Flat 3 Channel View
Located in Torquay, Devon
Flat 3 Channel View is a first-floor apartment in Torquay, Devon, and can sleep four people in two bedrooms with great views.
- Sleeps: 4
- Bedrooms: 2
- Bathrooms: 1
- Pet Friendly: No
Flat 3 Channel View is a first-floor apartment resting in Torquay in Devon. Hosting two bedrooms, including a double with a TV and a twin, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four guests. There is also an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with an electric fire. Outside there is off road parking for one car and a balcony with furniture. Flat 3 Channel View is an idyllic holiday home to visit the delights of this wonderful part of Devon.
Flat 3 Channel View has 2 x balconies and a hot tub in the garden. Nestled in a quiet suburb in the seaside town of Torquay, Devon, is this attractive first-floor apartment, Flat 3 Channel View. Set in an elevated position and boasting panoramic views across the wonderful coastline of the English Riviera, Flat 3 Channel View is an idyllic base for a small family looking to explore this scenic part of the country. A sought-after off-road parking spot greets you upon arrival to the property, leading you through a doorway and up an internal staircase to where the apartment is positioned on the first floor.
Kick off your shoes as you enter into the property, stepping into the open-plan living space, beautifully appointed with a light décor and flooded with natural light invited in through the patio doors, offering a sociable place to spend time with your loved ones. Put your feet up on the sumptuous corner sofa and let the television do the entertaining for a while as you unwind after an action packed day, continuing through to the kitchen to rustle up some tasty treats to enjoy gathered around the dining table, or if you're lucky enough to get good weather, head outside to the balconies to indulge in a spot of alfresco dining, soaking in the sensational views across the rooftops to the coast in the distance.
End each day in style with a luxurious seat in the spa bath in the bathroom or the hot tub in the garden, soaking your muscles as you escape into the pages of a good book, before retiring to one of the two bedrooms, choosing between the light and airy bedrooms (twin and double bedrooms), where you can drift off as you watch your favourite film with your significant other.
Head off on foot to explore the delights of the seaside resorts of Torquay, strolling through the exotic palm trees in the colourful Princess Gardens, and soak in the panoramic views across the sea with a chilled glass of wine at The Offshore Bar and Restaurant as the yachts dock at Torquay Harbour. Discover the heritage of the Stone Age with a visit to Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves, where you'll be guided through a labyrinth of caves, surrounded by 400 million-year-old rock, or explore the life-size exhibitions on display at Torquay's Dinosaur World.
Pack up your beach going essentials and head to the nearby town of Paignton, home to a marvelous stretch of golden sand overlooked by a family-friendly pier, where you can challenge the little ones to a game of bowling or crazy golf, indulging in a portion of fish and chips from Paignton Pier Chippy Co as you walk along the promenade.
Spend a fun-filled day out visiting the animals housed at Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, or catch the historic steam train from Paignton along the coastline of the English Riviera to Kingswear, soaking in the views of the picturesque towns that you pass en-route.
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.