Teignmouth Cottages

This popular seaside resort nestled along the stunning South Devon coastline, seamlessly blends natural beauty with a rich tapestry of history and culture. The English Riviera is known for its abundance of quality beaches and Teignmouth is no exception. With its golden sandy beaches kissed by the azure waters of the English Channel, Teignmouth beckons sun-seekers and water enthusiasts alike. With its Victorian pier and historic Georgian buildings the town's vibrant atmosphere resonates through its lively promenade, lined with shops, cafes, and pubs exuding a warm Devonshire hospitality. Our holiday cottages in Teignmouth range from coastal locations with stunning sea views to countryside settings perfect for dog-friendly getaways. A stroll along the historic Den promenade unveils panoramic vistas that inspire and rejuvenate the soul. For those with an inclination towards maritime heritage, Teignmouth's maritime quarter and museum offer fascinating insights into its seafaring past. The town's events calendar brims with festivals and events, ensuring there's always something happening. For a break from the ordinary check out our Teignmouth cottages today.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Teignmouth

Teignmouth offers a mix of coastal beauty, local attractions, and outdoor activities. Try water sports like paddleboarding, kayaking, or sailing, explore the charming streets of Teignmouth with its shops and cafes, or enjoy a scenic walk along the South West Coast Path. Enjoy a drink at The Ness House Pub, rumoured to have a secret tunnel leading to the beach, which allegedly played a role in smuggling during the town's maritime past. While the tunnel might remain a mystery, the pub's ambience is certainly intriguing. With the largest collection of self-catering accommodation in Devon, we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do from our holiday cottages in Teignmouth:

Teignmouth Beach

Relax on Teignmouth Beach, a sandy shore with stunning views of the sea and the town's iconic pier. Enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or taking leisurely walks along the promenade. Visit the spot commemorating the famous sea voyage of Donald Crowhurst, who set sail from Teignmouth on the ill-fated Teignmouth Electron in a solo round-the-world race. The plaque honours his journey and the intriguing history behind it.

Teignmouth Pier

Walk along Teignmouth Pier, an iconic landmark that extends into the sea. Enjoy the views, visit the amusement arcade, or simply take in the fresh sea air.

Back Beach and The Point

Explore Back Beach and The Point, a quieter and more secluded area known for its picturesque beauty. It's a great spot for beachcombing and enjoying the coastal scenery. Wander along the back beach to discover a delightful assortment of colourful beach huts, each with its own character and style. It's an Instagram-worthy spot and a cheerful sight against the backdrop of the sea.

Brunel's Great Western Railway

Discover the history of Brunel's Great Western Railway, which passes through Teignmouth. Watch the trains cross the famous Dawlish Coastline, a testament to Victorian engineering.

Shaldon Wildlife Trust

While not directly in Teignmouth, the nearby Shaldon Wildlife Trust offers an opportunity to encounter rare and exotic animals, making for a unique and educational visit. Take a short ferry ride to Shaldon and visit the Shaldon Wildlife Trust, a small but well-curated zoo focused on conservation and education.

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