If you are a nature lover, Best Western Gleneagles in the vicinity of a cove, hills and a harbour is a good budget choice. Waters Edge Hotel is an affordable choice that is a 15-minute walk from Silver Halo Charters.
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If you enjoy nature, why not choose a central Best Western Livermead Cliff Hotel, which features a golf course, a solarium and a swimming pool as well as located next to gardens and an oasis. Visitors who are interested in English food are recommended to book Corbyn Head Hotel in the center near Pier Point Restaurant & Bar. In Babbacombe district, you'll find The Downs Babbacombe, which offers diving, snorkeling and bowling.
To stay near Living Coasts, look into hotels in Torquay City Centre district, such as The Westgate.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Torquay
Riviera Lodge Hotel offers stylish, upscale accommodation directly in Torquay City Centre district, and features a Jacuzzi, a seasonal outdoor pool and complimentary private parking. Babbacombe Bay Hotel is one of the top-ranked boutique hotels, located near South West Coast Path Walk- Meadfoot & London Bridge. Chain hotel you might consider is Richmond Hotel, within walking distance of Goodrington Park, featuring 84£.
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There are 47 budget apartments such as Ansteys Lea for avid travelers. The Briarfields is a B&B that is 15 minutes' walk to Corbyn Headland. For a family holiday, check out Acorn Lodge, a kid-friendly hotel that comes with free private parking, a sunbathing terrace and a sundeck. The Albaston is a 5-star resort hotel featuring a sun terrace and a sun deck alongside with wonderful views.