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Set next to Torbay Royal Terrace Gardens, this quaint hotel is one of the few level seafront hotels in Torquay, situated directly opposite the marina and harbour. The hotel offers guests stylish accommodation overlooking the picturesque seafront.
The Bay Torbay Hotel is superbly located by the marina, across from the promenade, offering guests stylish accommodation on the picturesque seafront.
The hotel has two bars, a bustling sun terrace, and on-site café and snack bar, providing space to relax with a welcoming, sociable atmosphere.
The hotel has 111 attractive bedrooms with a choice of room type, all of a good size. Whether you’re looking for a great value high quality room or something more luxurious you’ll find something suitable for all budgets and occasions.
Located on the south in Devonshire coast, Torquay is a popular seaside resort with a busy harbour, beautiful beaches and swaying palm trees.
Whatever you’re looking for Torquay has something to offer including Living Coasts- an award-winning coastal aquarium, boat trips, Kents Cavern and the English Riviera Wheel.
If you’re looking to relax then take a stroll around the pretty marina or the two piers, and enjoy a delicious Devon cream tea from one of the many tearooms.
Well presented accommodation offering a good level of quality and comfort throughout
Evening entertainment (selected nights)
Lift to one or more floors
Tea & coffee making facilities
Parking chargeable - limited availability (pre-book with hotel)
24 hour reception
Check in 3pm
Check out 10am
Easily accessible by rail
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