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Just 650 ft from Teignmouth’s sandy Blue Flag Beach, The Cliffden Hotel features an indoor swimming pool and 7 acres of landscaped grounds. With free parking, there is also a restaurant. Excellent location. Comfy room except water got very hot hard to regulate in shower because of mixer tap so had to be carefull. breakfast wonderfull.
The Ness House Hotel is a Georgian property, built in 1810, on the outskirts of Shaldon village overlooking the Teign Estuary and only a stone’s throw from the beach. Very friendly, welcoming staff, great food all round, good food options. Lovely clean room. Very welcoming place to stay. Great views and the weather
Housed in a 17th-century building, this guesthouse is situated in the quiet Devonshire fishing village of Shaldon. Rooms have views of the courtyard or river and come with free Wi-Fi. Very comfortable bed and nice view from our room. The breakfast was excellent, very nicely cooked. I can recommend the eggs benedict.
Featuring a garden, barbecue facilities, and a terrace, The Garden Apartment provides accommodations in Teignmouth with free WiFi and garden views. Everything there needed for the stay. Shabby chic decor. Able to park on the drive. Milk, bread and butter left for us. Spar shop 5 mins away
On average, 3-star hotels in Teignmouth cost $101 per night, and 4-star hotels in Teignmouth are $111 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Teignmouth can be found for $175 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Teignmouth this weekend is $219 or, for a 4-star hotel, $206. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Teignmouth for this weekend cost around $451 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $109 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Teignmouth for tonight. You'll pay around $103 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Teignmouth will cost around $225, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The people were very welcoming and friendly the town clean which indicated pride in the place no graffiti...brilliant...the food in the Greek rest:was great the homemade cakes and coffee brilliant.it was a great ambassador for us overseas visitors from Australia...we will come back for much longer next time
Teignmouth is very old fashioned but I love it for that reason. The pier is so cute and still very cheap for youngsters to enjoy. The beaches are red sand and nice to walk along when the tide is out. The little ferry to Shaldon is fab and only £1.50 per journey for adults. There are a few pubs to chose from, all very quaint and also a new Weatherspoons The Joile Brise which is good for young families as is reasonable to eat and drink.Luders if great for a traditional cream tea. The rail links are good to and the buses so is easy to get around plus all the coastal walking. All very laid back.
Sea, sand and sun if you're lucky. Delightful, unpretentious seaside town with river beach for rough days. Take the ferry across to Shaldon and find the Smugglers Beach through a spooky tunnel then back to the mini zoo near the tunnel's entrance. And there's entertainment on the pier or at the Pavilion and don't fail to check out the Ice Factory - if you're lucky you'll catch a live show there.
Visited relatives here who have a shop in the Arts quarter, which is a very interesting area. Had a great curry at Teignmouth Indian Cuisine:- probably the smallest restaurant I've ever eaten in, but great food! Town could do with more pubs though, further out from town centre.
I love Teignmouth, having a few times visiting an old friend. The town and pier itself is very old fashioned and that's what is attractive to me. I crossed the river on the Shaldon ferry this time and visited the botanical gardens, all very nice. I love Teignmouth seafront as you can walk from end to end. There are a few places to eat and drink with some nice little cafe/tea-room style places. Exeter and Exmouth, Torquay etc, all nearby.
There is something unspoilt about Teignmouth that we love. There are no 'kiss me quick' hats, stag parties or hen do's. Just a good quintessentialEnglish seaside town, totally unspoilt. The people are friendly and chatty. Teignmouth is within easy reach of Exeter by bus, car or train.
9.3 Awesome 473 reviews
Lovely place to stay, family and dog friendly, beautiful views and good food, nothing to much trouble for the staff who were approachable and friendly. A small hotel with the personal touch, will be staying again.
8.2 Very Good 1,170 reviews
Loved the location was a short walk to the beach via the hotel's absolutely beautiful gardens. Staff were amazing & friendly The bed was so comfortable fell asleep immediately
9.4 Awesome 383 reviews
Wouldn't think there was a better place to stay in Teignmouth. Will try and return with my husband. He would love it. Can't say better then that.
9.8 Exceptional 165 reviews
Everything. Although the room was small it was very comfortable and well equipped with everything you could possibly need in a hotel room.
9.1 Awesome 27 reviews
Lovely comfortable, well equipped place to stay. Convenient for visiting or friends in central Teignmouth and South Devon attractions.
9.0 Awesome 342 reviews
So central, close to beach, seafront and town