Located in Torquay, Devon
Fonthill is a detached cottage in Torquay, Devon and can sleep six people in three bedrooms and is pet-friendly.
- Sleeps: 6
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2
- Pet Friendly: 1
Fonthill is a detached cottage resting in Torquay in Devon. Hosting three bedrooms; a double with an en-suite shower room, another double and a twin, along with a bathroom and cloakroom, this property can sleep up to six guests. There is a kitchen/diner, a utility and a sitting room with a gas fire. To the outside, there is an enclosed garden with Astroturf and a patio with seating, whilst off-road parking is available. Fonthill is a beautifully presented holiday home in the heart of Torquay.
Located on a quiet private road, just a stone's throw away from the hustle and bustle of Torquay town centre is this contemporary detached property. Fonthill is the perfect choice for a family escape to the Devon seaside.
You are welcomed into a private gated entrance where you can securely park up, greeted by a lovely front garden space where you can dine alfresco and enjoy morning coffees in the summer months. Be charmed by the snug sitting room and prepare for a cosy night in as you curl up on one of the plush furnishings and pick a film on the Smart TV, letting the warmth of the gas fire create a homely ambience. Head towards the gorgeous kitchen/diner, fitted with contemporary amenities and a sociable dining table where you can enjoy family meals and keep the chef of the group company, opening the patio doors for a gentle breeze on a warm day. Resting behind is a handy utility room with a washing machine, tumble dryer, and a freezer, also acting as a boot room, whilst a ground-floor cloakroom is located at the bottom of the stairs.
The first floor houses three dreamy bedrooms; comprising a master double with its very own TV and luxury en-suite shower room, a further double and a twin, served by a beautiful bathroom where guests can unwind with a glass of wine as they soak in the bubbles.
The hustle and bustle of Torquay is just a leisurely stroll away, home to a brilliant selection of amenities including shops and supermarkets for you to stock up on essentials, and a mouth-watering selection of pubs, restaurants, cafés and bars to choose from. Torquay boasts must-see attractions including the Victoria Parade, Torquay Museum, Torquay Marina, and thrilling watersports opportunities, as well as several sandy beaches for you to spend a day relaxing with your loved ones, here you can admire views of the incredible English Riviera and soak in the seaside amusements. Embark on a day of adventure on the magnificent South West Coast Path, choosing between walking, cycling or car to explore over 630 miles of true Devon beauty, enjoying stunning destinations at Splashdown Quaywest waterpark, Paignton Zoo Environmental Park, Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves, the River Boat Company, or the Dartmouth Steam Railway.
Alternatively, travel over to the Dartmoor National Park as you relish in the expansive moorland and countryside landscapes via tough hikes, gentle walking trails, and challenging cycling routes, discovering Bronze Age stone circles, abandoned medieval farmhouses, and Neolithic tombs throughout.
Never forget your incredible holiday to Fonthill.
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.