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Teignmouth is a great destination for anyone looking for a family holiday. There are a whole host of family friendly activities, plus a lido, beach, pier and play park all within easy access of the town centre.
Teignmouth Town Beach is a long expanse of sand and the pier features arcades and a promenade. The beach is also a great spot for anyone wanting to do watersports. The river beach is full of boats and has a charming atmosphere making it the perfect place for a gentle stroll. For those of you that love walking, Teignmouth is on the south west coastal path and is the end of the Templer Way walking trail.
Teignmouth town has several beautiful Georgian style buildings and the high street is lovely for a spot of retail therapy. It is a stunning coastal town that sits on the mouth of the River Teign and in the midst of lush countryside.
This is a great location for foodies, the seafood will have been caught that morning and early risers can watch the boats come in at the River Beach landing their catches before they’re shipped off to the local eateries. Teignmouth hosts a regular food festival and the Taste of the Teign food trail gives visitors the chance to visit and taste the town’s best food places and produce. Try fresh mussel and oyster beds and jam made from freshly picked berries. You’ll also find the country’s steepest vineyard and microbreweries in the areas and get the chance to taste craft beers and real ales.
As well as food festivals, Teignmouth hosts several music festivals which are very popular.
Staying in Teignmouth will give you access to the nearby areas of Dawlish, Shaldon, Torquay and Babacombe. The public transport options include a train station, which is linked to the main line and follows the coastal railway route.
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