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Highlights in Torbay
- Holidays in Southern England
- Peaceful South West England getaway
- Casinos and boardwalks
- Coastal hikes
- English Riviera
- Watersports and wildlife
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Come and relish the absolutely stunning Devon scenery and warm summer sunshine of this unique corner of England where you can walk along the coast for miles and relax on some of England's most prized beaches! Torbay is perfectly situated amidst the renowned coastal resorts of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham and offers you beautifully calm waters for paddling and watersport, gorgeous soft sand beaches, tropical palm trees and a host of fantastic eateries and promenade attractions!Beautiful cottages for the whole family
These delightful holiday cottages are dotted in and around Maidencombe, Babbacombe, Wellswood, Torquay, Paignton and Brixham as well as further inland near Blagdon and along the stunning River Dart Estuary. Choose from a wide selection of upmarket, refurbished cottages with lovely, fully equipped, stylish, contemporary interiors and comfortable furnishings. Many of these immaculate holiday cottages feature a lovely garden for relaxing after a long day of exploring and several options are located under 1 km from the beach! Browse a selection of beautiful cottages of varying sizes and find your perfect English Riviera getaway for 2, 4, 6 or even 8 guests!
Travellers and activities
Torbay is a playland for fans of watersport. If you love fishing you will find yourself on England's renowned seafood coast! Hop on board a 2 hr mackerel fishing trip on the sparkling waters of For bay for a sunshine adventure like no other! How about taking a sightseeing cruise of the bay to enjoy the stunning English Riviera Coastal scenery from a unique vantage point! Torquay, Paignton and Brixham are nestled on one of Devon's most sheltered and picturesque bays packed with beaches, secluded coves, sea caves and inlets offering prime conditions for paddleboarding, kayaking, waterskiing, surfing, windsurfing, sailing and swimming!Torbay for nature and wildlife lovers
If you love the combination of breathtaking nature scenes and wildlife you will be spoiled by the stunning beaches and nature attractions on your doorstep along the English Riviera. The high cliffs at the Berry Head Nature Reserve near Brixham provide a haven for a huge breeding colony of guillemots and you can see dolphins and porpoises in the bay from here! Head out for a sublime woodland stroll amidst the serene beauty of the lakes and leafy forested glades of Cockington Country Park where you can see squirrels, rabbits and deer! At Clennon Lakes you can admire a splendid variety of exquisite birds such as kingfishers, moorhens, ducks and herons amidst the wetlands. If you fancy a really memorable nature day trip adventure you can head to Dartmoor just an hour from Torbay where you will find yourself amidst lush, mysterious landscapes where you can discover the magical beauty of where the wild ponies of Dartmoor roam free!
Did you know that Splashdown Quay West in Paignton is the UK's largest outdoor waterpark!
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Have a wild, enthralling time at Paignton Zoo, one of South West England's most renowned and beloved family attractions and one of Britain's premiere zoos! Here you can admire more than 2500 species of wonderful exotic wild animals housed on 80 acres of remarkably beautiful, spacious grounds! Spend the day strolling about marvelling at gorillas, orangutans, gorillas, crocodiles, lions, giraffes, tigers and so much more!2. Babbacombe Model Village
If you are looking for an absolutely delightful outing and an alternative to the beach look no further than this miniature wonderland located just 4km north of Torquay! Here you will be enthralled by a variety of architectural styles and marvellous representations of 60 years of English life and culture! Look out for the quirky humour and puns in the gorgeous scenes. Kids will have fun ticking off quirky items on the spotter charts they receive on arrival! Look out for famous landmarks, over 400 incredible models of stately manors, factories, shops and homes and spot over 13000 miniature people going about their daily lives in a stunning landscaped setting!3. Kent´s Cavern Prehistoric Caves
Step back in time to the Stone Age at one of Europe's most renowned Stone Age cave systems! Here you can enjoy guided tours of an extensive subterranean labyrinth of colossal caverns and mesmerising underground cave formations where England's earliest humans and ice age beasts once sheltered! Stroll along on the woodland trail outside for brilliant photo opportunities alongside a series of magnificent, life sized, ice age statues that include a woolly mammoth!4. National Trust Compton Castle
Come and see a fantastic fortified manor house dating back to medieval times where kids can try on a range of handmade medieval costumes to see what clothing was like for different classes of people in medieval times! You will find this magnificent, dramatic, turreted castle nestled in a beautiful sheltered valley just 16 minutes west of Torquay. Be sure to take a peek at the Great Kitchen where you can see what domestic life was like centuries ago in medieval England! Stroll about in the lush gardens outside where you can enjoy a wonderfully ancient orchard and a beautiful rose garden!5. Swim at Elberry Cove
If you are looking for a secluded, off the beaten track beach cave experience you will love the idyllic rural setting of picturesque Elberry Cove which was one of renowned crime novelist, Agatha Christie´s favourite bathing spots. This pretty shingle beach cove is surrounded by lush, woodland hillsides and boasts exceptionally clear water making this a perfect spot for swimming and relaxing!6. Visit the National Trust´s Greenway House
Calling all fans of Agatha Christie! At Greenway house you can step inside the beautiful Georgian mansion that was once the Devon holiday home of Agatha Christie. Her beloved, beautiful Georgian mansion is nested in a lush, romantic woodland garden that extends downhill to the banks of the River Dart just 20 minutes from Paignton. Admire beautiful rooms filled with antiques and be sure to stroll down to the boathouse to spot seals in the river!7. Walk the Torbay Section of the South West Coast Path
Lace up your hiking boots and step out onto one of the most exhilarating coastal walks in all of Europe that offers you an entire 21km length of the South West Coast Path from Brixham to Babbacombe. There is lots to see on this stunning hike including spectacular rock formations! Stop to admire the bustling harbour of Brixham before enjoying a gorgeous woodland trail en route to a series of lovely beaches near Paignton. The Paignton to Torquay section offers you a fabulous resort promenade adventure with plenty of places to stop for refreshments!
FAQs: Cottages in Torbay
Which types of amenities can you expect to find at the cottages in Torbay?
When looking at the facilities you can find on Holidu, it can be said that the cottages in Torbay have everything that travellers wish for! Here, the cottages generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (99%), garden (74%), and view (36%)...Tempted?
How do travellers usually rate cottages in Torbay?
On average, the cottages here are rather well rated. Last year's information reveals that 22% of cottages have a rating equivalent to or higher than 4.5 stars. This is a fairly high percentage which allows us to confirm that there are quite a few that are very comfortable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.
Are the cottages in Torbay child-friendly?
According to information from last year, 28% of cottages in Torbay are child-friendly, it will therefore not be difficult to find the ideal cottage for you and your children.
Are the cottages in Torbay pet-friendly?
Of course! In Torbay, 35% of the cottages welcome them with open arms, and 74% also have a garden!
Do the cottages in Torbay often come with Wi-Fi?
Yes! According to the data collected last year, 99% of cottages in Torbay include Wi-Fi. You will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites throughout your stay!
How much does it cost on average for cottages in Torbay?
A high percentage of cottages in Torbay (55%) are less than £100 per night. This is the perfect destination for booking a budget-friendly cottage!
Do the cottages in Torbay generally have a fireplace or a swimming pool?
Definitely! According to the information collected last year, a fair amount of cottages in Torbay are equipped with a fireplace. It is the ideal destination for winter hibernating!
Are the cottages in Torbay suitable for stays in large groups or better for an escape as a couple?
Judging by last year's information, 85% of cottages are made for up to four people. Approximately 87% of the cottages here have at least two separate bedrooms. Torbay is the perfect destination for families of four!