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Teignmouth Townhouse - Enjoy a sunny family escape in South Devon!

Townhouse | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 6

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

Enjoy a sunny family escape in South Devon!

Situated in the exclusive new Marine View residence, which is idyllically located in the picturesque seaside town of Teignmmouth, this luxury year-round holiday home provides a stylish and contemporary base from which to explore the beautiful delights of South Devon!

The large and inviting living area is laid with solid wood flooring and is equipped with a small library, flat screen TV with Freeview channels and a Blu-ray DVD player. Guests will also find the open plan layout ideal for hosting enjoyable light lunches or evening meals, with a stylish indoor dining area and French doors conveniently leading directly outside to the sunny deck & private garden.

A fully equipped open plan kitchen provides all the flexibility and freedom which comes from a self-catering stay; offering a contemporary style with modern day appliances to make you feel right at home, including a gas hob, electrical kettle and eye level oven.

Upstairs, the versatile sea view accommodation makes this lovely holiday home ideal for families, with a master double bedroom fitted with wardrobes and modern en-suite shower room, a second double bedroom and a third bedroom furnished with a set of modern bunk beds.

The holiday home further features a family fitted contemporary bathroom and conveniently offers a washing machine, travel cot and high chair for guests' use. Outside in the charming sunny lawned garden guests can enjoy a relaxed summer BBQ or even an afternoon of sunbathing, on the sun loungers provided to the raised decked terrace.

The famous historical harbour town of Teignmouth boasts a vibrant and picturesque setting with modern day amenities provided alongside romantic Victorian charm.

Teignmouth boasts both a Town and River Beach and the secluded nearby coves of Dawlish Town Beach and Holcombe Beach ensures there is the perfect Beach for everyone! Boat trips to spot the dolphins and mackerel fishing can also be enjoyed at the Dawlish Town beach, making it the perfect destination for a family day out.

The popular South West Coastal Path runs through the town and Dartmoor National Park can be reached in just 30 minutes drive from the house, ensuring guests staying here can easily enjoy a fantastic outdoor holiday, surrounded by breathtaking coastal walks, beaches and rolling Devon countryside.

The annual Jazz festivals, regattas and vibrant carnivals also provide a more dynamic ambience to this tranquil harbour town.

To the opposite bank of the River Teign guests can enjoy exploring the quaint fishing village of Shaldon and a fabulous range of restaurants and local pubs ensures guests a rich variety of local gastronomy to enjoy, from the unique 'Crab shack' in Teignmouth to the award-winning 'Ode Restaurant' in Shaldon.

Guests can also enjoy a fun-filled day out at 'Go Ape' in Haldon Forest, golf at the nearby Dawlish Warren Golf club and also a wide range of water sports, which are on the doorstep of the town's 'SeaSports South West' centre and include sailing, power boat rides, paddle boarding and kayaking.

Exeter is also within easy driving distance along the M5 which connects to the nearby A379. The popular seaside town of Torbay and the charming market town of Newton Abbot are also easily within easy reach by public transport, and for those flying in Exeter International Airport is just 15 minutes drive away. Teignmouth can also be reached conveniently by train from London Paddington and Penzance.

BOOKING INFORMATION:

Short breaks:

3 nights - 40% off weekly tariff 4 nights - 30% off weekly tariff 5 nights - 20% off weekly tariff 6 nights - 10% off weekly tariff 7 nights - full tariff

Cleaning, linen & towels:

All bookings are inclusive of cleaning, linen & towels. Please bring your own beach towels as these are not provided.

Size Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms
Nearest beach Teignmouth
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Exeter 28 km, Nearest railway: Teignmouth 2 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Double beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden
Access Secure parking

The West Country region

South Devon has a coastline of spectacular rugged cliffs and headlands, interspersed with lower-lying areas, sandy beaches and the five distinctive ria river estuaries of the Dart, Avon, Yealm, Erme and Salcombe.

The coastal scenery also includes reed beds, sand dunes, shingle ridges, mud flats, salt marshes, and the freshwater lake of Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve. This variety provides habitat for a diverse range of wildlife. The South West Coast Path National Trail running along the whole stretch of heritage coast, provides access to spectacular scenery, long views across bays and the English Channel, interesting beaches, and a scattering of coastal villages & historic towns such as Salcombe & Dartmouth.

Shaldon:

Shaldon has a very close but welcoming community. A tightly woven fabric of small backstreets with lots of small cottages, it remains one of the best kept secrets in Devon. House prices actually reflect this however.

It is quintessentially English especially when you see the locals playing bowls on the small central village green. You could even think the Spanish Armada may be appearing off the Ness at any moment! The green, as you would expect is overlooked by the local pub and each Wednesday in the season there is a local gift market, the 1785 day! People dress up in Georgian costume and there are often entertainers, including local musicians.

The green is central to the Village and leading off from this you can explore further inland (but not too far) or walk to the water edge where at low and mid tide you can walk down the estuary. The estuary stretches across to Teignmouth its larger neighbour and can be reached by Ferry from the beach! The main channel is relatively deep water which is why you will see the occasional larger industrial boat moving up of down the far channel under guidance of the Shaldon and Teignmouth Pilot.

In 1909 the ferry moved into the modern era and installed an engine. No more oars and when the tide is in flood you may imagine they were relieved when fuel replaced muscle! ! The boats have been traditionally painted black and white for 300 years and remain this way today! Records show that a ferry has been operating since the 13th century! That's before the Pilgrim Fathers reached their new home!

