31 Exeter Street is a wonderful cottage situated in the town centre of Teignmouth, Devon.
Ideally placed for exploring all this historic town has to offer, with easy access to a range of amenities.
Internally, the property has been renovated into a stylish holiday home for friends and families alike.
The spacious sitting room awaits you upon arrival, with plenty of seating to relax in, with a delightful woodburning stove to keep you warm and Smart TV as entertainment.
The open-plan kitchen and dining area has all the appliances you could need to cook up a delicious meal, to be enjoyed at the dining room table, seating six people.
There are three bedrooms: one ground floor double, one first floor king-size and one first floor twin, with a family bathroom and a ground floor shower room.
Whatever your group size or type, there will be something to suit your needs.
Use the enclosed garden during the warmer months to bask in the afternoon sun, with a refreshing beverage, and enjoy the provided barbecue for family meals.
The town of Teignmouth dates back to 1044, and was originally two separate villages.
It remains a functioning harbour boasting a large Victorian Pier, and plenty of nearby watersports.
Get involved with the annual festivals going on in the town, such as the Food, Jazz and Poetry festivals.
Visit the local beach for fun-filled family days out, with golden sands and clear waters.
Or take a trip into the town centre for plenty of pubs and restaurants to dine in.
31 Exeter Street is the place to be for a family holiday near the coast.
About the location
Dartmoor National Park 12 miles; Torbay 13 miles; Exeter 15 miles.
The historic, seaside town of Teignmouth is situated in South Devon on the mouth of the Teign estuary and boasts a working harbour, sandy beach, Victorian pier, sailing club, diving centre and sea activity centre. The seaward side of the town is known as ‘the Den’ and has elegant Georgian buildings, a large public area with lawns, play areas, tennis courts, a bowling green, and a miniature lighthouse. On the opposite side of Teignmouth are fishing boats and beach huts, plus views of the village of Shaldon and the hills of Dartmoor can be seen. Teignmouth also hosts folk and jazz festivals each year, whilst both the town and Shaldon hold annual carnivals and water regattas. If you decide to venture further afield, there is plenty to see and do close to Teignmouth including; the stunning Dartmoor National Park, the city of Exeter, plus the nearby harbour towns are well worth exploring.