Teignmouth is on the main train line to the West Country. As well as trains to Exeter, Plymouth, Penzance and Bristol, there is a regular 'tram' service between Paignton and Exmouth calling at all three Exeter stations. 

Situated on a hillside overlooking Shaldon, these gardens enjoy wonderful views...…

Records of Teignmouth date back to 1044, when the town was originally two separate villages. By the 14th century Teignmouth was a significant port, and as a consequence was subject to various attacks. By the 1800s Teignmouth was becoming fashionable with visitors, and to this day it remains a functioning harbour and sits comfortably as a town for tourists as well as trade. If you want to explore the history of the area further, a visit to the Teign Heritage Centre is a most.

Teignmouth has some great watersports, whether you’re looking for adventure and discovery or a relaxing kayak along the coast.

The team at Crab Shack catch their own shellfish, so they know that it is truly sustainable and can tell you exactly where it is caught.

Everything from grapes and soil to bottling and labelling, plus tours,...…

Family orientated restaurant, café and takeaway where the emphasis is on serving locally sourced foods which are freshly prepared. Breakfasts served all day, every day, deli snacks, main courses and children’s menu.

The Owl and the Pussycat prides itself on preparing the finest of produce including free range chickens and high quality, sustainable fish, for up to 90 guests in its four distinct areas.

The Exe and Teign Estuaries provide an ecological Mecca with something to keep you interested all year. The Exe estuary is a haven for migrating birds and many other forms of wildlife. The local nature reserves (see above) also provide some good opportunities for the visiting naturalist.

With a long promenade, Victorian pier, lido, play park, crazy golf and skate park all within easy reach of the beaches and town centre, Teignmouth provides the ideal holiday destination for the whole family. 

Kingsway Teignmouth TQ14 9AQ Phone: 01626 775639     Community Centre for West Teignmouth providing activities for everyone. Hall available for private bookings.

Dawlish Warren prides itself on being one of South Devon's top family beaches....

Courtenay Park features a pond and fountain, a sensory garden, a bandstand on which...

The South West coast path is 50 metres from the gate with a choice of either going towards Dawlish or Teignmouth and then taking the passenger ferry to Shaldon. Just across the road there is a cliff top walk through Mules Park then into Teignmouth. Alternatively, you can walk towards Dawlish, turn right towards smugglers cove, then follow the sea wall along the beach to Teignmouth. If the tide is high and there are waves you may get wet!

The Bay Hotel was established in 1869 and occupies a superb position on Teignmouth's seafront, only yards from the town centre, beach and main shopping centre.

A perfect Devonian Lilliput with miniature landscaped gardens and models of...…

Welcome to My Riviera. Use this tool to build your own journey or choose from an exciting range of specially selected tours.

Dawlish Warren's most valuable ecological asset appears outside of the summer months -...

As you know Devon is perfect for cyclists. Teignmouth has plenty of routes for all ages and abilities. As you know Devon is perfect for cyclists. Teignmouth has plenty of routes for all ages and abilities. Devon is a cyclist’s paradise. It is perfect for all levels of abilities and Teignmouth is no exception of this.

Five luxurious, self catering holiday apartments on Teignmouth Seafront with spectacular Ocean and Teign Estuary views.

A peaceful countryside recreational area including ponds, streams, fen, woodland and...…

A small cove situated at the base of the cliffs between Teignmouth and Dawlish. A small...

Not only are the Exe and Teign estuary well worth exploring, but you are within easy reach of Torquay, Brixham and onwards towards the rest of the West Country boating facilities. See Teignmouth Harbour Commission website for a detailed overview of this working harbour.

A popular family venue renowned for their highly acclaimed variety shows,...…

From battles to buildings, Teignmouth is a town steeped in heritage and history. Find out more about Teignmouth here.

This 4 hectare lake supports a wealth of water birds and an excellent assemblage of...

Teignmouth has two beaches, the Town Beach which offers a long expanse of sand, a pier and promenade, and the River Beach where you’ll find trawlermen coming and going and dogs are welcome all year round.  Both beaches are ideal for kids who want to go paddling. The town centre offers a range of cafes, fish and chip shops and restaurants all offering the ideal place to end an exhausting day on the beach.  

Things to do in Teign

Teignmouth has two beautiful parks, the Den and Eastcliff. The Den The Den is a stunning, Green Flag Awarded, park close to the seafront at Teignmouth. It is a popular location for both tourists and residents especially in the summer months. It is home to a variety of attractions including an award winning children’s play park,

Teignmouth has a brilliant Leisure Centre which includes a multigym and sportshall; a professional golf course overlooking Teignmouth and another one in Shaldon; a Bowling Green and Tennis Courts! Teignmouth is one of the few towns left in the UK which still has a thriving community spirit. With lots of groups and clubs to join you

The Grand Pier here at Teignmouth is a classic example of the Victorian seaside ideal of things every resort should have - basically an amusement arcade on stilts. It was built between 1865 and 67...

The Atlantis2 Charter boat operates out of Teignmouth (Tel: 07855 486893 or 01626 778759) or there are other boats operating out of Exmouth and Torquay.

Looking for things to do in Teignmouth? Come all year round, we have many things to see & do. Here is a list of what’s on. You could sit in one of our street café’s and watch the world go by, or be more energetic and do the heritage trail! We really do have something for

Teignmouth is the perfect town to get the kids outside. We have a great Play Park which is open all year round. Located on the Den it is in an amazing location where mums and dads can relax and soak up the stunning surroundings and the kids can blow off steam on the play equipment. When

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The Teignmouth Farmers’ Market is coming back by popular demand with fresh, local produce every last Saturday of the month in The Triangle from 10am until 2pm. True to its title farmers and producers will be bringing their own fresh grown, baked, raised, caught, brewed, smoked or processed produce for your delight and delectation. Most of

Rock pools to explore, occasional sightings of dolphins, brightly coloured painted beach...

If you want to launch a boat there are excellent facilities at Polly Steps with a ramp that is accessible for most of the tide. 

The Paint Hub is a pottery painting cafe where you can customise your own piece of...

Teignmouth has load's of pubs, pretty much one on every corner and a few in between. So far I've only managed to visit one of them, and The Ship was the one that my faithful "beer nose" selected. I...

The meerkats are always great entertainment and there are some incredibly...…