Torquay has much to offer, from the palm trees that are a beloved town feature to the many walks and hikes you and your canine friend can undertake together. Add to this the many dog-friendly beaches, and you see why renting dog friendly accommodation in Torquay is a recipe for successful holidays.
The gardens of this 12th century former monastery can be visited with your dog on his or her leash. Enjoy this beautiful haven of medieval tranquillity together with your pooch.
There is no better spot than to end an evening walk with your four-legged friend than these gardens. Walk up the illuminated staircase and gaze together over the magnificent views of Tor Bay.
Dogs are made very welcome on all of their tours. Choose the Round Robin Tour, which combines travel on a steam train and riverboat to visit quaint villages and towns in South Devon, or embark on a Dartmouth river cruise.
Enjoy a traditional pub meal at the oldest pub in Torquay, which dates back to 1540. Live music is frequently played here, and dogs are just as welcome in the pub as people.
Hike part of this iconic long distance hiking trail, stopping in to sample delightful dishes in one of the local pubs. Not for nothing is this part of Devon known as the 'Seafood Coast'.