Peaked Tor is a tiny pebbly cove down a set of over 150 steps from thebehind the Imperial Hotel. In the late 19th century this beach was designated as a 'gentleman’s bathing cove'.
At the top of the steps above the beach is an old wartime Mine Watcher’s post from where mines protecting Torquay Harbour would have been remotely detonated. The old pill box now provides a secure roost for a local colony of Horseshoe Bats.
There is no supervision at any time of year.
Maintenance and cleaning
Operated byTorbay Coast & Countryside Trust
MaintenanceTorbay Council is not responsible for this beach. Please contact Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust for any cleaning and maintenance issues.
Toilets and facilities
DogsAllowed all year round.
AccessDifficult - steep slope and steps.
AddressDaddyhole Road, Torquay, TQ1 2EF