+44(0)1803 557-056 x xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Esplanade Road, Paignton
So much to do & still great place to just relax!
Paignton and its marine heritage go back even further than the Domesday book. Entered into this famous book in 1086 as Peinton, it confers an ancient heritage on the original village which was believed to have been established around 700AD.
"Several Blue Flag sandy
People have always come to Paignton for the beautiful sandy beaches & temperate climate. We are glad to report that both the climate & beaches are still a huge attraction, and enjoying a fabulous revival. UK seaside holidays have once again become fashionable!
"A wide variety of entertainment"
The Cherry Tree Hotel is ideally situated on the level Paignton sea front, on the beautiful English Riviera. Uninterrupted sea views and a wide variety of entertainment are just minutes from the front door. They are also close to Devon's own local brewery and vineyard.
Wonderful accommodation at the Cherry Tree Hotel on the Esplanade is enhanced by the varied nearby attractions - there truly is something for everyone!
Some of these attractions include a host of magnificent castles, caves, stately homes, Paignton Zoo, Oldway Mansion, Totnes Castle, Dartmoor, Dartmouth, Exeter Cathedral, the amazing Steam Railway, Torre Abbey, Babbacombe Model village and a host of interesting children's farms, family attractions, as well as easily accessible walking paths along Dartmoor and the renouned South West Coastal Path.
"Lovers amble in the moonlight"
Family's stroll along the promenade in the glorious sunshine taking in the fresh sea air. Lovers amble along in the moonlight stopping to eat delicious seafood at restaurants supplied by our local fishing boats. Yachts lazily race along the horizon while visitors enjoy locally made ice-creams and delicious Devon cream-teas on the promenade, Pier and along the shopping avenues nearby.
There is something for everyone in
this easily accessible, central seaside town ...