Torquay is on the English Riviera – a coastal destination in Devon of 22 miles of beautiful coastline, sandy beaches and a wealth of outdoor activities for all the family, looking for a traditional English seaside holiday.
Visit Torbay, visitor information.
The Princess Theatre, 200 metres
The number one spot for the very best evening entertainment during your stay in the Torbay Hotel, with regular shows featuring amazing acts from all over the world.
Royal Terrace Gardens, 1 mile
Also known as Rock Walk, the Royal Terrace Garden overlooks the seafront and is one of the most popular places to visit in Torquay, with spectacular views of the harbour.
Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves, 1.4 miles
A simply amazing day out discovering this underground world just a short walk from the town centre. The cave is a flat walk with plenty of headroom. There’s a restaurant and exhibitions.
This is the area known as the English Riviera, and so you are spoiled for choice for sandy beaches, traditional seaside attractions and watersports. Try out any of the following while you are staying at the Torbay Hotel:
Meadfooot Beach, 1 mile
Paignton Beach, 4 miles
Oddicombe Beach, 2. 5 miles
Broadsands Beach, 5.5 miles
Torquay Golf Club, 2 miles
A thriving Club just a couple of miles from the Hotel, where visitors are welcome to come and play the beautiful, challening 18-hole course.
Cockington Court, 2.7 miles
Just a mile from the seafront, this historic manor house is a centre for quality arts and crafts from both local and internationally acclaimed artists. Watch glassblowers, blacksmiths and chocolatiers at work.
Paignton, 4 miles
Watersports, waterpark, theatres, restaurants, steam railway and a buzzing, holiday atmosphere in this seaside town in Devon.
Dainton Park Golf Club, 8 miles
In the heart of the South Devon countryside, this is 125 acres of golfing heaven with an 18-hole course, driving range, shop and clubhouse. Visitors welcome.
Brixham, 9 miles
Picturesque fishing village with a buzzing harbour, fantastic seafood restaurants and regular events.
Greenway Ferry and Pleasure Cruises, 8 miles
Take to the seas with one of the many ferry services that depart from Dartmouth, Dittisham and Greenway. These range from sightseeing cruises to excursions. Cruise down the picturesque River Dart or visit the home of the late great Dame Agatha Christie.
Dartmoor National Park, 15 miles
A whole world to discover on Devon’s wild, open moorlands – rivers, forests, high rocks, rambling, cycling, birdwatching, fishing and every adventure activity you can imagine are available here.
Woodlands Family Theme Park, 16 miles
The largest theme park in Devon with a whole range of exhilarating rides, zoo farm, falconry centre and forest zone.