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Luxurious king-size solid oak framed bed.
Cosy lounge with leather suite - TV, DVD, music centre and free WiFi all included.
Beautiful Torquay - the Inner Harbour, just moments from Trinity Mews.
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Overview
1 bedroom
1 bathroom
2 guests
3 nights minimum
Condo/Apartment
"We're good to go" - in line with advice from the UK Government and Visit Britain, an enhanced cleaning regime will be in place to ensure your safety. Our cleaning company has adopted the national certificated Covid-19 Secure Cleaning Standards and Protocols. Acquired in 2016, 18 Trinity Mews has proved itself popular with couples seeking a holiday hideaway which is quiet and relaxed, yet close to Torquay's bustling inner Harbour, great restaurants and lively nightlife. This cosy one-bedroom flat is decorated, furnished and equipped to a high standard and situated within a characterful historic building in a great location a couple of minutes away from the Harbour - a perfect hideaway for couples! Our flat is located within an historic Grade 2 Listed mews building, in a Conserva..."We're good to go" - in line with advice from the UK Government and Visit Britain, an enhanced cleaning regime will be in place to ensure your safety. Our cleaning company has adopted the national certificated Covid-19 Secure Cleaning Standards and Protocols. Acquired in 2016, 18 Trinity Mews has proved itself popular with couples seeking a holiday hideaway which is quiet and relaxed, yet close to Torquay's bustling inner Harbour, great restaurants and lively nightlife. This cosy one-bedroom flat is decorated, furnished and equipped to a high standard and situated within a characterful historic building in a great location a couple of minutes away from the Harbour - a perfect hideaway for couples! Our flat is located within an historic Grade 2 Listed mews building, in a Conservation Area, that once housed horses and carriages. The bedroom contains a luxurious oak-framed king-size bed and oak furniture; the lounge has a leather sofa and armchair and a separate dining table and chairs; there is a fully-equipped kitchen with fridge freezer, washer/dryer, dishwasher, cooker, hob, electric kettle, toaster and microwave; and a self-contained bathroom with shower over the bath. There is free TV through Freeview and free WiFi. The flat also has an audio system which plays from digital radio, CD, USB and Bluetooth. The flat is in a quiet side-street yet just moments away from Torquay's bustling Harbour area, seafront and town centre with all its shops, restaurants, pubs and bars; and is ideal for couples looking for an intimate seaside hideaway for a few days. The Harbour is also the focal point of the local bus network, and Torquay is well-served by trains and coaches, so the flat is ideal for a car-free getaway. There are also a number of beaches in a variety of beautiful settings within easy reach. The main Abbey Sands in Torquay itself is about ten minutes' walk away, whilst in the opposite direction is the beautiful and tranquil Meadfoot Beach, set in a wooded bay and with a small café. There are a number of other attractive beaches in the area, and beautiful sea views from the coastal paths and cliff top at nearby Daddyhole Plain. Torquay is consistently voted by TripAdvisor users as one of the best seaside resorts in England, and it is not difficult to see why. South-facing and set in a sheltered bay, it is one of the warmest and sunniest spots in the UK. Torquay, together with the neighbouring family-friendly resort of Paignton and the pretty, intimate fishing town of Brixham make up The English Riviera; 22 miles of stunning coastline and beaches, and myriad attractions and things to see and do for all ages. It is also an ideal base for exploring the cities, towns and countryside of South Devon. The unique geography of the area led to it becoming the first urban area in the world to be granted Geopark status in 2007. But above all, we want you to feel at home. We use the flat too as a home-from-home and we want you to enjoy it as much as we do! Additional Information: Inclusive pricing: the price you pay includes bed linen and towels (no need to bring your own); gas, electricity and water; free TV, DVD and WiFi and there is even milk, tea, coffee, sugar and biscuits for when you arrive. There is no additional guest booking fee for this property. Arrival and departure: The flat is available from 4pm on arrival day. Please vacate by 9.30am on departure day, to give the cleaning company time to prepare the flat between guests. For the time being we ask that guests bag up their bedlinen and towels before departure. Accessibility statement: this flat is not wheelchair accessible, and may not be suitable for people with limited mobility as it does not have step-free access. The approach to Trinity Mews is up a short but steep hill, and the flat is accessed by 20 steps up to the first floor balcony. The shower is not walk-in, but requires stepping into and out of the bath. Car parking: The flat does not have a dedicated parking space. Trinity Mews is in a Controlled Parking Zone, but I can provide free of charge daily Visitor Parking Permits so you can park in the adjacent streets. The flat is registered with the local Council as a Holiday Let and is liable for local non-domestic rates. All net income from holiday letting is declared for UK tax purposes. If no. 18 is not available for your dates, or if you are looking for a flat to accommodate a small family or group (2-4 people), I also own and let out 16 Trinity Mews next door - property ID 5998144More
House Rules
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: No
Guests must be over 18. Visitors are welcome but may not stay overnight.
Bathrooms
1 Full bath
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Meet the host
Julian W
Hosting since February 2015
Response Rate: 100%
Response Time: Within a few hours
Interaction with guestsI do not offer meet-and-greet, but shortly before you are due to arrive I will send you all the information you need to be able to get into the flat. I will also give you the telephone contact numbers of the local Property Management Company whom I use to manage the flat, so you have someone to contact if for any reason you are unable to access the flat, or there is a problem with the flat when you arrive or during your stay.
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Reviews (48)
Lynn R
Lynn R
2 contributions
Another lovely stay
Another lovely stay in your apartment thank you Julian.This apartment has everything you need a real home from home .Will book again next year all being well
Visited July 2022
Written 17 July 2022. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

