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The Devonshire Hotel Situated within its own grounds, the Devonshire Hotel, with lawns and sun patio, is just a few minutes away from Torquay harbour and the town centre. Situated on the hill above the town, the area around the hotel is flat, close to the popular local Meadfoot beach. For those not wishing to make the short walk up or down the hill to the town there is a regular bus service. Bedrooms are centrally heated with shower and/or bath, digital TV, tea & coffee making facilities. Comfortable lounge areas or the sun patio provide the perfect setting in which to enjoy morning coffee or afternoon tea. The spacious dining room overlooking the garden serves homely food with a great atmosphere. A good selection of wine to accompany your meal is available from the bar. At night the dining room is cleared and becomes our entertainment lounge. The Devonshire hosts some of the best live acts in Torquay.   TORQUAY Devon
The area of Torbay on the English Riviera consists of three towns, Torquay, Paignton & Brixham. The largest of these three towns is Torquay. With its year-round mild climate, gardens and parks, 22 miles of coastline and the beautiful Devon countryside Torquay is a place to relax and enjoy the experience of a holiday in a classical English seaside resort. The waterfront in Torquay is the focus of life in the town. Here you'll find the palm-lined promenade, seafront gardens, a lively harbour and a marina full of exotic yachts. Torquay is a truly all-year-round resort, appealing to people of all ages with lots to see and do at any time of the year. The other two towns on the Bay offer a complete contrast - Paignton is very much a traditional English seaside town, with great beaches, pier, entertainments and waterpark, while Brixham is a picturesque and bustling fishing town, with active harbour and colourful seafront cottages. The picture-postcard thatched village and country park of Cockington, right in the heart of Torbay, is another "must-see".


Torquay - Typical Full Day Devon Optional Excursions

Tavistock & Princetown - the traditional pannier market town with a different market each weekday from Tuesdays through to Saturdays combined with the beauty of the wild and rugged moors. £8.00

Trago Mills, Buckfast Abbey, & the House of Marbles - visit Trago Mills Retail Park, Buckfast Abbey, home of a community of Benedictine Monks, and watch glassmaking at the House of Marbles. £8.00

Bay Tour - explore beautiful Torbay; continental Torquay; the fishing port of Brixham and the seaside resort of Paignton. £7.00

Dartmouth and Totnes - Dartmouth is a beautiful town at the mouth of the River Dart. It is also home to the famous naval college. Totnes is an historic town with a modern “alternative” feel to it. £8.00

Exeter - the county town of Devon has a beautiful cathedral that is in parts over 850 years old, a 2,000 year-old city wall, galleries, museums, Tudor homes, underground passages and some wonderful shopping centres. There is something for everyone in Exeter. £8.00

Plymouth - visit this University City with the historic naval port, the Hoe, the Mayflower steps, Drake Circus, arts & sharks, The Barbican, Plymouth Gin Distillery, the Armada Centre and many other attractions.  £8.00

Dawlish & Exmouth - Dawlish, home to the black swans, is a pretty coastal town situated halfway between Torquay and Exeter. Exmouth is one of Devon’s larger urban areas with a busy shopping centre and indoor market. It has lovely cliff walks and is well known for the beautiful flower displays in summer. £8.00
 

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