The Top Lodges and Cottages in Torquay with Hot Tubs
Pack your bags and head for the best Hot Tub Cabins in Torqay
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With it’s iconic palm trees, beautiful beaches, busy marina and continental-style cafés you could be mistaken for thinking you are in the South of France when staying at a lodge or cottage with hot tub near Torquay. This stunning cosmopolitan seaside resort on the English Riviera has everything you need for a short break or holiday right here in the UK.
Lady’s Mile Holiday Park
Dawlish, South Devon
Superb facilities and excellent accommodation make this South Devon holiday park a popular choice with couples and families looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday living.
The luxury lodges are finished to the highest standard with spacious open-plan kitchens and dining areas, and contemporary bathrooms and showers. All the lodges have a decked veranda which affords a private hot tub ideal for leisurely evenings unwinding under a moonlit sky.
There is so much to do here you, there really is no need to leave; what with 2 swimming pools, a gym, sauna, hair and beauty salon, clubhouse, bowling alley, range of activities and well-stocked shop for essentials Lady’s Mile has everything for a relaxing seaside break.
If you do wish to explore the Blue Flag beach of Dawlish is a short stroll and the vibrant resort of Torquay is only 12 miles away, with its fun family attractions and traditional seaside activities.
Finlake Holiday Resort
Chudleigh, Newton Abbot, South Devon
These exceptional hot tub lodges are situated in the heart of a 130-acres of magical woodland, just minutes away from Newton Abbot and less than half an hour from the beach and attractions of Torquay.
These deluxe self-catering properties offer comfort, and luxury in abundance. With tastefully decorated interiors they sleep from 2-8 people and each boasts a spacious decked area with garden furniture and inviting bubbly hot tub.
Finlake offers everything needed for a memorable family holiday or romantic break. There's something for all ages to enjoy including an indoor heated swimming pool and gym along with steam room and sauna, and for an extra special treat there are a wide range of indulgent spa treatments to indulge in.
An additional outdoor swimming pool with slide, along with, woodland walks, lakes high ropes adventure course, adventure trails, kids adventure playground, horse-riding and extensive programme of activities will keep everyone entertained and happy.
Paignton, South Devon
At the edge of the popular seaside resort of Paignton and just 5 miles from Torquay on the chic English Riviera, Orchard Park is the ideal choice for a Devon escape and provides guests with the opportunity to relax or enjoy an action-packed getaway.
The superb accommodation offers space for all the family with all the comforts of home plus some added extras like an indulgent outdoor hot tub in which to kick back and relax.
Onsite, you’ll find a gym, tennis court, and indoor heated swimming pool complete with steam room and sauna. The park also boasts a children’s playground and charming country pub with restaurant.
Out and about there are plenty of scenic walks, cycle trails and an abundance of wildlife to discover at nearby Dartmoor National Park, enjoy all the fun of the seaside at Torquay just a few minutes’ drive away or visit the many fun-filled family attractions nearby.
Paignton, South Devon
With spectacular views over the Devon countryside, this superb holiday park is situated in 60 acres of picturesque parkland. The popular seaside town of Paignton is just 2 miles away and Torquay only a 15-minute drive.
Providing comfortable and stylish hot tub lodges that sleep 2-6 guests with modern kitchen facilities, free Wi Fi and lovely outdoor area featuring a rejuvenating hot tub they are the ideal choice for a romantic retreat or fun-filled family holiday.
Facilities onsite include, a full programme of entertainment staff, kids' club, children's playground, swimming pool, tennis court, gym an excellent pub/restaurant serving food and a fine selection of real ales, if you fancy a meal or night out.
Paignton Zoo is a mere 20-minute walk away, and there are a wealth of outdoor pursuits and water-sports nearby. Dartmoor National Park is home to a range of fun activities for all the family including; horse riding, canoeing, climbing and cycling.
Oakcliff Holiday Park
Dawlish, South Devon
600 yards from a stunning Blue Flag beach, nestled in the peaceful grounds of an impressive Georgian manor house Oakcliff Holiday Park is the perfect place to kick back, relax and enjoy the Devon countryside with all it has to offer.
Spacious contemporary interiors combine with rustic charm to give these luxurious lodges a soothing ambiance, a substantial decked area complete with inviting hot tub completes the superior 5* accommodation.
The outdoor pool and children’s play area onsite make this lovely park ideal for families and guests can also use the extensive facilities of Oakcliff’s sister park St Lady’s Mile just a 10-minute stroll away.
An ideal base to explore the area, check out the many historic sites, have a go at the wealth of activities, enjoy some retail therapy in the beautiful city of Exeter or spend the day at the beach. Torquay the highlight of the English Riviera is just half an hour away.
Fingle Glen Lodges
Exeter, South Devon
Luxury log cabins with hot tubs situated on the excellent Fingle Glen Golf Course with stunning views of the surrounding countryside, ideal for couples wanting a romantic getaway with plenty to do and see nearby.
All these Scandinavian-style lodges are finished to exacting standards and have been designed with an emphasis on comfort and style. Fully equipped with everything you could wish for the rejuvenating outdoor hot tub is an added bonus.
Located at the edge of Dartmoor this exceptional park is ideally located to explore both the wild and rugged moorland along with stunning coastal paths and idyllic villages.
