29 Bed & breakfasts in Torquay

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    Cockington Village, Court & Country Garden

    Located just half a mile from the centre of Torquay, this is three great attractions in one! Cockington is a picturesque traditional Devon village with many historic buildings. Surrounding the village is the award-winning Cockington Country Park, with acres of formal gardens, woodlands and small lakes to explore. Then, within the park is Cockington Court - a sixteenth century manor house that has been converted into a craft center with over twenty studios, an art gallery, tea rooms and children’s play area. And there is no entry fee for any of it!

    Off the beaten track this is a lovely pebbly beach and perfect for a day away from the hustle and bustle of Torquay.

    Beautiful stately home and gardens that is also an art gallery and museum. The Abbey was built in 1168, converted into a family home in 1682 and it's current incarnation as an art gallery in 1930. The museum tells this fascinating story and the history of the area using both historic artifacts and modern interactive displays. Cafe and gift shop on site. Well worth a visit!

    The caves are very beautiful and our tour guide was very knowledgeable this is a great place to visit!

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    Serendipity Cafe & Patisserie

    A cute little cafe with staff who know how to make a perfect cup of both coffee and tea and with a fantastic choice of incredible sweet treats. They also do a full lunch.

    A small, intimate restaurant quaintly decorated with vintage memorabilia. All fish, fowl and red meat is fresh, free-range, locally sourced and cooked to perfection! Only open weekends and well worth booking in advance.

    Beautiful cafe in St Marychurch and really worth visiting! Highly recommend!

    Daisycakes main purpose is as a boutique bakery, creating specialty hand-crafted cakes, cupcakes and other sweet treats. But it is also a very stylish cafe, serving all of the above as well as fantastic paninis and coffee.

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    Agatha Christie's hometown

    The great crime writer Agatha Christie was born in Torquay in 1890. Christie holds the records for both best-selling novelist ever, and the longest running play ever (The Mousetrap), which has been showing continuously in London's West End since 1952.