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Dawlish and Teignmouth

Dawlish and Teignmouth

Dawlish is a small town and seaside resort on the south coast of Devon famed for the railway line running along the shore whilst Teignmouth is the historic port on the mouth of the Teign estuary.


Dawlish is a small town and seaside resort on the south coast of Devon, England between the main holiday destination of Torquay and the city of Exeter. Situated back from the seacoast above high, deep-red cliffs. A sandy stretch of coastline that extends for 3 miles north towards the estuary of the River Exe - home to some of the most beautiful beaches along the coast. The Town Centre has a varied selection of shops including high street names such as Boots, Woolworths and Co-operative along with smaller independents, offering something for everyone. There are also numerous eating places catering for all tastes, including traditional pubs, popular cafes and restaurants.



An historic port on the mouth of the Teign estuary. It has all the attractions of a seaside town, including a Victorian pier. Teignmouth is a working harbour, with many vessels, large ships, fishing boats and pleasure craft, entering and leaving the port.


Teignmouth is a town of two different characters. Along the seaward edge of the town is 'the Den', a large open space with lawns and flower beds that runs along the length of the town - between the promenade and an elegant crescent of Georgian buildings. The Den, is where most of the towns holiday activities take place.


As well as a pier, there is a theatre, cinema and model railway, children's play areas, tennis courts, bowling greens and a miniature lighthouse that marks the entrance to the harbour. The estuary side of the town has a very different atmosphere. Boats rest peacefully in the busy harbour, ferries take people across the estuary mouth to the quaint picturesque village of Shaldon, just across the water.


The estuary is a lively place, with waterside inns, boats for hire, fishing boats, yacht and beach huts - set against the stunning backdrop of Shaldon and the rolling fringes of Dartmoor, which can be seen in the distance.


There is a wide variety of shops in Teignmouth and the area is well served by several local pubs in the town which provide a warm welcome.

The rest of the town is a thriving mixture of interesting old back streets, pedestrian precincts and open public spaces. The town has a very relaxed feel to it.


Depart approx. 17.00

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Bridgwater Bridgwater Mount Street Bus Stop
Rear of Angel Place Shopping centre
Bristol Anchor Road West Anchor Road, Outside @ Bristol-We The Curious
Westbound Bus Stop
Bristol Tesco Tesco's Eastville Bus stop - Jct 2 of M32
(Tesco's Car park only has a 2 Hr. parking limit)
Burnham on Sea Burnham on Sea, Pier Street
Bus Stop The Old Pier Tavern
Clevedon Clevedon
Miles Morgan Travel Agency, Triangle Bus Stop
Highbridge Highbridge, Church Street Bus Stop
Near to Church
Nailsea Nailsea - Clevedon Road Car Park
Weston Borough Arms Sth Outside the Borough Arms Bus Shelter
Locking Road
Weston-super-Mare Weston-super-Mare
Locking Road Car Park
Worle - P/Green South Worle - Preanes Green, New Bristol Rd.
Opposite side of Road to Summer Lane Bus Shelter
Worle - Queensway South Worle - Bridge Farm Opposite Food Warehouse Bus St
New Bristol Road
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