Location – The Robin Hill Hotel
Location, Location, Location!
Standing in its own terraced grounds The Robin Hill sits atop Braddons Hill and offers quality, affordable accommodation in a central location, just 500 metres stroll down the hill to Torquay town centre, harbour, marina and sea front.
This comfortable and friendly guest accommodation is set in a beautifully converted detached villa, built in 1896 as a colonial style gentleman’s residence. Its unique position offers easy access to the town centre for shopping, eating and entertainment. Closest hotel to the harbour with a decent car park!
September is warm and quiet on the seafront – come and enjoy this fantastic time of year at discounted prices!
We are only 500 metres walk to Torquay’s seafront with views across Torbay to Paignton and Brixham.
Directions to the Robin Hill
From the A38 to Torquay, when on the outskirts of Torquay PLEASE FOLLOW THE SIGNS FOR SEAFRONT, but do not follow the signs for the Town Centre.
On reaching the seafront turn left, leaving the sea on your right hand side. Pass the Princess Theatre on your right and you will arrive at the Harbour Area and the Clock Tower Roundabout.
Turn left up the hill (Torwood Street) and go through two sets of traffic lights until you reach Torquay Museum on your left.
Immediately after the museum, on the bend take the next left into Braddons Hill Road East.
The Robin Hill is the first property on your right. Please turn into our driveway and up to parking spaces.
2nd week in September is Agatha Christie week with all manner of Christie events in the Bay.
For those with a sense of adventure, The Robin Hill makes the ideal base from which to explore the superb Devon Countryside and its attractions together with its Geo Park activities.
Living Coasts is approx 1/2 mile away, Kents Cavern is 1 mile away. Babbacombe Cliff Railway is just 2 miles away. Whether here for a short break or annual holiday there are many attractions close by. Agatha Christie was born in Torquay and the local museum has an exhibit dedicated to her life and work. Her estate at Greenway can be visited by road (near Kingswear) or by boat via the River Dart.
Torbay has also been the setting for many films, and film crews can often be found scouting out locations within the picturesque area.