We are are open
from 10 am to 10pm Monday to Sunday
Call Jason and Shelley on 01626 873888 to discuss your holiday requirements.
We hope you enjoy your stay here in Shaldon.
The Park .Cross Bridge Road, 5 mins walk along side of the river. Little play area for children and a field for football, etc.
Shaldon Beach – turn left outside the apartment, first right to village green, and then onto beach. About 2 mins.
Ness Beach – 10 mins walk. Through village, past beach, up the hill and through the smugglers tunnel!! (not easily accessable for people with mobility difficulties as steps down to beach)
Shaldon Zoo – As above, next to smugglers tunnel.
Ferry to Teignmouth – from Shaldon Beach (really worth doing – it saves parking in Teignmouth).
Look out for the signs on Teignmouth side for Boat Trips and Fishing Trips.
1785 Day- Village Green, every Wednesday in Summer. Market during the day and Punch and Judy and Locals theatrical enactment of Zebediah Hook in the evening. (take your picnic blanket and enjoy the athmosphere)
The Botanical Gardens – Above The Broadlands, Shaldon. No admission charge.
Take a nice calm walk around the gardens.
Pitch and Putt Golf Course – At The Ness. Hire shop here.
SEASPORTS – Vinnicome Store A. New Quay Street. Teignmouth.
01626 772555 mob: 07962239147 www.seasports-sw.com
A variety of watersports from Kayaking to Sailing to Windsurfing. Worth checking out if you like the water. They offer courses and lessons from beginners up.
The Olde Court House – Jewellers, Shaldon. (Fore Street)
How about you treat your loved one to something special.
VILLAGE FISH AND CHIPS SHALDON.
Under new ownership, Andy and Dee Simmonds are sure to
give you a great welcome and serve you the most delicious fish and chips
London Inn, The Green, Shaldon -
Good Food, Traditional Village Pub, Probably one of the best. Can be busy so best to reserve tables. Great Sunday Roasts.
The Clifford Arms, Fore Street, Shaldon
Modern Pub/Restaurant. Excellent food.
The Ferry Boat Inn, Opposite the beach.
A typical beach side pub. Regular live music, good range of food, can be extremely busy due to the location. A real locals’ favourite!
The Ness House
Very nice for an evening out wining and dining. Can be expensive. Can get very busy. Wonderful views. If you want a special night, best to book a table in the conservatory.
Ode, Fore Street, Shaldon
Modern restaurant.The food is excellent .
Shaldon Coffee Rush
Great luxury coffee, chocolate and cakes. Forget calorie counting – You’re on holiday!
A BIT FURTHER AFIELD….
The Boathouse Tavern
Has a children’s soft play area (upstairs) for the little ones. Fantastic views of the sea. So close to the sea, it’s almost in it!
(Up the river – Follow Ringmore Road along the River for about 3 miles. Coombe Cellars is on the right hand side. Fantastic location.
Torquay (9 miles) is a cosmopolitan resort and has many restaurants and bars(as well as shopping!!) Most High Street names and also independent Boutiques.
Riverside Surgery – 01626 873331
Albion Street, Shaldon
Den Crescent, Teignmouth – 01626 772637
Teignmouth Hospital (minor injuries)
Mill Lane, Teignmouth - 01626 772161
A & E Department at:
Torbay Hospital, Torquay – 01803 614567
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