Torquay Inclusive Celebration
5 Days Away#Inclusive Drinks Vouchers
Five days away to enjoy the delights of Torquay, with its beautiful marina, tree-lined promenade, lively waterfront and so much more. With inclusive excursions to enjoy the delights of idyllic Dartmouth with its bustling harbour and the historic charm of popular Plymouth.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Coach travel with reserved seating
- Four nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the Trecarn Hotel, Torquay
- 4 drinks vouchers per person each day (excluding departure date) with a choice of beers, wines, house spirits & soft drink.
- Evening entertainment
- Visit to charming Dartmouth
- Excursion taking in the delights of historic Plymouth
Devon’s most popular coastal resort, and part of the UNESCO-accredited Global Geopark (meaning it provides unique cultural, geological, and historical importance to the world), Torquay is the ultimate traditional Victorian seaside town that’s still thriving to this day.
This is because its climate and beauty make you feel like you’re abroad – the reason why it was nicknamed the ‘English Riviera’. No wonder Agatha Christie spent much of her life in her hometown!
The family-friendly holiday destination is famous for its iconic palm tree-lined promenade, busy harbour and marina, sandy beaches – and its horseshoe-shaped bay provides some of the best conditions for water sports.
Although the town is full of old-school seaside charm, it is a cosmopolitan place – full of continental-style cafés, restaurants, bars, and one of the top theatres in the country. There is no better place to enjoy some of the freshest seafood straight from England’s Seafood Coast.
With breath-taking views, plenty of attractions and incredible shops and restaurants to enjoy, Plymouth is a lively oceanside city on the South Coast. Nestled between Devon and Cornwall, Plymouth is home to many famous attractions, from The Box Museum, the Mayflower Steps and the famous Hoe with it’s red-and-white striped former lighthouse, Smeaton’s Tower.
The popular Barbican and Sutton Harbour offer quaint cobbled streets, along with a picturesque harbour and plenty of independent shops and restaurants to enjoy. Even simply exploring the waterfront will bring you stunning views out onto the ocean and you can explore the waterfront parks which can be found throughout the city.
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The Trecarn Hotel, Torquay The Trecarn Hotel, Torquay
Located in a peaceful residential area in Torquay, away from the hustle and bustle, the Trecarn Hotel is an ideal base for exploring this popular seaside resort.
The hotel is situated in its own grounds, offering stunning views of the town, as well as the beautiful surrounding area of South Devon. It’s just a short stroll from the idyllic Babbacombe Downs and the charming suburb of St Marychurch, one of the oldest settlements in South Devon, with a delightful precinct and independent boutiques.
The Ballroom Bar is a welcoming place for guests to unwind, serving refreshing drinks and light snacks throughout the day. Guests are also kept well entertained in the evenings, with a varied programme of entertainment for all to enjoy.
Each of the comfortable bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom, TV and tea & coffee making facilities.
The Trecarn Hotel is the perfect base for a relaxing retreat in Torquay, one of the UK’s most attractive and traditional seaside townsHotel Features:
- All bedrooms with en-suite facilities,
- TV and tea/coffee making facilities
- Bar / Lounge
- Evening entertainment
- Wi-Fi facilities