If you walk to the top of Shaldon, along the shore front and then narrow road, you will find the Shaldon Wildlife centre, which is a dedicated conservation “zoo”. This “Trust” is next to the public car park and this is the easiest place to park to reach the Ness beach.

Dartmoor:

Dartmoor is known for its plethora of Bronze Age remains; stone circles, stone rows and burial chambers and its clapper bridges, it is also well known for mists and boggy areas, though stories of the latter are often much exaggerated.

Two Bridges - is a central location of Dartmoor National Park and is mostly the meeting point of walkers and bikers. This is a bridge that was of much historical importance for it was the only routine road running across Dartmoor. The bridge had a small settlement around it and was famous for its potato market.

You can also find a small quarry that is proof enough of little industrial activity around it. There is also a famous hotel close to the bridge that dates back to year 1794. This hotel has now grown up to become The Two Bridges hotel. The two bridge area is the focal point of many events and is very rich in terms of antiquities available, there are lots of antiques relating to the Bronze Age period.

The Garden House - is a very romantic place. If you are with your partner then I suggest you must visit the Garden House for sure. The remains of the building around it is from the medieval period. To put it in words of Alan Titchmarsh, "You got to be mad to miss it" and I am sure you will vouch by this statement once you have seen the place yourself.

It is a huge area, approximately ten acres and all of it landscaped into a beautiful garden. Amidst this charming garden you have a tea room where you can sit back and relax. They also sell plants, so it would be a romantic idea to buy a gift for your partner? Your partner will be totally charmed and will fall in love with you all over again.

Teignmouth

Teignmouth boasts both a Town and River Beach and the secluded nearby coves of Dawlish Town Beach and Holcombe Beach ensures there is the perfect Beach for everyone! Boat trips to spot the dolphins and mackerel fishing can also be enjoyed at the Dawlish Town beach, making it the perfect destination for a family day out.

The popular South West Coastal Path runs through the town and Dartmoor National Park can be reached in just 30 minutes drive from the house, ensuring guests staying here can easily enjoy a fantastic outdoor holiday, surrounded by breathtaking coastal walks, beaches and rolling Devon countryside.

The annual Jazz festivals, regattas and vibrant carnivals also provide a more dynamic ambience to this tranquil harbour town.

To the opposite bank of the River Teign guests can enjoy exploring the quaint fishing village of Shaldon and a fabulous range of restaurants and local pubs ensures guests a rich variety of local gastronomy to enjoy, from the unique 'Crab shack' in Teignmouth to the award-winning 'Ode Restaurant' in Shaldon.

Guests can also enjoy a fun-filled day out at 'Go Ape' in Haldon Forest, golf at the nearby Dawlish Warren Golf club and also a wide range of water sports, which are on the doorstep of the town's 'SeaSports South West' centre and include sailing, power boat rides, paddle boarding and kayaking.

Exeter is also within easy driving distance along the M5 which connects to the nearby A379. The popular seaside town of Torbay and the charming market town of Newton Abbot are also easily within easy reach by public transport, and for those flying in Exeter International Airport is just 15 minutes drive away. Teignmouth can also be reached conveniently by train from London Paddington and Penzance.

Teignmouth:

Like Torquay, Teignmouth also has that relaxed holiday ambience generated by its people and buildings, such as the Georgian crescents found in the town. Teignmouth is a true historic seafishing and industrial port and also a classical seaside resort. Both industry and fishing are now much reduced, but watching the ships and pleasure boats passing the Ness between Shaldon and Teignmouth is always enjoyable.

Teignmouth boasts a promenade, a Victorian pier, a swimming lido, plenty of shopping, a theatre, very safe main beach, great walks, a railway station and parks.

Add to this the great selection of restaurants, such as the Crab Shack, and local pubs touching the water front, beach huts sitting proud on the "spit" and the ambience is complete. Teignmouth is easy to reach by car, just 15-20 minutes from Exeter by car or by train. You can even arrive by boat provided you can find a mooring.

For fishermen Teignmouth is a true haven, with a large beach front, and an estuary that sees a good number of bass and flatfish caught by locals every year. Float fish off the spit on a full tide with sandeel, spin in the estuary or beach cast into the surf (watch the surfers however when an easterly is blowing).

A little history:

Teignmouth has a rich history and dates back as far as the 1qth century when the town was originally two separate villages. Even by the 14th century Teignmouth had developed into a significant port, and was subject to foreign attack from tjhe sea. The Victorians boosted the towns popularity as a seaside resort and in recent years has seen a lot of changes making it a very popular town with both tourists and locals.

Further Activities & Attractions Include:

Boat Rentals/Charters, Canoeing/Kayaking, Crazy Golf/Pitch & Putt, Exceptional Views, Gallery, Grocery Shopping Nearby, Museums, National Trust Properties, Playground, Public Transportation, Restaurants & Bars, Rowing Boats, Train Station, Waterfalls, Winery Tours, Wildlife Centre and Zoo.

Golf:

Teignmouth Golf Club, Haldon Moor, Teignmouth, Devon. TQ14 9NY

Teignmouth Golf Club is justifiably proud of its heritage. The course was designed by the legendary Dr Alister MacKenzie and opened in 1924, some 9 years before he completed his most famous work at the Augusta National, home of the US Masters.

Teignmouth's course is situated near to the South Devon coast and, at 800 feet above sea level, it commands spectacular views of the sea and nearby moors.

The 18 hole moorland links presents a great test of golf for players of all abilities. Features include six varied and challenging par 3s and no fewer than 11 two-tier greens, a true MacKenzie trademark.

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  • 7 Years listed

Calendar last updated:23 Sep 2014

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