Located in Torquay, Devon
Admirals Cottage is a mid-terrace cottage in Torquay, Devon and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
Admirals Cottage is a lovely mid-terrace cottage resting in Torquay, Devon. Hosting two bedrooms, including a king-size and a double, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is also a kitchen/diner and a sitting room with a wood-burning stove. Outside there is an enclosed garden with furniture and a hot tub, and parking is on-street or in nearby public car parks where charges apply. Admirals Cottage is a wonderful base for adventures along Devon’s coast.
Settled in the heart of the lively harbour town of Torquay is this mid-terrace cottage, Admirals Cottage, offering two couples a coastal escape. Featuring a fabulous hot tub within the enclosed garden, along with a wood-burning stove in the sitting room, Admirals Cottage is equipped with all the comforts you need for a wonderful break to Devon's coast.
Spend the evening in the stylish sitting room, with elegant décor to surround you as you watch a film on the Smart TV and feel warmed by the wood-burning stove. Head into the kitchen to find sleek grey fitted units housing all you need to rustle up fabulous dishes for the group, including an induction hob and a dishwasher, along with a rustic dining table to enjoy meals at.
Venture into the rear enclosed garden for some respite in the bubbling hot tub, providing the perfect way to end another fun-filled day, afterwards dining alfresco on the outdoor furniture.
Head upstairs at night and choose from two elegant bedrooms, one featuring a king-size bed and the other a double bed, with both benefitting from lovely dressing tables and served by the family bathroom which features a bath and overhead shower.
Explore the lively streets of Torquay and its picturesque harbourside, with Abbey Sands being just a 20-minute walk away, discovering plenty of cafés, restaurants and shops as you go. A host of attractions can be found in this area of Devon, with the caves at Kents Cavern a popular visit along with nearby Babbacombe Model Village. Enjoy a day at Paignton Zoo to see an array of exotic animals, or make a trip up to Shaldon Wildlife Trust's small zoo too!
Walkers will delight in having endless coastline to explore on the South West Coastal Path, whether on foot or by bike, enjoying the wonderful scenery of Thatcher Point, Meadfoot Beach and Beacon Cove. Head into Paignton to spend a day on the golden sandy shores of its beautiful beach and walk along the pier to admire the views, whilst Brixham makes a lovely spot to wander being a traditional, quaint fishing village. Further fun can be had in the amazing Dartmoor National Park where there's an abundance of walking and cycling trails, all among incredible rural scenery, and home to the famous Dartmoor ponies too!
For a diverting stay in the bustling town of Torquay, delight in a break to Admirals Cottage.
- Gas central heating with woodburning stove
- Electric oven, induction hob, microwave, coffee machine, fridge, dishwasher, Freeview Smart TV, WiFi
- Fuel, power and starter pack of logs included in rent
- Bed linen and towels are included in rent
- Free public car park nearby
- Enclosed garden with furniture and hot tub
- Sorry, no pets and no smoking
- Shop 150 metres, a pub just under ½ a mile
- Note: No children under 16 years of age
- Note: There are 10 steps in the garden
Part of the English Riviera, Torquay is famed for its sandy beaches and palm trees and has been attracting visitors with its charms for hundreds of years. So much to see and do in the area including the underground caves at Kents Caverns, the 800-year-old Torre Abbey, the Living Coasts Marine Zoo and Aquarium, Babbacombe Model Village as well as the Torquay Museum. Agatha Christie was born here the Inernational Agatha Christie Festival is held annually and you can walk the Agatha Christie mile to discover some of the murder scenes from her books. Take the steam train to Kingswear and enjoy a trip along the River Dart.
Plenty of activities available on the calm waters of Tor Bay including sailing dinghies, yachts and motorboats with sea schools available for those looking to take a structured course. There are plenty of beaches nearby, you will be spoilt for choice. The choice of cuisine is huge, including Michelin starred restaurants and tastes from around the world to tea rooms and cafes and pubs. A vibrant evening scene gives you choices of theatre, concerts, plays, musicals, comedy and ballet. In summer open-air theatres play at Cockington Country Park and various National Trust properties nearby.