No.6 is a contemporary centre of town duplex. The generous proportions of all the rooms provide a fabulous environment and plenty of room for a family or two couples keen to explore the South Coast and Exeter.
The main reception room has a seating area for chilling in front of the tv. A dining table next to the galley kitchen provides space to spread out the papers on a lazy weekend morning or to set up a fiercely competitive board game or cards.
Wooden flooring in all the shared areas gives a contemporary feel whilst new carpets in the bedrooms a cosy, feeling of comfort.
The bedroom on the main floor has a travel cot if needed and the suite of bedroom and bathroom upstairs allows for some privacy and relaxation away from the main living area.
The basket of beach accessories should help you avoid last minute panics about buckets and spades. Please feel free to enjoy the books - use the fiction selection as a book drop and swap.
Address: George Street, TQ148AH Teignmouth, United Kingdom
Size: 2 Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms
Beds: 2 Double beds, 1 Child bed, 2 King size beds, 1 Sofa bed, 1 Couch
Prices: 250 GBP - 400 GBP / Night
The apartment is in the centre of town, within the arts sector and has easy access to all local amenities. Private parking is available, contact the host to arrange the transfer of the car pass.
Teignmouth provides so much to see and do. On the Seafront is the Grand Pier, a children's play area, a skate park, a miniature golf course, and the heated Lido. Teignmouth Pavilions offers local events and screenings. The Teign Heritage Museum has exhibitions and galleries the whole family will enjoy. From the back beach learn to sail at SeaSports Southwest, or see the coast on a guided boat tour with Devon Sea Safari. Try out local diving spots with Teignmouth Dive Centre. Head to Bishopsteignton for a visit to the vineyard. Teignmouth is a great place to use as a base for walking, being on the South West Coast Path as well as just a few miles drive away from Dartmoor National Park. Torquay, Exeter and many other Devon towns and villages are a train ride away. Dawlish is definitely worth exploring. For sports fans, Exeter Chiefs RFC and Exeter City FC are also accessible by train.
Everything is within easy walking distance within the town. Once the car is parked, it doesn't need to move again. The train station is a very short walk away.
The excellent road network gives access to diverse options for activities and days out. The local train station in the town offers a direct line to London Paddington, links South to Torquay, The South Hams, Plymouth and on into Cornwall. North takes travellers to Dawlish, Exeter and beyond to areas such as Bristol or Exmouth.