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Prices start at: £70 per night

1 bedroom
Sleeps 2
Plus 1 child

1 double bed

Ensuite bathroom

Guest house Teignmouth

Free parking
Breakfast
Beach hut

Free wifi
Flat screen TV
Ensuite

Dog friendly
Tea coffee making
Fold up child’s bed

      Sarah's house is a beautiful Victorian house overlooking Teignmouth, It has a very comfy bed and a nice bath.
    It is a very big house plenty of room for social distancing.
    Nice place to stay.
    Thank you Sarah I very much enjoyed my brief stay.

    thumb John
    7/09/2020

      I booked Sarah's room for an elderly relative as a group of us were attending a family funeral. He was astounded by the amount of space he had in Sarah's home and also what excellent value for money it was.

    thumb Simon
    8/05/2019

      Beautiful house. Very elegant. Garden very pretty. View gorgeous. Bathtub deep and lovely.

    thumb Ann
    9/07/2019

About your room

Tastefully furnished with a four-poster bed, vintage oil prints and dark wooden antique furniture, this is our largest and most popular room. There is a wonderful south-facing view out over Lyme Bay and over the rolling lawns of the garden.

The bathroom contains a bath, shower cubicle, toilet and wash basin. There is also a flat screen TV with freeview channels, and tea-coffee making facilities.

Woodlands guest house in Teignmouth is large enough that maintaining a distance of 2 metres apart won’t be an inconvenience, even when dining, and it has always been our practice to throughly and hygienically clean our rooms between each guest and have linen and towels professionally laundered at 90C. 
 
Woodlands is a grade II listed house built in the Regency period with plenty of charm and character. It is one of the oldest surviving houses in Teignmouth and has been a guest house in our family for three generations.
 

Included in the price we serve a full English breakfast every day (at whatever time you choose) in our stunning dining room and we are proud to say that we have maintained a five star food hygiene rating for many years. If on the other hand, you don’t want a full English breakfast, or any breakfast at all, please get in touch to discuss a reduced rate.

 

Teignmouth has many good quality restaurants and pubs and we are happy to recommend our family favourites. You are also welcome to bring or order in takeaway food and we will provide cutlery, crockery and wine glasses and do the washing up for you (please note, we are not licensed to sell alcohol).

The house is situated in an elevated position in a relaxed and quiet area of the town and boasts stunning views of the sea beyond. We are within a ten minute walk of Teignmouth town centre, the railway station and the blue flag beach, a perfect location for an English seaside holiday base.

3 reasons to choose us

Guest houses in Teignmouth

Free parking
Breakfast
Beach hut

Free wifi
Flat screen TV
Ensuite

Dog friendly
Tea coffee making
Fold up child’s bed

3 reasons to choose us

Clean and tidy

All recent guests said we are sparkly clean, peaceful with huge rooms.

Great location

100% of recent guests gave us a 5 star rating for location, parking and gardens.

Great value

Guests frequently comment on the room size and quality they get.

What’s nearby

Teignmouth, the gem of south Devon!  Teignmouth is an ideal guest house location.  It’s a traditional classic seaside holiday town with its Victorian pier, miniature golf, many independent shops, pubs, cafes and gorgeous cliff side park. It has two beaches, the main beach and the back beach, with distinctly different atmospheres.

The seawater here is clean and bathing is safe, and apart from the beach there is a lot to do even when the sun doesn’t shine. We have a beach hut which all our guests may use for free.  The beach hut is equipped with a microwave and kettle so you can picnic by the sea in style.

Look out for one of the steam trains that often travels along the track that curves right next to the beach.  The Teignmouth to Exeter railway line is arguably the most picturesque in the country and a trip on it is a holiday must.

Teignmouth has a museum, amazing coastal walks, a sea safari and plenty of watersports opportunities such as paddle boarding and kayaking.  The town also has an abundance of puns and restaurants as well as the oldest passenger ferry in the country that takes you across the Teign the picturesque village of Shaldon.

With so much to do, there will be something to suit all in and around Teignmouth.

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Contact us

If you have any questions prior to booking with us, please do get in touch either by phone, or by email below.