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View from Captain's Quarters

Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • No pets allowed

Stunning panoramic views over Torbay & Meadfoot Beach from the comfort of your apartment.

Captain's Quarters : Spacious, High ceiling & lots of light

Ground Floor direct level access from Parking Bay

Villa Capri Hot Spot Wifi.

New for 2014 Luxury Axminster Carpets throughout.

Once the home of a Noble Man Captain's Quarters, Villa Capri offer you an

Idyllic Peaceful location situated on the South Devon Coastal Path, easy reach of Torquay Harbour:

Bathroom: with bath and shower over bath, hand basin, toilet and heated towel rail.

Lounge: South facing walk in /dining bay window offering stunning views over Daddyhole Plain, Torbay, Berry Head.

Fitted with quality units, incorporating wardrobe and very comfortable double concealed wall bed with memory foam mattress. Lounge chairs, TV/DVD, dining table and chairs. Exclusive dinning terrace overlooking gardens

Kitchen: Fully fitted with full sized cooker, fridge/ freezer compartment, microwave, quality crockery and cookware.

Bedroom: fitted with Twin beds Memory foam mattress, stunning views over Meadfoot beach.

Double glazed UPVC windows

Gas central heating ( included in tariff )

Peaceful location

South facing gardens and sun terraces

½ mile from Torquay harbour / shopping/ restaurants

Size Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedrooms
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
Rooms 1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (2), Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Shared garden
Access Parking


About Torquay

Torquay is full of surprises with its magnificent horseshoe-shaped bay, swaying palm trees, elegant Victorian villas, pretty marina, sweeping sandy beach and its fascinating Agatha Christie connections.

Torquay's history is bound up in the Napoleonic Wars when the town became a watering hole for the rich elite who could no longer visit continental Europe and who were greatly struck by its beauty and mild climate. Following the Battle of Waterloo, Napoleon was held captive on the HMS Bellerophon in Tor Bay for two days and is reported to have exclaimed 'Quel Bon Pays' (what a lovely country).

Over the years, a glittering array of creative and well-connected personages visited the resort and these have been immortalised by the popular Blue Plaque Heritage Trail around Torquay. Famous authors included Flora Thompson of Lark Rise novels and Charles Kingsley who penned the Water Babies. Rudyard Kipling spent two years at Rock House in Torquay, and poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning spent time at the now Hotel Regina on Torquay harbourside. Hesketh Crescent in Torquay was once leased to Charles Darwin and 
Engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel also had a long association here.

The Victorians coined the term English Riviera, by now well established as a fashionable holiday destination, and the very first promotional guide was launched 100 years ago.

Foodies Delight

Torquay is an absolute haven for foodies with a collection of seriously good eating experiences from celebrated restaurants to award-winning fish and chips. You'll love the seafood restaurants with delicious fish sourced from nearby Brixham's famous Fish Market. Families are well catered for with plenty of family friendly eateries just strolling distance from the bustling harbour.

Families and Fun

The perfect place for families, Torquay has a huge number of attractions with Living Coasts, an amazing marine zoo perched over the harbour, the world famous Agatha Christie Trail, Torre Abbey and Gardens, boat trips around the Bay and to nearby Dartmouth, Waves Leisure Pool, Babbacombe Model Village, Bygones plus the amazing Kents Cavern, one of Europe's top prehistoric Stone Age caves. There's also a year-round calendar of exciting events.

Soak up the sights

The views from the lovely Royal Terrace Gardens are spectacular with the magnificent new illuminated staircase a real treat after dark. From here, you can see right across the large sheltered bay to Brixham and Berry Head. Torquay is part of the UNESCO-supported English Riviera Global Geopark, a unique area where cavemen and prehistoric beasts once roamed and its natural beauty has real 'wow' factor.

Strolling and Walking

The spectacular landscape around Torquay will make you want to explore further and there are 22 miles of coastal footpath to enjoy. Take the path behind the famous Imperial Hotel and you'll enjoy a delightful stroll towards the lookout at Daddyhole Plain and on towards Meadfoot Beach. In the other direction you'll pass some lovely headlands and catch sight of the steam train working the gradient to Churston near Brixham. You can also visit the quintessentially English village of Cockington tucked into a pretty valley close to the town.

Water sports

Torquay's sheltered bay makes it perfect for a wide choice of water sports including scuba diving, sailing, kite surfing, wind surfing and water skiing. The latest trend is the gentle but delightful sport of paddle boarding, perfect on the calm waters of Tor Bay.

Evening Entertainment

Torquay comes alive in the evening and pretty lights illuminate the marina and the town. In addition to a wealth of dining choices, there's a great range of waterfront waterholes and chilled-out cocktail bars. You can enjoy a non-stop party in the popular nightclubs or why not book a top quality show at the Princess Theater, one of many vibrant theaters around the Bay?

The Locals are Friendly!

Torquay is a wonderful place for a short visit and a longer stay and offers a really warm welcome with friendly locals providing you with a truly memorable English Riviera holiday experience.

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