A7 Masts - Beach side, balcony, secure parking

Torquay

Moments from the seafront, this chic 3-bedroom beach apartment overlooks Torquay Marina and Torre Abbey Sands. Enjoy stunning English Riviera views from the balcony and relax with friends or family in the immaculate open-plan living area. The bedrooms and bathrooms have a lu...

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HIGHLIGHTS

Sleeps:6 Bedrooms:3 Beds:4 Bathrooms:2
Sea View
Beach Nearby
Family Friendly
Garden
WiFi
Suitable For Children
Suitable For Infants

PROPERTY DETAILS

THE SPACE

Oozing high-end seaside charm, this beautiful apartment is a sociable space: the perfect pad for a relaxing holiday with friends and family. Inside, you’ll find a large open-plan kitchen, dining and comfy living room leading out to the private balcony. The contemporary grey and cool white decor accentuates the dazzling blue sea beyond the large folding glass doors. Relax on the large sofa to make the most of the gorgeous views in cooler months or head out onto the balcony on fine days.

The open kitchen has everything you need to create a fancy feast or quick breakfast. Relaxed, open living means you can choose if you want to eat inside where you can still enjoy stunning views, or outside on the sunny balcony with your morning brew or a glass of something chilled in the evening. Indoor-outdoor living in summer and a cosy nook in winter: this beautiful property is the perfect beach bolt-hole, whatever weather the south-west throws at you.

When the day draws to a close, you’ll find three beautifully styled bedrooms with leafy green views. The airy super-king master bedroom is comfortable and bright, with a modern ensuite walk-in shower. The second double bedroom and twin room are fresh and cosy, with a real home-from-home vibe without the stress. There’s also a spa-inspired neutral family bathroom down the hallway.

As tempting as it is to stay put for your entire holiday, it’s easy to get out and about and explore everything that this glorious part of Devon has to offer, with or without a car. A7 Masts is located a short stroll from the popular sea front, where there are an array of excellent places to eat. Torquay is a foodie heaven, known for its freshly caught fish! Whether you have come to relax or explore, or a bit of both, A7 Masts allows you to do it in elegant style.

GUEST ACCESS

Fresh Escapes will provide access details to the property exactly 48 hours before your check-in time. A7 Masts is for your exclusive use.

INTERACTION

Fresh Escapes is a professional holiday letting and management company with years of experience marketing, managing and even owning holiday homes in and around Devon. We’re proud of our family roots and aim to provide this same family feel to all our guests. We know that many of our guests come on holiday to escape the world, and so we won't disturb you too much during your stay. We'll check in with you after you've arrived, and we'll be on hand if you need anything during your visit, but the house is yours to enjoy and we hope you'll love it as much as we do.

OTHER THINGS TO NOTE

There is only allocated parking for one car. any other cars will have to park on Warren road outside the front of the building.

ACCESS TO COMMUNAL GARDEN

There is a right of shared access for all residents to the communal garden. BBQs must not be lit in this space, and we ask that you are respectful of other residents and lower level apartments in respect of noise, behaviour etc. For details on how to access this space, please check your pre-arrival information which has the gate code.

GETTING AROUND

Being in the centre of Torquay you're within easy walking distance to a number of great family attractions, as well as bars, restaurants and eateries galore. If you're looking to get further afield and explore more of Devon, there are great public transport links too, with bus stops along the seafront, and Torquay Rail Station just 10-15 minutes walk away from the apartment.

Torquay railway station is 22 minutes on foot, seven minutes by car, 20 minutes via bus and eight minutes by bike.

There is a direct rail service to London Paddington connecting with the inter-city network at Newton Abbot.

Torquay benefits from a comprehensive bus network that will take you to many of the destinations and attractions in the area. Stagecoach South West and Torbay Buses offer great services covering the English Riviera.

There are taxi ranks located immediately outside the coach and railway stations throughout the English Riviera. Torbay Taxis offer a service 365 days per year with six-, seven- and eight-seater vehicles.

From the end of March until the end of October there are regular ferries between Torquay, Paignton and Brixham. The journey time is approximately 30 minutes. Further information can be found via the Dartmouth Rail River Company website or the We Ferry website. Daily boat trips also depart from Torquay and Brixham to Dartmouth – the journey time is about an hour and a half each way.

THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Torquay is a stylish resort with a real continental atmosphere. It knows how to cater for everyone’s tastes. For watersports, fishing and sailing, Torquay has a fabulous choice of beaches, while the evenings provide fine dining, theatre, cinema and star-studded shows for all the family.

Torquay also has some of Devon’s best attractions including Kents Cavern, 800-year-old Torre Abbey with its Agatha Christie-inspired Potent Plants Garden and Babbacombe Model Village. Go back in time along Cockington’s narrow lanes, a charming village lined with thatched houses that date back to the 16th century. You can also walk the Agatha Christie mile and discover some of the murder scenes described in her novels. Take the picturesque steam train to Kingswear and jump aboard a riverboat up the Dart to visit her magnificent riverside residence at Greenway, run by the National Trust.

If you have your car, you can play a round at Torquay Golf club and discover the local beaches, such as Torre Sands. Paignton, Goodrington Sands and Broadsands are nearby. Head to Meadfoot Beach for sunbathing, crabbing and lunch at the local cafe or go on a paddleboarding adventure at Anstey’s Cove.

You could also catch the ferry over to historic Brixham harbour (Dartmouth) to enjoy Berry Head National Nature Reserve and its colourful rare plants or pick up something from the catch of the day at Brixham’s famous Fish Market.

Torquay is a real foodie destination. Try The Waddling Duck Bistro, the Cary Arms, Ollie’s, The Old Vienna and The Orange Tree. For seafood, head to No.7 Fish restaurant, which overlooks the marina, while Michelin-starred fare can be found at The Elephant. Pick up some treats for lunch at Me & Mrs Jones deli or indulge yourself at Naughty But Nice patisserie.

AMENITIES

  • Dishwasher
  • Dryer
  • Free parking on premises
  • Heating
  • Iron
  • Refrigerator
  • Stove
  • TV
  • Washer
  • Bathtub
  • Beach Front
  • Beach View
  • Bed linens
  • Carbon monoxide detector
  • Cleaning Disinfection
  • Coffee maker
  • Cookware
  • Crib
  • Desk
  • Dishes and silverware
  • Emergency exit
  • Enhanced cleaning practices
  • Essentials
  • Extra pillows and blankets
  • Family/kid friendly
  • Fire extinguisher
  • First aid kit
  • Free parking on street
  • Garden or backyard
  • Hangers
  • Hair dryer
  • High chair
  • High touch surfaces disinfected
  • Hot water
  • Internet
  • Kettle
  • Kitchen
  • Laptop friendly workspace
  • Microwave
  • Long term stays allowed
  • Near Ocean
  • Oven
  • Ocean Front
  • Pack ’n Play/travel crib
  • Patio or balcony
  • Private entrance
  • Single level home
  • Smoke detector
  • Stereo system
  • Sea view
  • Toaster
  • Towels provided
  • Town
  • Water View
  • Waterfront
  • Wireless Internet
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About TORQUAY

The quintessential bucket-and-spade resort seaside town of Torquay on Devon’s English Riviera coast is vibrant, cheerful and family friendly. Although it has suffered from a ‘resort town’ reputation in the past, a recent revival has made it a hot spot for seaside escapes. Today, Torquay is a stylish resort with a real continental atmosphere. It knows how to cater for everyone’s tastes. For watersports, fishing and sailing, Torquay has a fabulous choice of beaches, while the evenings provide fine dining, theatre, cinema and star-studded shows for all the family.

Where to eat and drink
Rockfish

Priding itself on its sustainability and overlooking the inner harbour, Rockfish on 20 Victoria Parade offers alternatives to a classic fish and chip supper (which it also serves).

Where to walk
Kents Cavern

Try the pleasant circular amble from Kents Cavern in Torquay through woodland to Meadfoot Beach, where you can enjoy some superb coastal views. After another stretch of woods you join the coastal path to spectacular Anstey's Cove, before a short walk back to Torquay.

What to do
Greenway

Take the picturesque steam train to Kingswear and jump aboard a riverboat up the Dart to visit Agatha Christie’s magnificent riverside residence at Greenway, run by the National Trust.

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A7 Masts - Beach side, balcony, secure parking
Torquay