Teignmouth is a charming and fascinating town, with a long and interesting history. From growth and development based upon shipbuilding and the fishing trade, Teignmouth became firmly established as one of the south-west's leading resorts, well before the arrival of the railways. With superb bathing, boating and a wealth of other leisure facilities including a highly acclaimed mini-golf course and a children's play park. Teignmouth is the ideal centre for all age and interest groups.
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Other delightful coastal and inland towns are within easy reach, as is the magnificent scenery of Dartmoor and Haldon Moor. If you fancy having a break from driving, there are many possibilities for travel to other local centres, such as: Exeter, Dawlish, NewtonAbbot, Torquay and Paignton etc, by bus or rail. Communications to Teignmouth are excellent. For the many who travel by car from the North or East, drive to the end of the M5 at Exeter, then take the A38, A380 and B3192 to Teignmouth. A wide range of local and long-distance trains stop at Teignmouth station; which is about five minutes level walk from Brunswick House.