, hospitality, and charming atmosphere. There are also some family run bed and breakfast options, so visitor of the town will be able to experience the true character of South Devon.


Torquay is ready to offer you the best holiday ever. You can expect warmest of welcomes, excellent local food, beautiful golden sands, water sports and clean, safe swimming facilities, as well as relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. If you come to Torquay to celebrate some special event, you can visit a souldesire.co.uk to hire one of the most amazing soul tribute bands around the UK.

When it comes to bed and breakfast, the town is ready to offer you a plenty of choices. So sometimes it becomes pretty hard to choose the one. That is why we would like to provide you with the information about the most popular bed and breakfast options offered in Torquay. Here they are:

1. The Robin Hill Hotel

The Robin Hill Hotel that was built in 1980′s was originally designed as a Gentleman′s Residence. Even today the hotel maintains its Victorian charm covered in mature gardens to the front of the property.

The hotel is perfectly located right in the heart of Torquay town. Nevertheless, the area is quiet so you will be able to enjoy restful nights. It will take you no more than 5 minutes walk to get to the harbor and seafront, as well as closest shops, restaurants, and bars.

You will be able to choose from Standard and Superior accommodation choices. Furthermore, the hotel offers bed and breakfast with comfortable en-suite bedrooms and a friendly welcome.

2. The Cleveland Guest House

The award winning guest house is situated close to Torquay′s Abbey Sands beach, Riviera Conference Centre, town center, and harbor. The Cleveland Guest House is the best place in Torquay where you can enjoy home-from-home feeling combined with the exceptional standards of quality and service.

It is worth to mention that in 2017, the Cleveland Guest House retained AA 4 Star Gold award, as well as AA Breakfast Award.

To get a 5% discount, call the Cleveland's Guest House owners Matt and Lissanne on 01803 297522 quoting ′English Riviera′.

3. The Somerville

The Somerville hotel is situated close to the harbor and seafront. It offers boutique hotel style accommodation that has undergone a massive program of refurbishment to create a fresh, stylish establishment with a classic twist. The unique modern design of the hotel features beautiful antiques, original artwork, and quality soft furnishings. Everything about the hotel creates a feeling of real luxury.

If you decide to stay at the Somerville boutique hotel, you will be able to choose from a range of spacious suites and junior suites to deluxe rooms and standard rooms. Also, the hotel offers free parking to all its guests. So if you come to Torquay by car, the Somerville hotel is an ideal place to stay.

With a prior notice, the hotel is ready to offer late check ins and early check outs with early breakfast.

How to get to Torquay

Though spending holidays somewhere overseas is considered to be a great idea, especially if you plan your vacation with voyages-sejours.fr, taking a holiday at home in the UK can save you a lot of time, money and provide you with an enjoyable experience. One of the most popular resorts in the UK is English Riviera with a beautiful South Devon's bay. Torquay, a beautiful seaside town has been a popular tourist destination for a long period of time. That is why travel links with the rest of the country are well-established to provide you with plenty of options. So here they are.

Get to Torquay by Car

All those who travel to Torquay from the north of the country, you will have to follow the M6 or M1 in the direction of Birmingham and then take the M5 southbound. Those who travel from the Midlands, have to take the M5 down to Exeter to join the A380. If you travel to Torquay from London, follow the M4 from Bristol and then join the M5 southbound. Travelers from Newton Abbot simply need to follow signs for Torquay.

Get to Torquay by Bus

English Riviera has a comprehensive bus network, so you get easily get where you need to enjoy attractions in the area. There are two main providers: Stagecoach SW and Local Link.

Coach Travel to Torquay

If you are looking for good value tickets to Torquay, you can consider the option of using services provided by numerous national and regional coach providers. To learn information about the time and the cost of services, you can contact your local coach travel company or National Express company.

Get to Torquay by Train

To learn details on journeys to Torquay, visit www.NationalRail.co.uk.

Get to Torquay by Air

Traveling by air is considered to be one of the most convenient and fast ways to get to your destination point, especially if you live somewhere near a major airport. Torquay is situated 19 miles from Exeter Airport. To find a flight to Exeter International Airport, as well as to learn about its cost, check online. To get to Torquay from the airport, you can take a shuttle bus to Exeter city center from where you can travel to Torquay by taxi, car, bus or train.

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