Torquay Travel offer group holidays to most popular UK resorts. It is virtually impossible to list all options available as we like to tailor the holiday to suit each individual groups requirements, for this reason we have listed below a selection of our most popular destinations and hotels, all of which are either on the seafront or within a short distance of the seafront. With all groups of 30 people or more we will collect you from your club or chosen pickup point, organise the holiday to suit your exact requirements, you will have sole use of the coach throughout your holiday plus you will be allocated your own personal tour co-ordinator who will deal with the group organiser directly on all aspects of your holiday, to ensure the smooth running of your holiday from the initial booking right through to the completion of your holiday.
If your chosen destination is not listed or if you have previously travelled to a specific hotel and would like to return to the same hotel again, with over 30 years experience and our extensive contacts throughout the industry we are sure we can offer a competitive package to suit your group.
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Built in the reign of Queen Victoria and located on the vast promenade of Wales' premier holiday resort, the hotel has all the luxuries that you would expect from a first class hotel designed to keep everyone entertained, indoors and outdoors - at an affordable cost. Chatsworth House Hotel enjoys a magnificent seafront position, in the middle of a gentle arc of golden sand, flanked by two majestic limestone headlands. It is ideally situated for a stroll along the Prom, yet is only a stone's throw from Llandudno's shops and the pier.
The Hotel Maria is ideally situated not a stone’s throw away from the sea to give you the best possible base from which to enjoy both Sandown and the rest of the Isle of Wight. With it’s unique position on the sweeping Sandown Bay, this delightful town is probably the best loved seaside resort on the Isle of Wight. With nothing but golden sands to disturb the view in any direction, Sandown can offer the perfect holiday destination for all ages. Safe bathing, a traditional Victorian pier, coastal walks and one of the best sunshine records in England combine to give you the perfect holiday at any time of the year.
The Ashton Court Hotel is situated on Louisa Terrace, part of the towns historic Beacon where many notable people chose to make their homes during Exmouths Georgian heyday. The prime position provides the hotel with a spectacular outlook over the Exe Estuary and the beautiful coastline towards Torbay, the hotel is also conveniently close to the town centre and central gardens with the popular bandstand. With the family run atmosphere and excellent position just off the seafront the Ashton Court is an ideal venue for group holidays.
The Glastonbury Hotel is prominently situated on the seafront in the popular town of Eastbourne on the East Sussex coast. The hotel is ideally positioned for the pier and promenade, town centre, Devonshire Park, theatre and conference centre. The hotel has 76 well presented bedrooms all with en-suite facilities, The spacious lounge and bar is a welcoming and relaxing environment where guests can meet and relax with wide views of the seafront.
The Royal Bath Hotel is superbly located in the centre of Bournemouth only a short stroll from the main shopping centre, pleasure gardens and pier. The hotel offers a high standard of cleanliness and cuisine and takes pride in providing a warm and friendly atmosphere. All rooms are en-suite and equipped with television and tea/coffee making facilities, there is also a passenger lift. The hotel offers super leisure facilities and is probably in one of the best positions in Bournemouth.
The Sandringham hotel offers a prime seafront position on Weston's beautiful seafront with easy access to all the local facilities. The Grand Pier, Winter Gardens and Sovereign Centre shopping precinct are close to the hotel. All bedrooms are en-suite, have colour television and tea/coffee making facilities. This carefully chosen hotel provides an excellent standard of cuisine and friendly atmosphere. The hotel is centrally heated and has a passenger lift, the prime position allows easy access to most local attractions.
The Clarence House Hotel enjoys an excellent position on the Esplanade with views from South Beach over Caldey Island and St Catherine's Island Fort across the bay to the Gower Coast, North Devon and Somerset. A passenger lift provides easy access to the bedrooms which are all en-suite and equipped with tea / coffee making facilities, individually controlled room heating allows you to to control the room temperature to suit yourself. The hotel has been owned by the same family for over 50 years and offers an excellent standard of cuisine in the attractive ground floor dining room.
The Royal Hotel located in the heart of Scarborough town centre and overlooking the beautiful South Bay, is in the perfect location to explore all that this charming town has to offer. The Royal dates back to the 1830s, and its grand imposing architecture, including The Royal's famous staircase and atrium, still bears all the hallmarks of the Regency Period. The Royal offers 118 comfortably furnished en-suite rooms, all with their own individual styles modern facilities including TV, Hairdryer Tea & Coffee making . Visit the hotel’s Oasis Health and Leisure Club, with an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna and whirlpool spa for a relaxing and pleasurable experience.
Great Yarmouth offers a wealth of entertainment including, beautiful sandy beaches, theatres, piers and a large shopping area. Whatever your needs Great Yarmouth will have something to keep you busy. The St George hotel is in a wonderful position directly opposite Wellington Pier, the ‘Centre of Entertainments’ in Great Yarmouth. All rooms are en-suite and have colour television and tea/coffee making facilities. The dining room offers an interesting menu of traditional fayre with a warm and friendly atmosphere in the Lounge Bar. This family run hotel offers a super level position just off the seafront, with easy access to many of the local facilities.
The Royal Hotel is situated overlooking the beautiful village and bay of Woolacombe, which is an ideal base for discovering the beauty of North Devon. The beach at Woolacombe is over three miles long and is regarded as one of the finest in the UK. The hotel is in an ideal location for ramblers and hikers with easy access to North Devon coastal paths and Heritage Walks, for the less active a 10 minute stroll with breathtaking scenery will take you into the village and the beach.
THE ROYAL ALBION HOTEL located in a prominent position directly opposite Brighton Pier.The Albion is a Regency Style Hotel, built in 1826 it oozes character and memories of times gone by. The hotel offers a warm and friendly environment in a premier position, has 186 Bedrooms, Restaurant & Bar, and is proud of its reputation as a favourite Brighton Hotel. The Restaurant, lounge and bar boast fabulous views overlooking the English Channel and offer traditional food all day. The vibrant "Bar.rogue" is a stylish bar providing good food and drinks with great music at night.You can be sure of an exciting stay at the Royal Albion Hotel.
A choice of two hotels in Weymouth both situated on the seafront and family run. This classic seaside resort is indebted to George III—he helped to popularise Weymouth when he started to bathe here in 1789. His statue was erected on the esplanade overlooking the long golden beach. By contrast, the narrow harbour retains a maritime flavour with some fine old houses around Custom House Quay, while at Brewers Quay the multimedia Timewalk exhibition includes King George's bathing machine. Across the harbour the labyrinthine 19th-century Nothe Fort is now an entertaining Museum of Coastal Defence. Several more family attractions dot the town, including Weymouth Sea Life Park.
The Rob Roy Hotel is wonderfully situated in idyllic countryside at the gateway to the glorious Trossachs and is set within Scotland’s first national park. The hotel is a gentle one mile stroll along the banks of the river Forth to the picturesque village of Aberfoyle. Named after the legendary local folk hero, the Rob Roy offers a high standard of cuisine in the recently refurbished dining room, friendly staff and good old fashioned value for money. The 103 bedrooms are tastefully decorated and en-suite with colour television, heating and tea/coffee making facilities.