Budget Friendly Places to stay for 1,2,3 nights or more
TQ2 6QJ, Torquay, Sea Front
With a picturesque seafront location, Livermead House Hotel is a short walk from Torquay town centre, with its many shops and restaurants. Built in 1820, it offers 3-star accommodation and free parking. The hotel’s leisure... read more
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TQ1 1DP, Torquay, The Terrace Torquay Devon
Hampton By Hilton Torquay has a restaurant, fitness centre, a bar and shared lounge in Torquay. The property is close to several well-known attractions, 1.2 km from Torquay Magistrates Court, 1.6 km from Torre Abbey... read more
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Why Stay or Choose Torquay in Devon ?
There are many reasons why you should choose Torquay as your favourite summer holiday destination. First of all, here you’ll manage to avoid prohibitive price tags and you’ll actually enjoy the comfort and fantastic amenities ensured by a wide range of cheap hotels, located on or near the seafront, in the heart of the town centre.
Secondly, Torquay is the home of many popular tourist attractions, including Kents Cavern, the oldest and most important Stone Age site located in Britain. Torquay Museum, Babbacombe Model Village, Babbacombe Theatre and the peaceful, majestic Torquay Harbour are only a few other must-see elements that won’t deceive your expectations.
You may also want to contemplate Living Coasts, a famous coastal zoo located in this region, which will definitely raise the interest of your kids and give them something to talk about.
Properties near the Harbour with family rooms, swimming pool…
If you are travelling with your loved ones, you must focus on finding the best family-friendly accommodation options in your price range. Luckily, in Torquay, you have various attractive, inexpensive options at hand. For instance, Lawnswood Guest House is a fantastic family-run guesthouse that is extremely close to the Torquay Marina and the Torre Abbey Sands Beach.
Projected to become a holiday home for a blue blood person, the 3rd Marquis of Bute, the Marquis Hotel can still be considered one of the most delightful cheap hotels ever built in this area. Appreciated for its friendly staff, spacious rooms and great service, this accommodation options is close to the seafront and ensures extraordinary views.
Would you rather rent a cosy, chic apartment? If so, take a close look at the offer made by the Bedford House Holiday Apartments. Situated in central Torquay, only 10 minutes from all the notable restaurants and shops that may be placed on your “to-see” list, these apartments are a top pick due to their elevated position, elegant décor and almost negligible price tag.
Need a little more to take your holiday to the next level? Book a room at The Grand Hotel and discover one of the classiest accommodations with swimming pool, a Rosette-winning classy restaurant, fitness center and fabulous sea views over the Torquay bay. Here you can also book a room at a hotel that offers you the inexpensive touch of luxury that you are craving for.
Derwent Hotel is well-liked for its luxury spa, fully equipped gym and overall extraordinary leisure complex that will encourage you to stay active even when you’re vacationing. In case you wish to taste a piece of wheat free toast and a cup of decaf early in the morning, here you’ll be able to turn your vacation fantasy into reality. Located just 5 minutes away from the seafront, Toorak Hotel is also a great choice that you may want to factor in. Popular by tourists is also a bed and breakfast overnight stay, which includes a free breakfast.
Main Town Centre Railway Station
Torquay Railway Station and Torre Railway Station are the 2 primary rail hubs.
Trains are operated by First Great Western. Frequent connections run between the town, and Exmouth and Exeter St Davids. Also during the summer months there is the Torbay Express train running between Bristol Temple Meads and Kingswear. Also some trains arrive from Paddington Railway station in central London.
Location – Where in Devon
This popular seaside holiday town is beautiful located on the English Riviera on the southern coast in the county of Devon.
- Exeter Hotels — 24 miles
- Taunton Accommodation — 52 miles
- Newquay near Fistral Beach — 101 miles
- Bournemouth Seafront Hotel — 104 miles
Visitors and tourist willing to fly to the city can do this by taking a plane towards Exeter Airport, which is located less than 25 miles away. Exeter airport is served by domestic, as well as international flights.
Torquay has numerous tourist attractions, including Kents Cavern, Britain’s most important Stone Age site. Many attractions are within close distance: Paignton Zoo, Living Coast, Dartmouth, Dartmoor, Babbacombe Model Village, Wet & Wild water park, Agatha Cristie Mile and curio shop, Torr Abbey and The Princess Theatre.