Torquay, Torbay Hotels - Book your hotel now!

Distance (linear)
  • 1.3 km
from 129.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.9 km
from 52.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 1.1 km
from 57.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.5 km
from 68.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 1.6 km
from 117.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 1.8 km
from 101.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 1.4 km
from 100.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 1.4 km
from 108.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 5.0 km
from 39.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.7 km
from 64.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.3 km
from 95.00 €
Distance (linear)
  • 0.5 km
Distance (linear)
  • 2.0 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.2 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.8 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.6 km
Distance (linear)
  • 1.2 km
Distance (linear)
  • 3.8 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.5 km
Distance (linear)
  • 5.0 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.5 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.5 km
Distance (linear)
  • 4.3 km
Distance (linear)
  • 0.9 km
Distance (linear)
  • 2.4 km

Torquay's Tranquil Tones

Torquay is an enchanting seaside town in the delight county of Devon that features of wealth of natural and cultural wonders; the colourful harbour, relaxed atmosphere and sumptuous selection of seafood make Torquay a prime destination for visitors seeking refuge from the demanding duress of city life.

Creatures of the Deep

Torquay offers visitors a fascinating insight into the mysteries of both the deep ocean and the subterranean of the earth. Begin exploring these primarily undiscovered depths with a visit to Torquay's celebrated Living Coasts Underwater Zoo. The dynamically designed aquarium takes visitors on an enthralling journey from the South African coast, through mangrove forests and coral reefs, to the wrecks of a sunken ship. Marvel at stunning underwater displays that feature shimmering shoals of fish and sleek manta rays before watching the vibrant personalities of penguins during a feeding display. Next, explore the dry and darkened depths of Kent's Cavern, a sacred place considered to be Britain's premier prehistoric cave. Descend the gentle slope to discover spectacular stalactite and stalagmite formations and captivating crevices on an excting tour with an experienced guide. Return to dazzling daylight to wander Torquay's beautiful beach, absorbing the tranquillity only found in quaint towns such as Torquay. Enjoy the warm and inviting atmosphere of The Inn on the Beach during a languid lunch of simple and locally sourced specialities; feast upon freshly caught seafood, crusty sandwiches bursting with thick slices of free range ham or a traditioanal Ploughman's lunch of creamy cheeses and sharp pickles.

The Beauty of Babbacombe Beach

One of Torquay's most alluring attractions is undoubtedly the sandy shores of Babbacombe Beach, a stunning stretch of shingles that lies East of the town. The gorgeous views and glittering turquoise waters of the area can be best observed from the promenade, which boasts the title of the highest in England. Experience some of the United Kingdom's most breathtaking scenery with a ride upon the Babbacombe Cliff Railway, a gentle and gentle and relaxing ride across the towering cliff tops of the area. Disembark from the remarkable ride in order to enjoy Babbacombe's Model Village, a charming collection of miniature marvels set upon 4 acres of gorgeous gardens. Models include castles under attack from fire breathing dragons, recreations of quaint harbours and a selection of renowned Briths landmarks.

Critically Acclaimed Cuisine

Due to it's enviable location beside the ocean, Torquay's gastronomical scene thrives with fresh flavours and creative cuisine. A restaurant that showcases these gastronomical delights is The Elephant, a Michelin starred restaurant that overlooks the beautiful Torquay Harbour. The menu maximises the local abundance of fantastic produce by offering a tantalising tasting menu that features dishes such as ham hock and leek terrine, fillet steak, cod with mussel cream and bitter chocolate truffles. The accompanying wine menu provides carefully selected wines guaranteed to compliment your dining delight perfectly.