Torquay Twximas 4 Days - Metropole Hotel
Torquay is one of Britain's most famous resorts, situated at the heart of 22 miles of unspoilt coastline, often referred to as the "English Riviera". It has a mild climate, sparkling blue waters and in its beautiful public gardens you will see subtropical plants and palm trees. Torquay has something to offer everyone: by day you can relax on one of the clean sandy beaches, explore the bustling harbour and marina and the excellent shops or if you are feeling more active there are lovely walks, or activities such as sailing, bowls, golf or fishing. By night you'll be spoilt for choice: there are theatres, night clubs, cabarets and discothèques and of course you'll see the lights illuminating the promenade reflected across the beautiful bay. The many local attractions include Paignton Zoo, Babbacombe Model Village, Kent's Cavern, Torbay Steam Railway and Cockington thatched village. Torquay’s harbour-side has recently been redeveloped and features Living Coasts, a fascinating wildlife attraction adjacent to the Regina Hotel.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - Paignton & Brixham 'New Year's Eve'
Tucked midway between Torquay and Brixham Paignton is known for its beautiful award-winning sandy beaches, first class attractions and pretty harbour./nPaignton Zoo is based in an 80 acre natural environmental park and his home to over 2,000 animals (entry fees apply)./nOther attractions include the pier, which was opened in 1879, Paignton Green and nearby Goodrington Sands./nDominating Brixham's harbour is a stunning replica of Francis Drake's Golden Hind./nAlso in the harbour is a statue of William of Orange, and Artist's Corner with it's pictureque views of the port./nThe award-wining Heritage Museum (free entry) hosts an array of displays reflecting local life through the ages./n
Day 3 - Teignmouth 'New Year's Day'
Fans of classic Georgian architecture will love Den Crescent and the Assembly Rooms, reminiscent of Bath./nAt the resort end of town, the magnificent Victorian pier hosts many traditional seaside attractions./nAs well as the sea beach with its pier, Teignmouth has a river beach leading to the harbour and close-knit old town./n
Day 4 - Return Travel
(Formerly the Cavendish Hotel - Part of the Leisureplex group from 31st July 2019). The Metropole Hotel in Torquay is the newest Leisureplex Hotel, which features a bar, extensive lobby lounge, and a large entertainment rooms. The bright, airy dining room serves the full Leisureplex menu plus our Chef's nightly specials. A variety of evening entertainment is provided in the spacious entertainment lounge. All 96 guest bedrooms are en-suite and feature Freeview TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Seaview rooms are available at a supplement.