Why not discover the South West coastal path!
This stylish, totally refurbished apartment with enclosed, private garden is in an outstanding location, situated in the centre of the quaint and traditional town of St Marychurch, Torbay, with its butchers, greengrocers, bakeries and coffee shops quite literally on your doorstep. They receive daily delivers of fresh produce which makes this such a unique place, you may hear the local van arriving at the start of the day - it almost feels like being abroad! Below the apartment is Garry Toms Pain Specialist Pain Clinic.
The apartment has been totally refurbished from a cottage dating back over 300 years. The main area of the apartment is open plan - lounge, kitchen, diner. The master bedroom at the front has an en-suite shower, the second bedroom has bunk beds with a family bathroom separating the two bedrooms. The garden is an enclosed patio area with garden furniture and BBQ. Wi-Fi is available throughout the apartment.
Torbay is made up of three towns Torquay, Paignton and Brixham. You are minutes from the beautiful Babbacombe Downs with it's stunning beach, cliff top railway, bars and eateries – It is in a great situation as less than an hour away is Dartmouth, Totnes, Kingsbridge and Salcombe. Torquay is on a peninsula so we have award winning beaches surrounding us.
The English Rivera boasts 20 beaches and coves to explore. There is a famous 20 mile coastal path. There are many events and festivals throughout the year held in Torquay and Torbay. Torbay has two theatres: the Princess theatre and Babbacombe theatre.
The beautiful Oddicombe & Babbacombe beach with its clean sands and ocean views are both within walking distance from the apartment (6 minutes) or a short drive in the car. Here you can enjoy the clifftop railway and the recently built Babbacombe beach bar and a range of watersports. Babbacombe is famous for its model village and a visit to Kents Cavern (only a short drive away) is a real must!
The famous English Riviera - Torquay is only a five minute drive, here you can enjoy the shops, restuarants, extensive sandy beach and the exclusive Torquay Marina. If you enjoy watching penguins waddling and seals diving then the Living Coasts Centre is worth a visit - don't forget your camera! You may also like to make use of the Torquay Riviera Centre which offers a range of sports and fun pool for those days when the sun isn't shining. You may wish to leave the car and use the regular bus service which passes through Babbacombe and on to a variety of local areas. You will also have an opportunity to view the area from the open top bus trips or if you don't have a fear of heights, then why not take a relaxing ride on the Torquay wheel!(summer months only)
If you are feeling energetic and enjoy walking, there is the South West Coastal path from the end of Babbacombe Beach along the headland and in to Torquay - allow a couple of hours to complete, then why not finish the day with a boat trip around the bay, across to Brixham or if there's enough time why not venture by boat to Dartmouth.