Enjoy the best of South Devon from a luxurious seaside pad on the English Riviera that makes the most of beautiful design and modern amenities
10 Astor House is listed in affiliation with James Lund.
Situated on the cliffs of Torquay, this marvellous apartment combines graceful style with a prime location – ideal for getting to know the English Riviera.
This stylish, contemporary space sits inside a former Victorian Villa, and sleeps four guests in one bedroom and a sofa bed in the lounge. The main living room is bright and modern, and is filled with natural light thanks to big floor-to-ceiling windows. These windows allow you to enjoy the amazing sea views from inside, but if you want to really soak in your surroundings, you’ll want to sit out on your wraparound balcony in the summer sunshine.
The living area is open plan and has a lounge, kitchen and dining space all in one. The lounge has a sofa bed, as well as a coffee table and a TV with a DVD/Blueray player, which makes movie nights in a joy. You also have access to a variety of games, books and DVDs, to keep you entertained during your stay.
The apartment’s kitchen is nicely equipped with everything you’ll need. The modern kitchen has an oven, hob, microwave, fridge with ice box, washer dryer, and an iron and ironing board. And when it comes to dinner time, you have space for four around your dining table that is ideally positioned so you can take in the view. A high chair is also available on request.
The stylish bedroom has a comfy double bed as well as storage space for your clothes, and you also have access to an additional travel cot that can be pre-arranged before you arrive. The living room also has a comfy sofa bed to allow an extra two guests. The apartment’s bathroom has a shower over the bath as well as a basin and WC.
Guests will be pleased to know that the many attractions of Torquay are close at hand. Numerous restaurants and cafés line the Torbay Road which runs alongside the beach, and a little further along you’ll find the Princess Theatre and the English Riviera Wheel – a 60m high observation wheel for the best views across the area. Not far away, children will love Dinosaur World, and adults will appreciate the fine dining of renowned restaurant, The Elephant.
Just down the coast, Paignton and Dartmouth are close enough for a day out, with the steam railway, Paignton Zoo and the National Marine Aquarium among the most popular reasons to visit. This part of Devon has an enormous amount to discover both on the coast and inland, with Exeter and the vast Dartmoor National Park also accessible in around 30 minutes.
Dogs are allowed in certain apartments, please check with owner
10% deposit on booking with balance due one month before arrival.
Please contact the owner for a personal quote for your dates
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