There is fishing and golf onsite along with a range of beauty treatments and superb restaurant. Add to this, scenic walks right from the doorstep and proximity to a wealth of activities and attractions including the historic town of Exeter and the vibrant seaside resort of Torquay and you have the perfect holiday destination.
With some of the mildest weather in the UK, miles of golden sand and a host of attractions Torquay attracts millions of visitors each year to bask in the cosmopolitan atmosphere.
How to get there
A popular tourist destination for well over a century Torquay has excellent links to major networks and is easily accessible from just about anywhere.
Located on the south coast of Devon, if you’re travelling by car from the north, head for the M1 or M6 until Birmingham then take the M5 southbound to Exeter finally join the A380 onwards to Torquay.
From London, start by take the M4 towards Bristol and then join the M5 southbound once again changing to the A380 for the final stages of your journey.
Torquay has excellent rail links and can be reached from all over the UK changing at Bristol or Exeter. There is a regular service to and from London Paddington which takes around 3 hours and Birmingham takes around 3 and a half hours.
(Visit the national rail enquiries website for the best route)
Being so popular, coach companies across the country run services to Torquay and some have some great offers so shop around. National Express also run a service to the resort from many of the UK’s cities.
Things to do in Torquay
A stunning seafront, vibrant marina and magnificent beaches, Torquay is noted for its wealth of year-round activities and cosmopolitan atmosphere. it’s the perfect destination for families, couples looking for romance or groups of friends celebrating a special occasion.
Places to eat and drink Torquay
No trip to Devon is complete without a delicious cream tea and there are plenty of places to enjoy this local delicacy throughout Torquay, in fact, with quintessential tearooms, trendy cafés, gastropubs and Michelin starred restaurants-Torquay is a foodie’s heaven.
Sit and take in the stunning views from Pier Point Restaurant where you can enjoy fresh local produce for reasonable prices or enjoy the ultimate fine dining experience at the Michelin starred Elephant Restaurant where during the week you can enjoy a set lunch starting at £18.50.
If fine dining isn’t your thing don’t worry there are plenty of traditional fish and chip shops, takeaways and of course fresh pasties straight from the oven.
Living Coasts Torquay
Torquay's award-winning aquarium, is home to an array of marine life from all around the world. Journey from a mangrove forest to the coast of South Arica, get up close and personal with the penguins and come face to face with the seals.
As well as fascinating marine creatures, there are activities, games for the kids and stunning underwater viewing areas.
With a wealth of events and different activities throughout the year, you are guaranteed an amazing day here whatever the weather.
Online Tickets (with donation)
Step into the stone age with a visit Kent’s Cavern- one of the country’s finest show caves. During the guided tour you will learn how the caves were formed millions of years ago and marvel at the stalagmites and stalactites. See the teeth and bones of ice age animals and discover secrets from a bygone age. The tour itself takes around an hour but there are coastal walks, kid’s activities and an adventure trail to explore as well along with an excellent café and well-stocked souvenir shop.
Torquay has several beaches so whether you want to lie on the soft sand, go rock-pooling, or enjoy a game of fetch with the dog you are sure to find one to suit.
Torre Abbey Sands / Corbyn Sands
A small sandy beach right in the heart of Torquay by the palm-lined promenade ideal to sit with an ice-cream and gaze out to sea. High tides will cover most the sand but there is safe swimming, toilets, a café, deckchairs for hire and a beach shop
(Note; no dogs)
This sand and shingle beach doesn’t get as busy as some of the others, so you can always find space to unwind. There is ample parking, a café, shop and sunbed hire available.
(Note; dogs allowed)
This idyllic sandy beach in a secluded cove is surrounded by cliffs and woodland access is by a steep path. The café and toilets are open from May until September and the nearest car park is a short walk away,
(Note; dogs allowed)
This is a fantastic sand and shingle beach for all ages! Little ones can paddle in the shallows while the more adventurous have a variety of water sports to choose from. It is accessible via a steep road or the famous Babbacombe Cliff Funicular Railway.
(Note; no dogs)
This sheltered sand and shingle beach a little east of Torquay is ideal for Scuba diving, sailing and fishing, there is limited parking but there is a café, toilet and deckchair hire during the summer months
(Note; dogs allowed)
Perfect for a spot of rock-pooling this beautiful shingle beach is the ideal spot if you want to escape the crowds and relax in stunning surroundings, you can rent a deckchair or enjoy a bite to eat in the charming beach café
(Note; dogs allowed)
This pebble and sand Blue Flag award-winning beach is overlooked by the Osborne Hotel and has plenty of parking nearby. It is safe to swim and boasts a row of pretty beach huts.
(Note; Dogs allowed in restricted areas)
The Final Word
This gorgeous seaside town has a unique laid-back atmosphere so however you spend your days either surfing the waves, taking a boat trip, chilling with a drink by the harbour or visiting the nearby fun-filled family attractions you are assured of a relaxing break to remember when staying at a cottage or lodge with hot tub near Torquay.
The perfect destination for a romantic weekend away, action-packed family holiday or getaway with friends and with late deals, low deposits and special offers, luxurious hot tub holidays in Torquay are just a click away.