Torquay

Torquay is one of our most elegant resorts, with a fine beach, palms along its promenade, a lovely harbour and waterfront, and some exceptional hotels – and not just for their Victorian and art deco architecture. Its history is rich too, splendidly explored in places like Torre Abbey... Read More

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Torquay Events

June
Torbay Half Marathon and Fun Run
July
Torbay Carnival
Torbay Guild of Artists Annual Exhibition
August
Torbay Carnival
Torbay Guild of Artists Annual Exhibition
September
Agatha Christie Festival
November
Torquay Christmas Sparkle and Light Switch On
December
Arts and Crafts Christmas Fair
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Hotels in Torquay - 105 places to stay

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Grand Hotel

Grand Hotel

The Grand hotel, situated on the seafront is one of Torquay's premier hotels. It is known for the standard of its 4 star hotel accommodation, food and facilities and loved for its dedicated team of ... More | visit website

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Acorn Lodge

Acorn Lodge

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With free Wi-Fi internet and free on-site parking, this small and friendly family-run guest house sits on a tree-lined road, close to Torquay's seafront and town centre. Acorn Lodge is a friendly ... More

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The Chesterfield

The Chesterfield

A very warm welcome awaits you at The Chesterfield. This Torquay hotel style, Victorian guest house is situated in Torquay, in the heart of the English Riviera and offers all the comfort you would expect from ... More | Double Room: From £22.50 (low) - £28 (high) | visit website

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Water’s Edge Hotel

Water’s Edge Hotel

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The Waters Edge Hotel is set back from Livermead Beach the hotel has one of the finest and most enviable positions in Torbay providing guests ... More | Double Room: £68

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Frognel Hall Hotel

Frognel Hall Hotel
A fully licensed gem of Torquay hotels, with beautiful rooms, extensive gardens and renowned cuisine, Frognel Hall provides quality accommodation for dinner bed and breakfast or bed and breakfast in Torquay. Frognel Hall offers you ... More | visit website
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Palms Hotel

Palms Hotel

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This well-run small hotel rests in one of the best positions in Torquay, opposite the lovely Torwood gardens. The beauty of Devon and Dartmoor is just a short drive away. The Palms ... More

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St Michael's Hotel

St Michael

Situated at the heart of the English Riviera, St. Michael’s Hotel is a 4-diamond, GOLD AWARD small hotel in Torquay. Awarded the Southwest Tourist Board Gold Standard for highest category, St. Michael's is proud of ... More | Double Room: £26 - £27 | visit website

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Berkeley House

Berkeley House

Berkeley House is located in the unspoilt area of Babbacombe Torquay, renowned for its natural beauty overlooking the wonderful Downs and the stunning Lyme Bay. Berkeley House is a five bedroomed family run guest house. All ... More | visit website

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The Southbourne Villa

The Southbourne Villa

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This charming detached Victorian villa has undergone considerable refurbishment during 2008 and 2009 and now offers elegant 4-star guest accommodation, free parking and a peaceful, relaxing setting. The Southbourne Villa has received ... More

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Marstan Hotel

Marstan Hotel

In the heart of Torquay in Devon, this boutique detached Victorian villa is one of only 3 Torquay establishments to have received a 5-star guest accommodation rating from the AA. Situated in the beautiful, quiet conservation ... More | visit website

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