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Looking for a Holiday Cottage,
House or Apartment in Torquay..?

Well you’ve come to the right place.  We have gathered together comprehensive details of the best holiday cottages in Torquay currently available from the top holiday cottage letting agencies and presented them on one website.

We’ve searched so you don’t have to - Read on to find your perfect holiday cottage in Torquay and have a great holiday!

Featured Properties

Kilimani

Torquay, South Devon

Sleeps: 8

3 night stay from £647

Carlingford

Maidencombe, Torquay, Devon

Sleeps: 10-12

From £1,112

Protea Cottage

Torquay, South Devon

Sleeps: 4

3 night stay from £192

Ilsham Cottage

Torquay, South Devon

Sleeps: 8

From £805

Holiday Cottages in Torquay Results:  1-10  |  11-20 |  21-30  |  31-40  |  41-50

Torquay

Torquay is the gem of the English Riviera on the South Devon Coast and has been one of the UK's top destinations for coastal holidays since Victorian Times.


Benefiting from its famously mild climate the town nestles among seven green hills, from where grand Victorian villas and terraces look out over wide expanse of Torbay.


This Devon town was the birthplace and home of internationally- renowned crime writer Agatha Christie, and is steeped in history, from the historic caves of Kents Cavern, to the World War II slipways at Beacon Quay.


Torquay's waterfront is the natural focus for the town. The seafront gardens, palm-lined promenade and harbour with its marina conjure up images of the South of France. There are plenty of pavement cafes, pubs, restaurants and nightlife in the town with good quality shops and a host of attractions to suit every interest.


Further afield there are 22 miles of coastline, cliffs, coves and beaches and some of the best walks in the South West of England. Opportunities abound for all manner of watersports - surfing, swimming, diving, sailing, angling and more.


The natural crescent shape of the bay ensure stunning views can be seen over the English Channel, along the 40 miles of Lyme Bay to Portland Bill or inland towards the Tors of Dartmoor.


Torquay is also an ideal base from which to visit Dartmouth, Totnes, Exeter and Plymouth.


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