The plot sits on the edge of town in a quieter location. Torquay is set along 22 miles of coastline and has an international marina and is a centre for sailing and surfing. National and international yacht racing is overseen by the Royal Torbay Yacht Club. The town has a busy harbour, cafes, restaurants and bars and indoor shopping centres. There are regular ferry services to Paignton, Brixham and Dartmouth. Other sporting amenities include a golf club and lawn tennis club as well as rugby, cricket and football clubs. Local attractions include the underground caves at Kents Cavern and the 12th century Torre Abbey, set in 18 acres of grounds with an important collection of 600 works of art as well as tea-rooms. The town also has a theatre, cinema, the Bygones Museum and Babbacombe model village. Local schools include Kingskerswell Primary School, Barton Hill Academy and Torquay Academy, all rated as Good by Ofsted. Independent education is offered at Abbey School and Sands School amongst others. Torquay railway station offers both local services and a service to London Paddington as well as to other major cities such as Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds.