Monday, December 29, 2008

Torquay Hotels

If you're looking for somewhere to stay in Torquay you have a wide variety of hotels, guest houses and B&B's to select from. But beware if you're thinking about visiting this seaside town in the peak summer season then it's best to choose and book your place to stay well ahead of time. Because of it's pleasant all year round climate, Torquay is a town that attracts visitors of all ages right the way through the year and especially in summer.

During this article, we'll take a look at just some of the kinds of accommodation that you can choose from when you decide to stay in Torquay. Along with the many hotels, guest houses and bed & breakfasts there are also self catering and other places to stay as well.

If you don't want to stay in the relatively busy town center then it's worth thinking about booking your place in a quiet farmhouse. There are many farms who to help make ends meet are now letting out rooms to people visiting the Torquay area.

As you'd expect, the accommodation is good quality and they are value for money as well. On top of that, if you've got children in your party what could be of more interest than letting them have the opportunity to interact with animals. It will definitely give them plenty to speak about when they go back to school after their summer holiday.

Another cheap way of spending time in Torquay is to stay at one of the many camping and caravan parks, which are located close to the town. They are almost always friendly places and certainly your children will soon be making new friends whilst you're relaxing. You have the choice of either staying at ones which are right next to the coastline or ones that are situated a bit inland.

The caravans and mobile homes on these sites that you can rent offer you some of the luxuries you would expect at home. They have showers (and sometimes a bath), along with a kitchen and a TV, plus they are extremely spacious compared to a hotel room. On average, depending on the exact unit you choose to rent you're looking at around £300 per week in high season.

That said, if you want to be in the very heart of the town and so within easy reach of all its facilities then booking a hotel, guest house or bed and breakfast for your vacation. There are plenty of them to choose from and they all offer good quality lodging. Certainly, if your budget is fairly tight then choosing a guest house or bed & breakfast will be cheaper than choosing a hotel.

When it comes to where to stay in Torquay check this list of Torquay hotels. You'll be pleasantly surprised at the enormous choice of places to stay that you can select from. However, as mentioned previously it is important that you book your accommodation well ahead of your trip especially if you're planning to visit Torquay in the height of the UK's sometimes sunny summer season.

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