Anne J
Anne J
Birmingham, United Kingdom5 contributions
Lovely apartment
We enjoyed our stay at this apartment. We have stayed here a few times now and always have a nice relaxing time. Apartment is very spacious. Close to harbour, buses, Ferry over to Brixham. Restaurants. Booked for October.
Visited May 2022
Written 16 June 2022. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

AlanMN542QM
AlanMN542QM
London, United Kingdom10 contributions
A Perfect Holiday
The flat was immaculate, instructions from owner Julian re access to Mews and flat very easy to follow. Less than a two minute walk from town, perfectly situated for all things Torquay. Perfect for a short or long stay, everything catered for in the flat. Tea, coffee and milk a welcome surprise after a long train journey A perfect week for us and would highly recommend this flat, exceptional value for money, thank you.
Visited May 2022
Written 15 May 2022. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

Maureen Gibson
Maureen Gibson
2 contributions
18 trinity news
Excellent stay clean comfortable everything you could want … so accessible to all amenities .. would definitely recommend it , it’s our third visit
Visited December 2021
Written 16 February 2022. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

ChrisJ22321
ChrisJ22321
Brightlingsea, United Kingdom4 contributions
Excellent
Clean, tidy, well equipped, excellent location... Just perfect for a holiday, whether relaxing or sailing every day.
Visited August 2021
Written 15 August 2021. This review is the subjective opinion of an individual traveller and not of Tripadvisor LLC nor of its partners. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

Barry K
Barry K
Kent, United Kingdom4 contributions
A little gem!
We could not recommend this place enough as it is definitely a home from home. Trinity Mews is a little gem very central to the harbour and shops. The apartment was very clean and every detail thought of including biscuits!! We enjoyed our week exploring Devon using the bus and water ferry, was nice not to drive and so easy & cheap to use public transport. We had no issues parking and even found a free space although parking permits were in the apartment if needed. We found the information book in the apartment very useful and referred to it a few times. We hope to return in the future to explore Devon further and would definitely stay here again.
Visited August 2021
Written 7 August 2021. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

Quest58336317933
Quest58336317933
1 contribution
luvly apartment
lovely apartment very clean home from home all amenities you could need would return back to apartment only downside is very limited parking ended up streets away.apartment very close to harbour, shops and restuarants.which is a bonus.
Visited July 2021
Written 7 August 2021. This review is the subjective opinion of an individual traveller and not of Tripadvisor LLC nor of its partners. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

Diane B
Diane B
1 contribution
Lovely flat shame about the parking.
The appartment was lovely, everything you could possibly need. Nice, clean & modern. Unfortunately the parking was a nightmare. We both have disabilities, only one disabled spot close by & we had to park about 3 streets away most days. Walking up that hill is a killer. Also a new pub has opened just across the road & the singing is really loud meaning the windows can't be left open when warm. Other than that we had a good holiday. Such a shame but unfortunately we will not be returning.
Visited July 2021
Written 28 July 2021. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

Anne J
Anne J
Birmingham, United Kingdom5 contributions
A brilliant stay
Yet again enjoyed a relaxing 2 weeks at this well equipped and good situated apartment..no need to use car.. weather was good . We have booked for October and next may/june
Visited May 2021
Written 9 June 2021. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

aejames31
aejames31
Birmingham, United Kingdom13 contributions
Relaxing holiday
Enjoyed our stay. Very clean and well presented. Everything you need in a self catering apartment. Not far to walk to harbour and shops. Thank you Peter for being on hand if needed. Parking can be a nightmare. If you don't need to use car leave it once parked otherwise you lose your space.
Visited October 2020
Written 1 November 2020. This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.

