Social areas

Space to relax, dine & play

The ground floor is a huge space for our guests to enjoy, recently refitted to offer something more than other holiday rentals in the area.

The wonderfully spacious lounge is the perfect place to relax.

There is seating in the dining room for up to 20 people at one sitting and you can put in extra chairs if your group is bigger.

A super equipped kitchen newly installed in June 2021 has everything a large group needs for a self catering holiday.

PLUS a fantastic bar room

And not forgetting the games room – with pool table, dart board, board games and gaming console for 2 players with 1000s of games.

See more details and photos of our communal areas HERE 

We perform a thorough COVID clean with antibacterial products to all communal areas, bedrooms, and bathrooms PLUS all furniture, furnishings, crockery, cooking utensils, cutlery, pans, and glass-wear.

All bedding is washed at 60 degrees and ironed by a reputable local cleaning company.

There are additionally personal washing and drying facilities at the property.

Fantastically well equipped

A holiday rental set up specifically to cater for larger groups, with everything you need.

Kitchen

2 x Ovens
1 x 5 ring hob
1 x extractor
2 x fridge Freezers
2 x bins
2 x kettles
2 x toasters
1 x microwave
2 x double sink / drainers
1 x dishwasher

Utility room
1 x washing machine
1 x tumble dryer
1 x ironing board
2 x irons
devon and torquay holiday accommodation

Torquay is a seaside resort town in Devon, south west England. Known for beaches such as Babbacombe and cliffside Oddicombe, its coastline is nicknamed the English Riviera. Torquay Harbour near the town centre offers shops, cafes and a marina. Torre Abbey, a monastery founded in 1196, has art galleries and extensive gardens featuring plants from local writer Agatha Christie’s novels.

We think Torquay is a wonderful place to visit.

There’s plenty to do and see whilst you’re staying at our holiday rental in Torquay.

50 free things to do in South Devon     Days out with the kids    Tripadvisor top 10 things in Torquay     Things to do with the kids in Torquay

For rest, relaxation and pampering try Lorrens Health Hydro (ladies only) here     The Beauty Room      Torquay Massage Clinic

And places to eat? These are just along our road.

Cotton Eyed Joes – top 30 places to eat in Torquay   The Shack – American Grill, top 10 in Torquay

Ephesus Torquay – top 10 in Torquay (Mediterranean and Turkish)    Biancos – recommended Italian

And if you’re looking for beaches and activities, this is the place to be.

  • 20 Beaches
  • Golf
  • Scuba diving
  • Lots of watersports
  • Kite surfing
  • Sailing
  • Walking
  • Segwey
  • Kids parks

Both here and outside of Torquay there’s some great days out.

Paignton Zoo  A conservation charity runs this innovative, 32-hectare zoo, where spacious enclosures recreate habitats as varied as savannah, wetland, tropical forest.

Babbacombe Model Village  Prepare for a fabulously eccentric, 1.6-hectare world in miniature, complete with small-scale Stonehenge, football stadium, beach, castle and more.

Torquay Museum The collection at Torquay’s town museum is eclectic, taking in everything from samurai suits of armour to Egyptian mummies and taxidermied butterflies.

Living Coasts An enormous open-plan aviary bringing you up close to free-roaming penguins, punk-rocker-style tufted puffins and irresistibly cute otters. Booking online saves money and queues.

Kents Cavern Expect stalactites to drip water on your head and temperatures to dip to 14°C amid these atmospheric caves. Hour-long guided tours.