Devon Seaside Cottage Holidays in Teignmouth
Long, sandy beaches, charming seaside attractions and elegant Georgian architecture make self-catering holidays in Teignmouth special. With its idyllic location overlooking the mouth of the River Teign, on the spectacular South Devon coast, it’s easy to see why this quintessentially English resort has been a favourite among holidaymakers for centuries. Teignmouth holiday cottages are perfect for a relaxing break by the sea, and are easily reached by car or train, along on one of the country’s most spectacular coastal routes. With its lido, Victorian pier, crazy golf and other nostalgic amusements, there’s no shortage of family attractions to enjoy. Teignmouth is small enough that your self-catering accommodation is likely to be just a short stroll from the waterfront, where the comings and goings of cargo ships at the docks are a reminder of the town’s history as an important port.
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Florence Cottage is a warm and welcoming South Devon holiday let in a village just outside the seaside resort of Teignmouth above the Teign Estuary. This bright and airy 2-bedroom cottage sleeps 5 and is perfect for that family escape to South Devon.
2 Bedrooms - Sleeps 5 - View Listing
Wander along the seafront and discover the town’s glorious beaches: at Town Beach, you’ll find an inviting stretch of golden sand with arcades, a promenade and a majestic pier, reaching into the English Channel. Nearby, River Beach is a quieter affair, where fishing boats bob on the water and a peaceful spot on the sand is easy to find. Across the river is the atmospheric village of Shaldon, with breathtaking views across the estuary and a smugglers’ tunnel, cut into towering cliffs. Teignmouth town centre is full of unique independent shops, traditional cafes and cosy pubs. Fresh seafood brought in at River Beach can be enjoyed at many of the town’s restaurants. A holiday cottage in Teignmouth is a great choice if you’re planning to explore this stunning region by foot. The town is at the end of the renowned Templar Way, an 18-mile trail which traces the route by which granite was once transported from the quarries of Dartmoor to the docks of Teignmouth.