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The Thornhill
3 out of 5
Situated in Teignmouth, this beach bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Pavilions Teignmouth, Grand Pier, and Teignmouth Back Beach. Holcombe Beach ...
4.3/5Excellent! (43 reviews)
"The only drawback at the Thornhill is the lack of car parking. You have to use an overnight car park which is a short distance away. Absolutely wonderful breakfast and very accommodating staff."

Reviewed on 16 Sep 2020

The Thornhill
Potters Mooring Guest House Hotel
4 out of 5
30 The Green, Shaldon, Teignmouth, England
Situated near the beach, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Shaldon Beach and Teignmouth Back Beach. Ness Beach and Teignmouth Beach are also ...
4.8/5Exceptional! (96 reviews)
"Excellent room and service. Ticked all the boxes for my stay."

Reviewed on 12 Feb 2020

Potters Mooring Guest House Hotel
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The Minadab Cottage

The Minadab Cottage

5 out of 5
The price is £100 per night from 23 Aug to 23 Aug
4.9/5Exceptional! (33 reviews)
"Anne and Andy are the most wonderful hosts! Amenities, breakfast and the room itself were all wonderful and we were grateful after camping for a few days prior!"

Reviewed on 9 Jul 2021

The Minadab Cottage
Lynton House

Lynton House

3 out of 5
3.8/5Good! (104 reviews)
"It was very central, lovely staff and very clean ,excellent food"

Reviewed on 23 Jul 2021

Lynton House
The Cliffden Hotel

The Cliffden Hotel

3 out of 5
The price is £120 per night from 18 Aug to 18 Aug
4.1/5Very Good! (189 reviews)
"This hotel is ideally situated, close to the sea but easy from the crowds,with an extensive private park. A nearby amenity, Mules Park, provided a lovely walk to explore. The breakfast menu was limited."

Reviewed on 11 Jun 2021

The Cliffden Hotel
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B&B in Teignmouth

The seaside resort of Teignmouth lies along the South Devon coast, at the mouth of the River Teign. It's been a popular seaside getaway destination since the early 19th century, when folks began to escape the stuffy cities in favour of some fresh coastal air. Even today, the remnants of its past can still be seen in the handsome Georgian houses and impressive Victorian pier. During the summer months, the long sandy beach is a popular place to while away the sunny days, while the attractions and the places to eat keep visitors coming to stay in Teignmouth bed and breakfasts during the other seasons, too. Come at the right time and you can immerse yourself in one of the town's events, like the Jazz Festival, Folk Festival or the Taste of the Teign Food Festival.

  • Score a low-cost break along the South Devon coast
  • Wake up to views across the beach and the ocean
  • Find out the best things to do from the friendly owners
  • Wake up to a hearty breakfast every morning

Thatched Cottages and Seafront Terraced B&Bs, Teignmouth

The bed and breakfasts in Teignmouth offer everything you could ask for from holiday accommodation – good locations near the sea, friendly hosts who excel at homely hospitality and a host of great places to eat. Though there are several hotels in town, nothing beats the cosy ambience and low prices of a B&B. If you're sold on a B&B, the best place to find your perfect match is Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and prices. All you need to do is search by location, budget and dates, scroll through the properties and book your favourite B&B in just a few clicks. Arranging your Devon break just got a whole lot easier, thanks to Expedia. Whether you're coming on a nostalgia-inducing seaside break with the family or a romantic getaway with your partner, there's always a B&B that will fit the bill. Some are found in the Georgian houses that line up along the promenade and look straight out over the beach. Others are thatched cottages just outside town, surrounded by the rolling South Devon countryside. You'll also find a few budget properties that won't break the bank, even if you're bringing all the kids. Whichever you pick, you're always guaranteed a comfortable stay when you book your accommodation through Expedia.

Checking into your Teignmouth bed and breakfast is always a simple process, thanks to your friendly hosts. While you are settling into your guestroom, you can start to make use of the amenities, which usually include things like storage for your things, a flat-screen TV on the wall and a kettle for making tea and coffee. When you are looking around on Expedia, you'll always know if you're getting features like ensuite bathrooms, free parking spots or pet-friendly B&Bs before you book. It's always worth chatting with the owners after checking in, because many have lived in the area for years and know all the best things to do. Every morning, you can wake up to a hearty breakfast, with things like full English fry-ups, cereals and pastries on the menu. If you're looking for a completely different type of break, maybe a few nights discovering activities in Bristol might be more your bag.

Beachy Fun and Family Attractions Near Your B&B, Teignmouth

The attractions and things to do near your Teignmouth bed and breakfast are particularly suited to families. During the summer, you can while away your days on the long, sandy beach while the kids run wild building sandcastles and splashing around in the calm sea. If you want some time away from the beach, you can take a wander down the Victorian Pier, play the machines in the arcades at the amusement park, or have a competitive game of crazy golf. Alternatively, you could get active by walking along the coastal trails or learning a new water sport, like sea kayaking or paddle boarding. Coming on a romantic break? You won't want to miss swinging by the Old Walls Vineyard, to learn about the process of winemaking and try some of the county's best reds and whites.

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