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FACILITIES

  • Wi-Fi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Linens Provided

REVIEWS

  • 9+ Exceptional
  • 8+ Fabulous
  • 7+ Very Good

DISTANCE FROM CENTRE

  • Less than 1 km
  • Less than 3 km
  • Less than 5 km

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  • The Norwood

    9.1 Exceptional (1776)
    • Hotel
    Providing free WiFi and water sports facilities, The Norwood offers rooms in Torquay, 2.7 km from Anstey's Cove and 500 metres from Riviera International Centre. The property is around 1 km from HM Revenue
  • Kingsholm

    9.7 Exceptional (546)
    • Hotel
    Kingsholm is located in Torquay City Centre, a neighborhood in Torquay. Dartmoor National Park and Decoy Country Park reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Babbacombe Model Village
  • Carrington Guest House

    9.7 Exceptional (386)
    • Hotel
    Just off Paignton Esplanade, Carrington Guest House offers a full breakfast menu using regional and Fairtrade produce. There is free WiFi at this Devon guest house which is located just 5 minutes’ walk
  • Carlton Court

    9.9 Exceptional (219)
    • Hotel
    Situated in Torquay, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Riviera International Conference Centre and Princess Theatre. Babbacombe Model Village and Gardens and Babbacombe Beach are also within
  • The Albaston

    9.9 Exceptional (288)
    • Hotel
    When you stay at The Albaston in Torquay, you'll be near the beach, within a 15-minute walk of Plainmoor Stadium and Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Andrew. This 5-star bed & breakfast is 1.5 mi (2.4 km)
  • The Torcroft

    9.7 Exceptional (654)
    • Hotel
    With a stay at The Torcroft in Torquay (Torquay City Centre), you'll be within a 10-minute walk of Torre Abbey Sands and Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Andrew. This 4-star bed & breakfast is 0.9 mi (1.4

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  • Carlton Court

    9.9 Exceptional (219)
    • Hotel
    Situated on a tree-lined avenue, this elegant Victorian villa is a short walk to the beach, harbour and town centre. It has free Wi-Fi and free private parking. Carlton Court mixes original charm with
  • The Albaston

    9.9 Exceptional (288)
    • Hotel
    Located in Torquay, The Albaston is near the beach. Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Andrew and Torre Abbey are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Babbacombe Model Village and Gardens
  • The Torcroft

    9.7 Exceptional (654)
    • 14 Guests · 7Bedrooms
    An elegant Victorian villa set in its own grounds with delightful garden and ample parking. The Torcroft Boutique B&B offers free WiFi throughout. There is also a dining room and a bar in the lounge.
  • The Morley Guest House

    9.7 Exceptional (239)
    • Hotel
    Well placed to access the sights of Torquay and the English Riviera, The Morley is a family run bed and breakfast. Free WiFi is accessible throughout the property and free parking is available on-site.
  • Tyndale B&B Torquay

    9.9 Exceptional (165)
    • Hotel
    Set in a prime location of Torquay, Tyndale Guest House Torquay puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers a high standard of service and amenities to suit the individual
  • Cranmore Bed & Breakfast

    9.6 Exceptional (270)
    • Hotel
    Close to all that Torquay has to offer, the Cranmore Bed & Breakfast offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. Just metres from Torre railway station and within easy reach of all of Torquay’s amenities and attractions.

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  • The Haytor Hotel

    9.6 Exceptional (347)
    • Hotel
    The Haytor Hotel is located in Torquay City Centre, a neighborhood in Torquay, and is in the city center and near the beach. Torre Abbey and Greenway House and Garden are notable landmarks, and if an activity
  • The Morley Guest House

    9.7 Exceptional (210)
    • Hotel
    Well placed to access the sights of Torquay and the English Riviera, The Morley is a family run bed and breakfast. Free WiFi is accessible throughout the property and free parking is available on-site.
  • Crown Lodge

    9.7 Exceptional (210)
    • Hotel
    Located in Torquay, Crown Lodge is near a train station and near the beach. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Babbacombe Beach and Paignton Beach, while Babbacombe Model Village and Gardens and
  • The Corbyn Apartments

    9.6 Exceptional (188)
    • Hotel
    The Corbyn Apartments are set on Torquay’s seafront, just over a mile from the harbour and town centre.
  • Riviera Lodge Hotel

    9.3 Exceptional (817)
    • Hotel
    Riviera Lodge Hotel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Torquay. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. All the necessary facilities,
  • Hampton by Hilton Torquay

    8.7 Fabulous (462)
    • Hotel
    Hampton by Hilton Torquay is located in Torquay City Centre, a neighborhood in Torquay, and is in the city center and near the bay. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Dartmoor National Park and Decoy

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B&Bs and holiday homes Torquay: the best accommodation solutions

Torquay is an highly sought after destination by tourist from the whole world. The 119,912 reviews for all the accommodation in the area are the proof: 3,471 reviews with a score of 10.0 Excellent and 297 reviews with a score of 8.0 Very Good. Reading these reviews you can learn about the best accommodation by the sea, with the best reviews in Torquay.
The best accommodation solutions in the area are numerous. Over a total of 2,386 accommodation, it's possible to distinguish 2,041 apartments, 120 hotels, 336 b&bs, 1,108 independent homes, 189 villas and much more. Amongst these you will be able to find the best offers for the best solution for your needs, wether you decide to go alone, for a romantic get-away, or with a group of friends. The end goal is an unforgettable holiday in Torquay.
Every type of accommodation at this destination displays a range of services that will adapt perfectrly to your requests: Wi-Fi, Pets Allowed, Linens Provided, Kitchen, Parking and much more. The choice is yours.

