A slight contrast to other Torquay hotels, the Tor Park Hotel offers a slice of peace and tranquility amongst the busy, vibrant atmosphere of the seafront. Located in a quiet residential area, and just a mile from the seafront, our hotel is perfectly placed to explore the wonders of the English Riviera. Explore the incredible marina alongside an array of shops, boutiques, restaurants and cafes - all within walking distance of Tor Park. For the lovers of the outdoors, our hotel makes the perfect base for a walking holiday along the coastline and beauty spots of Devon.
After a long day exploring Torquay, the Tor Park Hotel will be there with a warm welcome and the opportunity to kick back and relax. Our hotel has 63 comfortable bedrooms, offering standard and standard plus options. Every room features an en-suite bathroom alongside a flatscreen TV, free internet access, a phone and the option of a wake up service and alarm.
Tor Park has all public facilities conveniently located on the ground floor. Our on-site restaurant menu offers a range of delicious dishes for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Before turning in for the evening, why not also enjoy some live entertainment, a turn on the dancefloor and a drink or snack from the bar menu. The hotel’s sun terrace offers stunning views along the coast and seafront - perfect for a summer’s evening.
Torquay is a quintessential British seaside town mixed with a unique Mediterranean atmosphere. Sitting at the heart of the famous English Riviera on Devon’s South Coast, this traditional seaside resort is the perfect holiday destination with festivals, attractions and beauty spots to be enjoyed all year round. Torquay is located within a UNESCO-recognised Global Geopark with stretches of stunning countryside, beautifully maintained Victorian appearance.
The thriving seaside town sports an international marina and many cafés, restaurants and bars. Check out the English Riviera Wheel, offering a bird’s-eye view of the harbour, take a boat trip to Brixham and Paignton, learn a new water sport or venture inland to the wonders of Dartmoor National Park. Learn more in our local guide.