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What this rental offers
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  • Dishwasher
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  • Refrigerator
  • Internet Access
  • Iron
  • Microwave
  • Cable/satellite TV
  • Cooker
  • Toaster
  • TV
  • Washer
  • Wi-Fi
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About the neighbourhood
Torquay is located around an attractive harbour, which is lined with restaurants, pubs and bars to sit all tastes and pockets. The town itself is built on the hills which rise dramatically above the harbour, and the Italianate villas and blocks of flats give it more the appearance of the South of France than anywhere in England. The mild climate allows palm trees to grow in profusion here, adding to the Mediterranean ambience. You won't be short of things to see and do in Torquay. There are several beaches, ranging from the main Abbey Sands, the beautiful wooded Meadfoot beach, and the Babbacombe and Oddicombe beaches that are reached by the historic Babbacombe Cliff Railway. Nearby Paignton also has extensive beaches, and Goodrington is home to the UK's largest outdoor water park (don't worry, the water is heated!). For the more adventurous, sea fishing, kayaking, paddle-boarding, coasteering and diving are also available. Geologists might want to take in Torquay Museum, which holds many collections of local, national and international significance. Maybe combined with a visit to nearby Kent's Cavern, where the oldest known evidence of human habitation so far in Northern Europe so far has been discovered. The geological importance of its coastline led to The English Riviera being the first urban area in the world to be given Geopark status. Fans of the crime writer Agatha Christie will know that she was born and brought up in the town, and an 'Agatha Christie mile' takes you on a self-guided walk around places associated with her - you can pick up the leaflet for the Tourist information Centre on the harbourside. Her summer home at nearby Greenway is now owned by the National Trust and open to the public; there are several ways of getting there including by steam train from Paignton. Don't miss Living Coasts on the harbourside, Torquay's unique coastal zoo dedicated to marine life and conservation. It is an offshoot of nearby Paignton Zoo, which is also worth a visit. Torre Abbey and Gardens stand on the site of a 12th-century monastery. Although the Abbey is much rebuilt, the Spanish Barn is thought to survive from the twelfth or thirteenth century and is the oldest building in Torquay. The Abbey is now home to an art gallery which holds regular exhibitions, and a tea room. You might enjoy a trip back in time to Cockington, Torquay's own picture-postcard thatched village which appears unchanged from medieval times - but was actually built by the local landowner in 1810 as the original village was spoiling his view! Nearby Cockington Court has tea rooms, a country park, and craft studios where you can watch craftspeople at work, and maybe buy an unique souvenir of your visit to take home. For a trip with a difference, catch the Western Lady ferry from the Harbour for the 30-minute trip across Torbay to the pretty fishing town of Brixham. Ferries depart at regular intervals from April to October and tickets are inexpensive. The Paignton and Dartmouth Steam Railway recreates the atmosphere of Devon holidays in times past. The 30 minute ride from Paignton to Kingswear takes in dramatic sea and river views, and a short ferry ride across the River Dart to the attractive town of Dartmouth completes the experience. You can also take a river cruise or take a ten-mile boat ride up to the town of Totnes, and there is even a sea-cruise option. Combined rail-river-bus 'Round Robin' itineraries are available including a bus link from Torquay Harbour. Nightlife isn't neglected in Torquay either. There are numerous restaurants, pubs, bars and clubs to suit all ages, tastes and pockets. Or perhaps take in a show at the Princess Theatre on the seafront, or the theatres in nearby Paignton or Babbacombe? Or the Central Cinema in Abbey Road, or the Vue Cinema in Paignton? Torquay was awarded 'Purple Flag' status in 2015, which reflects the variety of its nightlife, safety and availability of transport and taxis.
Getting around
Torquay Harbour, just moments away from the flat, is also the hub of the local bus network. As well as the frequent local buses to Paignton and Brixham, regular bus routes radiate out to Newton Abbot, Teignmouth, Dawlish and Dawlish Warren, Exeter, Tornes and Plymouth. Good-value day tickets are available for travel around the Torbay area as well as further afield. Torquay Station is less than 20 minutes walk away, or a short bus ride, for train excursions in Devon and into Cornwall.
Access
Car not needed
How to get there
Train: Torquay is served by Great Western Railway trains from London Paddington and Cross-Country Trains from the North and Midlands - usually with a change at Newton Abbot although some trains are direct. The station is 1.5 km from the flat; taxis are available outside Torquay Station or catch a bus to Torquay Harbour. Coach: direct National Express coaches to Torquay from London and many other UK towns and cities, again taxis are readily available at the coach station or catch a bus to Torquay Harbour. If you are coming by car, the flat is in a Controlled Parking Zone. I can make free Visitor Parking Permits available for on-street parking.
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  • 100% refund* if you cancel at least 2 weeks before check-in
  • No refund available if you cancel thereafter

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