Torquay: How much does accommodation cost?

How much does holiday accommodation cost in Torquay? On average in Torquay it is possible to find accommodation solutions for an average cost of 96 pounds per night.
The price is the main influence for the traveller. If you are looking for accommodation in Torquay, it coulld be useful to know that the low season period where you will be able to find the most amount of accommodation at the best price is in the month July, particularly in the week that spans from 30/07 to 06/08.
The high season period, where you can find the right compromise between amount of accommodation and low cost fares is in the month of March, in the week that spans from 05/03 to 12/03.
At the end of you trip planning it could be useful to know that, the average cost for a weekend night is 117 pounds. The weekend with the best prices is in the month of October, from 30/09 to 02/10.
Instead for a longer stay, the best weekly prices in Torquay cost on average 675 pounds. The week with the best prices is in the month of November from 19/11 to 26/11.

What to do in Torquay

In Torquay, the best accommodation near the sea can also be found near the major interest points. The unmissable interest points are:

Only a few km from the sea you can find 2,386 accommodation options available at the best price: 2,041 Apartments, 336 B&Bs, 120 Hotels, and much more. Below you can find the best apartments near the beaches.
A Torquay, furthermore, much of the best accommodation is close to the best beaches in the area: 1,045 Apartments, B&Bs, Hotels, and much more.

Torquay: Which is the ideal month for a holiday?

Torquay: when to go? Whether you love the heat or the cold, if you're planning a trip here, it could be useful for you to know: July, has temperatures that can reach 18°C, it's the hottest month at this touristic destination. January instead is the coldest month, where temperatures can trop to 8°C.

FAQ

How much does it cost to stay in a B&B in Torquay?

To stay in a B&B in Torquay costs on average 96 pounds per night, here is a link where you can find the best offers for B&Bs in Torquay

What is the best time to go to a B&B in Torquay?

The best period to go to a B&B in Torquay is during the month of March, here is a link where you can find the best offers for B&Bs in Torquay in the best periods of the year

How much does it cost to stay in a B&B in Torquay during the high season?

To stay in a B&B in Torquay during the high season costs on average 104 pounds per nigh. Here you can find a link to the best offers for B&Bs in Torquay in the high season

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Which are the the best B&Bs for families with children in Torquay?

The best accommodation options for families with children in Torquay are the B&Bs and here you will be able to find a number of options

Which are the best accommodation options for who travels with animals in Torquay?

The best accommodation options foe who travels with animals are the B&Bs. Here you can find a selection of options

Can I find a B&B with parking in Torquay?

In Torquay you can find many accommodation solutions with Parking. The best are the B&Bs. Here you can find a selection of solutions

Can I find wheelchair accessible accommodation in Torquay?

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Areas of interest

TORQUAY: A City of Mystery

Known by many to be the birthplace of Agatha Christie, Torquay is a place that is known for being mysteriously quaint and charming. One of the most popular destinations for a city-break or seaside escape (just behind London and Edinburgh!) Torquay has charmed millions of visitors year after year with it’s oceanside playfulness and historical richness.

While recent storms in the last several years had damaged Torquay’s beachfront somewhat, that has also meant that many renovations and restorations have taken place, meaning that the oceanfront, with its many promenades, piers, and restaurants and hotels are now on full display in all their glory. Visitors should take advantage of this beautiful and affordable holiday destination, whether it’s just for the weekend or for even longer.

BEST NEIGHBORHOODS

Meadfood

Meadfood is a neighborhood a little ways out of the city making it perfect for those would want to explore this quaint city without the crazy nightlife or having to be in the middle of all of the action. Made up of adorable suburbs and cozy pubs, we highly recommend staying in one of the quaint Bed and Breakfasts that make this area so popular for families traveling with little ones, or for those who are looking for a romantic escape.

Wellswood

Wellswood is also a charming area of town that is close to downtown and the water, while still retaining a high level of affluent charm and romantic fancy, as this area has historically always been one of the wealthier neighborhoods. There are lots of independent shops making this a must-see place for those who enjoy retail therapy. Visitors should try to find a vacation rental in one of the beautiful old homes here, or to try and stay in a gorgeous boutique hotel in this area.

OUR FAVORITE THINGS TO SEE AND DO

Torquay is full of fun things for any visitor; independent of size, age, and favorite activity. We’ve rounded up our list of what makes Torquay one of the most popular destinations for British travelers not looking to go abroad; and what have made Torquay so deserve the name of the English Riviera.

Much of what makes Torquay so fun is the vast range of things to do. From the Babbacombe model village to going spelunking in the Kents Cavern, we are sure you will find something to delight you. Some of our other personal favorites are experiencing a blast from the past with a visit to the Torquay dinosaur world, and the Bygones museum, which has panoramas on display of life from as recently as the 50’s to as old as the early Victorian times.

Of course, visitors are also encouraged to merely walk around the harbor and port for an amazing array of ships, restaurants, and boutique shopping experiences that will charm and occupy participants for hours.

WEATHER

Like many other seaside towns in England, Torquay experiences a mild to moderate climate, with a lot of rainfall in the late fall, and relatively warm summers and mild, though sometimes wet, springs. We highly recommend planning your trip for either July or August to maximise your possible enjoyment of this seaside resort, although watch out for certain bank holiday weekends as the city will be particularly crowded. We personally loved our visit which was in late September; the trees had crisp and colorful leaves and without the crowds, it was much easier for us to enjoy our stay at our own pace.