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Teignmouth 5 Days - Cliffden Hotel

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TALF5148

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

A fascinating ancient port with a myriad of narrow streets, Teignmouth became a popular resort with the coming of the railways. The busy port on the River Teign contrasts with the wide open sands and traditional pier of the sea-ward side of the town. Genteel pursuits such as bowls, crazy golf and open-air swimming at the Lido are popular with today’s holidaymakers.

PRICE FROM ? £349 per person
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Itinerary
Day 1 - Outward Travel


Day 2 - Full Day - Honiton & Sidmouth
The lively market town of Honiton is renowned for its historic lace and pottery industries. /nToday it is a centre for the antiques trade with many interesting shops to browse. /nRegular visitors to this select resort included Princess Victoria before she became Queen. /nAn interesting local museum (free entry) nestles amid the Regency architecture. /nConnaught Gardens are famed for their year-round floral displays and clifftop views./n

Day 3 - Day at Leisure
Today is left free to allow for relaxing in the hotel or exploring the local area. /nDon't hesitate to enquire with the hotel reception regarding local attractions and travel options.

Day 4 - Full Day - World of Country Life & Exmouth
The award winning, family owned World of Country Life has an eclectic mix of attractions./nHighlights include the agricultural museum, petting zoo and demonstrations./nDevon's original coastal resort has an excellent local museum and Blue Plaque Trail./nNelson, Shelly, Byron and Raleigh all visited Exmouth for rest and inspiration./nManor Park Gardens are well kept with spectacular decorative borders, a café and occasional entertainment. /n

Day 5 - Return Travel


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Cliffden Hotel
This historic property, set in extensive landscaped grounds that lead to the seafront, was originally built in 1815 as a lavish private residence for Sir John Strachan, chief of the Clan Strachan. The hotel was for many years owned by guide dog charities and has been thoughtfully adapted for use by guests with sight difficulties. All 47 ensuite rooms offer hairdryer, TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities.

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