Teignmouth Hotels

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  • Reviews: 1

5 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Thursday Cottage: fantastic self catering

We have just come back from a great break at Thursday Cottage in Teignmouth, The nicest self catering holiday cottage I have ever stayed in.

It had everything you could want for and in a great location too

Such Comfy beds a great kitchen with everything even a tumble dryer, Nice fire in the living room, Great rooms and 5 bedrooms so loads of space flat screen tvs and loads of games and books all for your use...

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Travel with Pets, Family Travel, Trains
  • Written November 5, 2008

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4 out of 5 starsUser Rating

Drakes: Central place to stay

Drakes Hotel in Teignmouth is in Northumberland Place. It's quite an old building and has its own restaurant which is open to guest's & the public. There’s 10 rooms each with en-suit, wash basin & colour TV. I was in room 5 which was very comfortable. It can get a bit noisy at night as there’s a bar just up the road.

You have the choice of a full English breakfast or cereal’s, & also a pot of tea. £150 is the cost to stay a week.
You have a great view of the street from room five. The windows are quite strange as they open outwards; I thought I had broken one. There’s a little wardrobe in all the rooms, & a chest of draws.

  • Opinion of Price: N/A
  • Related to: Family Travel
  • Written September 14, 2004
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  • Reviews: 35

5 out of 5 starsUser Rating

St Mellons holiday flats: A great place to stay in Teignmouth

St Mellons in Teignmouth is one of the nicest places I have stayed at in Teignmouth. Set in Orchard gardens, a quiet back street just ten minutes from the seafront, is a family run hotel ran personally by Diane and Alan Ashby since 1985.

On arrival in Teignmouth if you ring up in time, they can arrange for you and your luggage to be picked up from the train station, which is really kind of them. The room I stayed in was on the ground floor, all rooms have en-suit bathrooms & tea/coffee making facilities. There is a lounge upstairs for people to relax in with a huge array of books & colour fast text TV, althrough there is a TV in the rooms with remote control. Every morning there is a choice of a continental or cooked breakfast, which is really tasty. The evening meals are nice too, althrough there is no evening meal on Sundays, the roast at 1pm is great.

The Mellons are good with people who have special diet's, my mum had diabetes & she found the meals very good. They will also help you with your travel arrangements, leafletts are also on hand in the dining room.

Friendly staff are always on hand, special diet's are catered for. All bedrooms have clock radio's, TV and showers. There are also many decorated plates on the walls of steam trains.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written July 10, 2003
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