Because it's so lovely, and it's not only me that thinks so.
The place is such great value for money. Fab place for a short or week's break all year round, including Christmas.
A really romantic converted hayloft tucked away gite-style in the garden of the owners' home. Full of character coupled with modern comforts and lots of lovely little touches like an iPod dock, plenty of films on DVD to watch after a hard days' sightseeing and complimentary dressing gowns. We got a bottle of wine when we arrived together with home made muffins, and fruit. Torquay is an ideal holiday spot with endless places to visit, but it wouldn't have been the same without retiring back to Windchimes afterwards. Lovely hosts. We couldn't have asked for more.
Its a lovely, real, no pretence English thatched village. With a proper village pub, a proper village shop and just an all round relaxed place. The Church House Inn is just amazing. We had their Church House Pudding. What a feast, and such lovely people. Anthony is a marvelous landlord. Go there and have your faith in Englishness restored.
It's a cosy holiday cottage for two converted from a former hayloft. It's next to the owners' home and is full of character. The cottage has extras like home made muffins, and a bottle of wine. As well as nice big towels you also have cosy dressing gowns to relax in, and a selection of films to watch, or books to read after your day out walking, at the beach or sight seeing. A great place to visit whether you come by car or public transport.
Antony Gormley's 'Field for the British Isles' is in the Spanish Barn at Torre Abbey, Torquay until 23rd August 2009. The exhibition is free to enter and is open daily from 10am to 5pm
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