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The Weather in Teignmouth
Above are the weather conditions for Teignmouth. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Teignmouth, with temperatures falling below 2°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
How to get the best out of your holiday cottage in Teignmouth
Located in the county of Devon on the northern half of the estuary mouth of the river Teign, Teignmouth is a bustling port town. The town attracts visitors of all ages throughout the year thanks to its sandy beaches, historical attractions and fresh fish delicacies.
Quaint fishing cottages, beachside cabins or modern apartments in town are just some of the options that will help make your stay in Teignmouth comfortable.
Where to eat in Teignmouth
Given the coastal location of Teignmouth, it would be a shame to miss out on the local fresh fish dishes. And one of the places to have some classic British fish & chips is the highly popular Jolly Good fish Cafe, which offers fresh produce and very friendly service.
If you're looking for something more cosmopolitan, try one of the local fine-dining restaurant, such as ODE dining. This restaurant offers refined recipes based on traditional British dishes. It includes vegetarian and gluten-free options, and all the produce is local and organic.
Entertaining the kids in Teignmouth
Apart from the beach and the pier, kids will also enjoy the lido - a heated public open-air swimming pool. Another popular option is the Jurassic Adventure Golf, a twelve-hole mini golf course that follows an entertaining dinosaur theme.
Nature and history in Teignmouth
If you're looking for fresh air, moorlands and forests, walk along the Templer Way. This historic 29km path was originally built by the Templer family who used it to transport clay and granite to the inland urban centres.
If you prefer to stay by the beach, explore the grand Victorian pier in Teignmouth that offers unparalleled views from across the bay.
Dating back to the 19th c. when city dwellers regularly flocked to the seaside to escape the smoke and pollution of the big cities, the pier offers traditional fun-fair attractions, video-game booths and ice-cream vendors.
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