Also known as Parson's Hole, this quarry once housed a wonky telegraph pole and is one of the finest trad slab climbing venues in South Devon. Some vital pegs were replaced in 2015 and most others can be backed up with micro-wires and micro-cams. In addition, worthwhile DWS can be accessed from the quarry floor.
From Torquay's Harbour, follow signs for Daddyhole around its Marina, past the 'Living Coasts' bird sanctuary and up the hill. A number of signed turnings eventually lead to the Daddyhole car park.
Follow a path rightwards across a flat, grassy area and through a walled arch (this is Rock End walk). Follow the path for 20m or so, then drop left over the fence, down a steep, narrow and earthy path that soon emerges on the cliff-top. Take the still-narrow path rightwards on the cliff edge to a stone wall with broken glass cemented on its top. Go through the collapsed section of the wall and scramble down to the flat base of the quarry.