Teignmouth is a stunning coastal town, and Victoria is the perfect base from which to explore it - situated in the heart of Teignmouth, directly on the seafront.  You will be within walking distance of the shops, pubs, restaurants and the train and coach stations.

Whether it’s for a week on the beach, or a restful winter break, give us a call!  Teignmouth and the surrounding area has plenty to offer, whatever the time of year.  Take a trip on the Shaldon ferry; spend a day on one of the local golf-clubs; cycle along the coast to Dawlish; or jump on the train and visit nearby Exeter.  You’ll never be short of things to do.

 

Shaldon Classical Music Festival – 20-23 June 2019
Teignmouth Folk Festival – 21-23 June 2019
Teignmouth Airshow - 5-7 July 2019
Teignmouth Carnival - 28 July - 4 August 2019
Shaldon Water Carnival – 3 August 2019
Teignmouth Regatta – 4-11 August 2019
Taste of the Teign Festival – 22-30 September 2019
Teignmouth Jazz Festival – 18-20 October 2019

For more Teignmouth events, take a look at www.visitsouthdevon.co.uk

   Teignmouth Carnivallight logoShaldon Water Carnival    Teignmouth Folk Festival

 

Teignmouth has a population of around 15,000 people, it's a bustling seaside town and fishing port situated on the north bank of the mouth of the River Teign - about 12 miles south of Exeter.

The first record of Teignmouth was in 1044, though there are records of settlements as early as 683 in Saxon England.  It is thought that there used to be two villages, East and West Teignmouth, separated by a stream.

It is thought that Teignmouth was the last place in England to be invaded by a foreign power, back in 1690, and the town has a rich history.  In Georgian times, the town became a popular tourist destination, undergoing some growth after the opening of the South Devon Railway in 1846 - the line built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.