Stretching along 22 miles of stunning South Devon coastline, the beautiful English Riviera has been a popular holiday destination for more than a century.
At it's heart lies Torquay with it elegant architecture, mild climate and the celebrated Torbay palm it's clear to see how the Victorians coined the phrase English Riviera.
On the outskirts of Torquay lies the villages of Cockington, Babbacombe and St Marychurch, delightful places for holiday makers to visit, boasting olde worlde charm, stunning views and renowned attractions.
How To Find Us
Travel to Crown Lodge by Road
M5 to Exeter, continue on to A38. After 3 miles, fork left onto A380 signposted Torbay. After 9 miles of dual carriageway you will come to 'Penn Inn' traffic lights/roundabout on the outskirts of Newton Abbot.
Keep on A380 straight through the village of Kingskerswell.
At the next roundabout, with "The English Riviera" in flowers to the side, take the first exit onto the A3022. Go straight across 3 sets of traffic lights, passing The Willows superstores, and the turning for Torbay Hospital.
Then across 2 more small sets. Keep to the left lane to cross the next set. When the road widens, move into the right lane to enable you to bear right at the final set (by Halfords and Torre station). Crossing these lights takes you into Avenue Road, and Crown Lodge is on the left approx 200 yds. along.
Travel to Crown Lodge by Rail
Torre station is situated at the junction of Newton Road and Avenue Road. Exit the station, turn right into Avenue Road, Crown Lodge is approx 200 yards on the left. Torquay main station is about 1 mile from Crown Lodge.
Travel to Crown Lodge by Coach
The coach station is approx. 1 mile from Crown Lodge.