Our seaside town was placed first after the site revealed that Torquay had seen the largest year-on-year increase in reservations and searches.
In at second place was Windermere in Cumbria, followed by York in Yorkshire and Newquay in Cornwall coming in forth.
TripAdvisor article says: “The small town of Torquay, with its sandy beaches, palm trees and harbour full of yachts could easily make you feel like you’re holidaying in the Mediterranean.
“Get a tan on Torre Abbey Sands, Torquay’s main beach, or Anstey’s Cove to escape the crowds.
“To keep the kids entertained, join a guided tour of Kent’s Cavern, a labyrinth of underground passages dating back millions of years, to see some of the earliest tools ever found in Britain and the remains of Ice Age animals.”
TripAdvisor revealed that more than one in three (41%) of Brits who plan to travel this summer will be taking a staycation, compared with one in seven (14%) who plan to travel internationally.
Based on these reports it would be our advice to book your breaks early to avoid disappointment, the best price is always available when you book direct – you will be pleased to know we list our offers in advance so you can book the best hotel deal in torquay direct on our website.
For those who are already booked in to stay elsewhere we recommend visiting our restaurant in torquay, where we accept non residents when making an advance table reservation.