Cheap Hotels in Teignmouth
The Thornhill offers bed and breakfast accommodation meters away from Teignmouth's sandy beach. A selection of shops, cafes, restaurants, bars and the rail station are within a 5-minute walk from the property. Rooms feature a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Some rooms have picturesque sea views. Free WiFi is available at the property. A traditional English breakfast is served in the spacious and tastefully decorated dining room. Also included are fresh juice, yogurt, fruit and breakfast cereals. Ample tea, coffee and toast completes a good start to the day. Special dietary requests can be catered for. Teignmouth is an ideal place for sea and river boating, fishing, bowls, golf and walking. The steam railway and the South West Coastal Path run through the seaside town. Torquay is 14 km from The Thornhill, while Exeter is 24 km away. The edge of Dartmoor National Park is 17 km from the property.
Near Shaldon Beach
Near Pavilions Teignmouth
Old Walls Vineyard Hotel
Near Teignmouth Back Beach
Hotels in Teignmouth
Featuring many fine Georgian buildings, Teignmouth is a grand seaside resort that emerged as a sought-after holiday destination in the Victorian era and benefits from relatively mild winters. The town continues to attract large numbers of tourists from all over the world, and overlooks a fine sandy beach and a well-preserved pier.
Before the Norman Conquest, the area of Teignmouth was actually two distinct settlements, although the local population increased later in the Middle Ages, when the town became a strategic fishing port. Many local people were also employed in shipbuilding during the Industrial Revolution, when the town contained three shipyards, one of which was used for the manufacturing of torpedo boats for the Second World War.
The Teignmouth Grand Pier
Built in the 1860s, the Teignmouth Grand Pier is approximately 700 feet long, although the original structure had engineering problems and was restored in the 1870s. Today, the attraction features numerous amusement arcades and souvenir shops, and is a great place to witness a fantastic panoramic view of the town.
The Teign Heritage Centre
Learn about the history of Teignmouth and the neighbouring community of Shaldon at the Teign Heritage Centre, which tells the story of one of the most famous local heroes, Admiral Pellew, who fought in American and French Revolutionary Wars and Napoleonic Wars, and spent his final years in the town.
Where to eat out
If you're after some divine Italian cuisine, you can dine at Fresco restaurant, or choose The Owl and the Pussycat for some delightful contemporary dishes. The Colosseum restaurant also offers tantalising Italian cuisine, while the Crab Shack on the beach is the place to be if you're a big fan of mouthwatering, freshly prepared seafood.
Suggestions on where to stay in Teignmouth
Popular and affordable Teignmouth hotels you might want to consider include the elegant, boutique Bay Hotel or the well-presented, cost-friendly Cockhaven Manor Inn. Other reputed accommodation establishments in the town that offer very good value for money include the Beach Cottage, the Thomas Luny House (former home of the esteemed painter), and the Minadab Cottage.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Teignmouth
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Teignmouth?The best hotels to stay in Teignmouth are The Thornhill, Potters Mooring Guest House Hotel and Riviera Apartments.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Teignmouth?The Thornhill in Teignmouth offers one night in a double room at the price of £75.
What are the best hotels in Teignmouth near the center?Riviera Apartments, The Thornhill and Potters Mooring Guest House Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Teignmouth.
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