The 10 Best Hotels in Torquay for 2020/2021
The top 5 hotels in Torquay
Enjoy a luxury escape on Torquay’s bejewelled coastline. Find the best stay from our top 5 handpicked hotels.
Our best hotels in Torquay
This spectacular 19th-century seafront hotel offers a delightful blend of Victorian grandeur and modern amenities. With easy access to Corbyn Beach, guests also have access to an on-site swimming pool, spa and jacuzzi. With an option to take dinner out on the sun-soaked terrace, guests can indulge in award-winning dining or a traditional cream tea.
Perched on a clifftop with premier views across the coast, this 19th-century hotel is one of Torquay’s finest. Enjoy unrivalled views across the bay from the dining terrace, home to an award-winning menu serving up the freshest local seafood. The rooms are suitably resplendent too, with charming country checks and sea-view balconies.
Regularly cited in best-of lists, this hotel is blessed by its natural setting upon Babbacombe Bay. From pampering spa facilities to gastronomic delights, the Cary Arms is a sea-and-sand haven. The interiors are equally alluring, with cosy pub dining beside a roaring fire and modern bedrooms offering sea views.
Tucked away from the coast in remote and peaceful Pennaton, this country retreat offers excellent links to Torquay and Dartmoor. The hotel itself features an engrossing mish-mash of antique and period styles, with bespoke bedrooms and pretty gardens to relax in. Enjoy a meal from MasterChef the Professionals quarter-finalist, Ben Palmer, in the engrossing dining quarters.
Nestled in a cute and scenic Devon village, this 16th-century country manor hotel is a true hidden gem. Offering tasteful and sophisticated interiors which harken back across the centuries, guests can enjoy intimate dining spaces and tranquil garden terraces. The bedrooms themselves are bright and modern with country-style décor and four-poster beds.
Services will you find in our hotels in Torquay
- Free Wi-Fi
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Luxury toiletries
- Flatscreen TVs
- Luxury bathrooms
- Swimming pools
- Cosy bars
- Award-winning restaurants
Going on holiday in Torquay
Torquay is a prized summer holiday destination, with some of the best natural swimming conditions in the country. Expect crowds during peak seasons, particularly during school holidays from July to August. If you’d like to avoid these busy times, Torquay remains beautiful throughout the year. Try visiting in late spring, late summer and early autumn for equally sensational beach weather. As a bustling town, you’ll find captivating attractions open across the year, even during off-season periods like winter. The weather may sour, but you’ll still find a wealth of coastal walks and first-rate eateries to enjoy.
Hotel offers at Torquay convenient for all kind of travel
Torquay has been attracting families, couples and groups of revellers alike for centuries. It’s a lively town in summer and a popular spot for young groups looking for exciting nightlife. It also has much to offer families, with several fantastic zoos and a wealth of coastal landmarks. The surrounding region is rich for walking and horse-riding, and you’ll find adventurous activities like kayaking and canoeing too. As for couples, Torquay boasts some delightful waterfront restaurants serving up delectable local dishes amid the sound of lapping waves.
The range of hotels we offer at Torquay
- Historic hotels
- Country house hotels
- Waterfront hotels
- Boutique hotels
- Victorian hotels
- Remote hotels
Torquay: What should we bring for a hotel stay?
- Comfortable shoes
- An umbrella
- Evening attire
- Charging cables
- Swimming costume
- Sun cream
Your best hotel at Torquay: how to get there and make your booking
How to get to Torquay
Torquay is well connected with rail and road links to the rest of the UK. One of the most convenient ways to arrive is by train, with links to Exeter and Bristol via the Riviera Line. Connections on to London are possible when you exchange in Newton Abbot. Once you’ve arrived in Torquay, the town is compact enough to travel on foot or cycle, with excellent public transport connections to nearby towns. Cars are a convenient way to travel through the surrounding area, but they aren’t necessary if you’re sticking to Torquay’s attractions alone.
How to book your hotel in Torquay
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The opinion of the Voyage Privé travel expert on Torquay
Once a favoured spot for Victorian sun-and-sand seekers, Torquay remains one of England’s most popular beach resorts. With premier sailing, a wealth of seaborne excursions and delightful beaches, it’s no wonder the town swells in summer with city escapees. Unlike other resorts, Torquay retains its own unique charm, with bright and colourful cottages, palm-laden promenades and well-regarded local restaurants.
Torquay – beach-bound beauty and coastal coves abound
Escape the hustle of Torquay’s main beach and you’ll find a delightful blend of first-rate swimming spots and captivating coves. Beneath the atmospheric Torre Abbey Ruins, you’ll find the pretty Torre Abbey Sands, a delightful tidal beach that's perfect for swimming. And then there are Anstey's Cove and Hope Cove, two tiny beaches with scenic views and a charming café.