Serviced Accommodation, Aparthotels and Serviced Apartments in Torquay

The serviced apartments in Torquay which we offer are handpicked especially with business travellers in mind. Visitors can enjoy the luxury of a fully-functioning kitchen, a comfortable bed, within a home-away-from-home while you're away from theirs. Our high-quality Torquay apartments are based close to the city centre, and you can even enter your address to check travel times from your work location to your property.
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About Torquay


Welcome to the English Riviera! Torquay contributes greatly to the Devon and Torbay area, as a place that basks in high levels of tourism all year round and a profitable business climate.

About Torquay

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Torquay?

Unlike standard hotels and B&Bs, serviced apartments in Torquay cater for the most demanding business travellers. Situ’s modern and well-equipped Torquay apartments provide everything a corporate guest would need to live and comfortably in the heart of Torbay. 

We provide all the amenities necessary for longer stays, including fully equipped kitchens, on-site washing facilities, free Wifi connection and car parking spaces. All the properties are spacious and comfortable, with larger dining and living areas, as well as homely bedrooms, making it easy for guests to feel like they are staying in their very own ‘home away from home’. Some even have lovely sea views to enjoy.

Where is Torquay?

Torquay is a lovely seaside town in South Devon, South-East England and forms part of a conglomerate Torbay with over 65,000 residents. Its ideal location also profits from mild temperatures and longer sunlight hours that attract a lot of local and international tourists.

The life in Torquay is seemingly focused around the marina, with crowds of passers-by strolling leisurely along the elegant boats anchored in the bay. This relaxed vibe brings to mind lazy Mediterranean villages, especially in the rare months of beautiful British weather.

The region is well served by major roads. London is only a few hours away by car via M3, whilst the M5 will bring you to Bristol in no time. The A36 connects Torquay to Plymouth and takes you further West. We have a selection of serviced apartments in Torquay across various locations in the town, a minutes drive from junctions and public transport facilities, making it easy for corporates to pick and choose where they need to be based on where they plan to travel to and from.

Business in Torquay

Torquay appeals to businesses thanks to its favourable investment climate and innovative attitude to regeneration and development. Investment schemes in force and in the pipeline help build a prosperous future for the region. The town has a long history of electronics development and manufacturing. Electronics and Photonics Innovation Centre is known worldwide for its expertise in photonics, fibre optics and lasers and is home to R&D bases for many leading companies.

Strong links with R&D at Exeter and Plymouth Universities and high-calibre staff of degree level or above are a major attraction factor in the region as well. This combination of qualified personnel, efficient infrastructure and industrial expertise creates a safe and prosperous environment.

There are regular trade shows and prominent events hosted in Torquay, where corporates can create new bonds for their business. Riviera Classic Car Show is one of the most popular car shows in the region and brings together prospective partners and customers. Torre Abbey Spring Open Art Exhibition encourages artists to work in all mediums and draws thousands of visitors each year. All in all, for whatever reason you are visiting the area, whether it is for a small networking event or to relocate your company, just remember there are many top-quality, corporate Torquay apartments available that can cater for your business travel needs.

Things to do in Torquay

Torquay provides plenty of entertainment which will not take too much of your valuable time. The region has a lot to offer, and all within a minutes walk of many serviced apartments in Torquay. Hiking lovers will enjoy a refreshing long or short walk along the northern part of Torbay. The winding paths offer some stunning scenery and eventually lead to secluded sandy beaches.

Explorers may want to visit the old Torre Abbey which holds a remarkable display of china and silverware, glassware and arts. One of the halls is dedicated to the famous Agatha Christie who was born and raised here. A true gem of every summer in the region too is the English Riviera Airshow. Always supported by The Red Arrows, this is Devon’s largest outdoor event and draws many visitors from across the country and beyond to the town every year.

Eating out in Torquay town centre will appeal to the most demanding foodies. The quality and service are of supreme quality, with Mulbery House in Scalborough Road being one of the most famous restaurants in town. Both English and European cuisine is well represented in Torquay and everything is made with locally grown ecological produce.

Unpretentious but high-quality eateries are plenty as well. Sea Spray in the bay is quite remarkable and offers all the fish and seafood you can expect in the region, from the freshest oysters to swordfish steaks.  


By Air

Torquay itself does not have an airport facility, but Exeter and Bristol have large international airports. Being quite close to the town, they connect Torquay to the rest of the UK and major European cities with ease. Exeter airport is only 30 mins away from Torquay, and it’s an easy hour and a half drive from Bristol.

Taxi transfers can be arranged at these airports or at serviced apartments in Torquay, which make it easy for corporates to travel between the two.

Torquay Train Station

Torquay railway station is based on the Riviera Line, with two platforms, opposite the Torquay Athletic club and the King’s Gardens. Around 500,000 passengers use the station in the centre of Torquay every year, between Newton Abbot, Torre and Paignton.

There is excellent train communication between Torquay and the major cities in the area. Bristol, Plymouth and Exeter are only a short train ride away.

Buses in Torquay

An established network of bus lines connects Torbay and its neighbouring towns and villages. There is a variety of tickets and passes available which make getting around the area very convenient for visitors.

A day-rider ticket guarantees unlimited day travel around Torbay for £5 and can be used for Local Link and Stagecoach bus lines.

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