sun holiday, so we weren't expecting much. The cleanliness of our caravan (Vixen tor 1) was outstanding. We had no complaints about the caravan, other than that it was smaller than previous caravans we have holidayed in. The shower was difficult to come to grips with, it was either boiling hot of freezing cold. There are many hills on park, which can keep you fit when youre walking to the bar! The food on park is poor. The patio bar staff are rude and do not pay attention. The drinks are way overpriced, £2.20 for a slush or milkshake. The arcade does not have much variety in the machines, and you never win much. The evening entertainment was amaing, so entertaining and funny. There were three entertainers JJ, Jared and James who were on every night who enjoyed the entertaining more than we did! The bingo was fun, but a waste of money. There isn't much to do on park during the day especially when you have teenage children, so we didn't stay on camp between 10 and 4 each day. There are plenty of places to visit nearby, Torquay, teignmouth and Paignton. I would really recommend living coasts (Torquay) and paignton zoo. They offer a double ticket, which is given at a discounted rate. Not the best parkdean I've stayed at, but it was okay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- It was the Vistorian's who coined the phrase 'the English Riviera', likening this stunning 22 mile stretch of Devonshire coastline to its French equivalent. And with its balmy weather, sub-tropical plants, gastronomic delights and colourful waterfronts, it's easy to see why. So where better to spend the summer than at Torquay holiday park, close to all the Riviera's finest attractions. * A lively park in a country hillside setting * Stunning views towards nearby Torquay * Close to Brixham and Paignton seaside resorts * Blue Flag beaches just three miles away * Fantastic Showtime Entertainment ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Torquay Holiday Park Hotel Torquay
- Parkdean - Torquay Holiday Park Devon