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Beachley Guest House, 3 Brunswick Street Tel: 01626 774249
Glenside Hotel, 87 Ringmore Road, Shaldon Tel: 01626 872448
Hill Rise Hotel, 1 Winterbourne Road, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 773108
Hurley Guest House, 1 Glendaragh Rd, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 772316
Ivy House Hotel, Ivy Lane, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 772735
London Hotel, Bank Street, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 776336
London Inn, The Grn, Shaldon, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 872453
Lynton House Hotel, 7 Powderham Terrace Tel: 01626 774349
Lyme Bay House, Den Promenade, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 772953
Potters Mooring, 30 The Green, Shaldon Tel: 01626 873225
Seafield Guest House, 21 Higher Brimley Road Tel: 01626 773550
Seaway Guest House, Northumberland Place Tel: 01626 879024
Seymour House, Second Drive, Dawlish Road Tel: 01626 772223
South Devon Inn, Strand Hl, Dawlish Tel: 01626 862198
The Bay Hotel, 15 Powderham Terrace, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 774123
The Devon Arms Hotel, Northumberland Place Tel: 01626 774400
The Marine Hotel, 2 Marine Parade, Dawlish Tel: 01626 865245
The Thornhill Hotel, 3 Mere Lane, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 773460
The Ness House Hotel, Ness Drive, Shaldon Tel: 01626 873480
The Tudor House, 3 Dawlish Street, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 779764
Thomas Luny House, Teign Street, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 772976
Thornley House, Thornley Drive, Teignmouth Tel: 01626 775270
Venn Farm Manor Guest House, Higher Exeter Rd Tel: 01626 777945
Woodlands Hotel, 49-51 Barnpark Road Tel: 01626 773094
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Teignmouth is an historic port on the mouth of the Teign estuary. It has all the attractions of a seaside town, including a Victorian pier. Teignmouth is a working harbour, with many vessels, large ships, fishing boats and pleasure craft, entering and leaving the port.
Teignmouth is an historic port on the mouth of the Teign estuary. It has all the attractions of a seaside town, including a Victorian pier. Teignmouth is a working harbour, with many vessels, large ships, fishing boats and pleasure craft, entering and leaving the port.Teignmouth is an historic port on the mouth of the Teign estuary. It has all the attractions of a seaside town, including a Victorian pier. Teignmouth is a working harbour, with many vessels, large ships, fishing boats and pleasure craft, entering and leaving the port.Nestling below Haldon hills to the north, Teignmouth lies along a stretch of red sandstone coast at the unspoilt estuary of the river Teign, born on high Dartmoor. Wide spaces and rolling fieldscapes delight the eye with breath-taking panoramas from high ground. Lyme Bay's well-spaced arms protect smaller bays peering out over the English Channel between Portland and Start Point. Teignmouth claims record-breaking hours of sunshine and its remarkable geographical position ensures reasonable weather for much of the time. Dartmoor National Park's eastern approach or the city of Exeter can be reached by road in 30 minutes whilst Plymouth is about one hour's drive. Public transport links nearby Torbay and the market town of Newton Abbot
When Isambard Kindom Brunel pushed his Atmospheric Railway down the coast in the 1840s, Teignmouth became the second health resort in Devon. Humble occupations in salt production and fishing gave way to the demands of visitors. The wealth of affluent Victorians was significant to the re-invention of Teignmouth that had suffered a devastating invasion by the French in 1690. The 19th century saw a flurry of new business and buildings. The majority of commodities were brought in under sail and waterway traffic increased. Boat building contributed to the local economy. Clay and granite quarried nearby and barged down-river were important out-going cargoes.
Between 1940 to 44, a number of air raids claimed the lives and homes of many people. Post war regeneration re-shaped the town that now displays an interesting mix of architectural styles. Georgian cottages line narrow streets whilst Victorian structures are seen at their best along the seafront. A diminutive Orangery of 1842 is found in Bitton Park. Many of the impressive residences built on the hillsides have been converted to apartments in modern times. Enthusiasts discover extraordinary variety in seven churches and numerous public houses.
Teignmouth is a town of two different characters. Along the seaward edge of the town is 'the Den', a large open space with lawns and flower beds that runs along the length of the town - between the promenade and an elegant crescent of Georgian buildings. The Den is where most of the town’s holiday activities take place.
Maps of Teignmouth from 1889 show the Den laid out as a park with three main lawns, a perimeter path and a fountain. The ornamental beds on the promenade were laid out in the late 19th and early 20th century.The Den is situated on Den Crescent and is less than 100m from the main shopping street. The Park has pedestrian entrances on all sides.
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