Max 2 people
, 2 cabins
2 double beds / 2 single beds
Min 1 night / Max 14 nights
Check in 3 p.m. / Check out 11 a.m.
Stay on a boat in Torquay, United Kingdom
"Bonhomie" Our Family Boat, Torquay Marina Devon has some of the best facilities on the south coast.
No pets, No smoking, parties, or events, Max 2 people.
Sleeps two in a choice of two cabins and double conversion in saloon, with ensuite shower room, Guest cabin to starboard with twin berths, converts to second double, with ensuite shower room, Min 1 night / Max 14 nights, Check in 3 p.m. / Check out 11 a.m.
Sleeps six in two cabins and double conversion in saloon.
Double berth in forward master cabin with hanging locker and excellent storage.
Guest cabin to starboard with twin berths, converts to second double.En suite heads & shower compartment, with shower, marine toilet, hand basin with mixer tap. Day head wash basin and electric toilet.
Grey leather silver birch leather upholstery.
12V drinks fridge in saloon.
Teak laid cockpit with seating.
Transom door to teak laid bathing platform.
Large cockpit lazerette.
SMEV oven and grill.
Three burner gas hob.
One and half bowl stainless steel sink with hot and cold mixer tap.
12v / 220v fridge in galley.
Ample storage cupboards above and below.
Teak and Holly flooring to galley.
As well as friendly staff, car parking, free WiFi and washrooms, there is free parking you have to check side roads.
Torquay is a seaside town in Devon, England, part of the unitary authority area of Torbay. It lies 18 miles (29 km) south of the county town of Exeter and 28 miles (45 km) east-north-east of Plymouth, on the north of Tor Bay, adjoining the neighboring town of Paignton on the west of the bay and across from the fishing port of Brixham.
The town's economy, like Brixham's, was initially based upon fishing and agriculture, but in the early 19th century it began to develop into a fashionable seaside resort, initially frequented by members of the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic Wars while the Royal Navy anchored in the bay. Later, as the town's fame spread, it was popular with Victorian society. Renowned for its mild climate (for the U.K.), the town earned the nickname the English Riviera.
The writer Agatha Christie was born in the town and lived there during her early years and there is an "Agatha Christie Mile", a tour with plaques dedicated to her life and work