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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 comfortable and it felt pretty special as well. Lovely setting, nice ambiance, good nosh at breakfast and a warm friendly welcome. The quibbles in this review were seriously minor...... we had a lovely time. We will return.
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. Beautiful room great value with full breakfast, The owners very accommodating and great people.
Featuring garden views, The Garden Apartment offers accommodations with a patio and a kettle, around 1.1 mi from Teignmouth Town Beach. Everything Beautiful apartment Clean with all facilities Gardens were so peaceful it was lovely to sit with my morning coffee owners were really helpful. Thank you
Teignmouth is quite quiet most of the time, and in my opinion as a young visitor is mainly useful as a pleasant base rather than a destination in itself. There's a few quiet pubs and pleasant scenery, but for an active traveller you are going to want to travel over to other beaches and Dartmoor to fill the time.
Teignmouth is a relaxed and lovely place to stay for both couples and families. Everyone was really friendly and welcoming of your custom. Its a great place to stay and visit other parts of Devon. We ate at a lovely restaurant called The Lobster Lounge which was a quirky tapas restaurant. Wonderful food and great service.
I liked the town generally-wide variety of shops and restaurants-could have done with a chain restaurant or two to absorb demand.The location is beautiful and in easy reach by bus or train to Exeter and other places of interest.I ate at the Italian pizza restaurant(Francos),and Royal Indian restaurant-both very good.I didnt likeFinn McCool fish and chips. Seaview cafe was good for lunches.I visited the museum which was interesting. We visited Shaldon by ferry,and the botanical gardens.Nothing especially I would avoid.
Everything you wanted for a short stay. Great restaurants and pubs. Easy access through transport to nearby resorts highly recommend The Owl and the Pussycat restaurant. Best food I have tasted in a very long time. Very friendly family run.
Love Teignmouth, It's like going back in time. Take the ferry to Shaldon and visit the botanical gardens. Visit all the quirky old fashioned shops in Teignmouth, you will get a happy welcome. The walk along the prom is fabulous and don't forget the pier! It will take you back in time.
Very pleased with the Cliffden hotel. Staff in particular were v friendly. Teignmouth seems to be losing its charm. Not the same since the sixties. Traffic is the big problem Still it is better than many seaside resorts eg Paignton, Weymouth.
Very comfortable and it felt pretty special as well. Lovely setting, nice ambiance, good nosh at breakfast and a warm friendly welcome. The quibbles in this review were seriously minor...... we had a lovely time. We will return.
Beautiful room great value with full breakfast, The owners very accommodating and great people.
Everything was perfect. Polite and very helpful staff. The room was ready before time.
Breakfast was excellent, nothing was too much trouble for the hosts.
Lovely property and location, just needs updating a bit.