Places to Stay
Places to Stay
The Phantele Guest House
Separated from Plymouth by a small stretch of water and a ferry ride (free on foot). Great location for many attractions with the benefit of Plymouth so close (should Plymouth be on your agenda).
Bed and Breakfasts near Torpoint centre:
Cambridge House (Bed and Breakfast) Torpoint (0.24 miles)
The Phantele Guest House (Bed and Breakfast) Torpoint (1.22 miles)
Edgcumbe Guest House (Bed and Breakfast) Torpoint (2.31 miles)
Wringford Down (Bed and Breakfast) Cawsand (3.13 miles)
Holland Inn Motel (Bed and Breakfast) Saltash (4.71 miles)
Copse (The) (Bed and Breakfast) Downderry (5.94 miles)
Pentillie Castle And Estate (Bed and Breakfast) St Mellion (6.05 miles)
The Weary Friar Inn (Bed and Breakfast) St Mellion (6.92 miles)
Larks Rise (Bed and Breakfast) Saltash (7.19 miles)
Trenethick Farmhouse Bed And Breakfast (Bed and Breakfast) Menheniot (8.82 miles)
Want to see more? Click for Lots more Torpoint accommodation
Kingsand (2.95 miles) Lovely village beach close to Plymouth and Saltash. East facing. Dogs allowed all year. Facilities in the village....
Cawsand (3.15 miles) A lovely sheltered Bay, facing east, good for swimming and close to Plymouth. No dogs allowed in the summer. Good...
Whitsand Bay (4.12 miles) Whitsand Bay consists of a few miles of sandy beaches (Tregonhawke, Freathy, Sharrow & Tregantle - also called Long Sands)...
Portwrinkle (5.06 miles) Popular and busy family beach close to Finnygook (east of Portwrinkle). No dogs here in the summer. Good facilities close...
Tamar Cruising (1.40 miles) Criuse the Tamar...
Antony House (1.48 miles) 18th century mansion, park and gardens run by the National Trust and open to the public. Also home to the...
Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park (1.73 miles) Mount Edgcumbe House is former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe, first built in the 16th century and restored...
Mary Newman's Cottage (2.18 miles) A Grade II listed cottage, managed by the Tamar Protection Society. This Tudor cottage and museum dates from around 1480....