Meadfoot is a shingle beach nestled below an array of spectacular cliffs which provides a perfect setting for those who prefer a quieter environment in which to relax. From the beach you can see Thatcher Rock and Brixham on the opposite side of the Bay.

Meadfoot is a popular spot for diving and fishing and at low tide some great rock pools are exposed.

The impressive crescent shaped Osbourne Hotel overlooks the beach and there is a spilt level promenade which backs onto a tree covered hillside with good access to the coastal paths.


Supervision and safety

Supervision

The beach is supervised during July and August.

Safety

First aid, lost child centre, warning flags and patrol boat all available during the summer season. Lifebuoys are available all year round.

Awards

Blue Flag,Good Beach Guide,Seaside Award

Toilets and facilities

Toilets

Seasonal (April to Oct), including disabled facilities.

Facilities

Café, beach hut hire, deckchair hire and beach shower. Boats less than 4½hp can be launched here.

Transport and parking

Parking

Moderate distance, some walking. The closest car parks are Meadfoot Beach, Meadfoot Road and Kilmorie.


Disabled access

Access

Limited - access from the road via a slope on to the promenade. There is a slipway to the beach.

Facilities

Seasonal (April to Oct), including disabled facilities.

AddressMeadfoot Sea Road, Torquay, TQ1 2LL

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