Glenside House Teignmouth Glenside House, 87 Ringmore Road, Shaldon, Teignmouth, Devon, TQ14 0EP

"Glenside is a cottage style hotel occupying a beautiful site on the southern bank of the Teign estuary. It was originally built as a private residence in approximately 1820. Over the years it has been extended and used first as a school and more recently as a well-appointed, small and restful hotel of eight bedrooms."
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Glenside House

Ringmore Road, Shaldon, Teignmouth, South Devon, TQ14 0EP
Telephone: 01626 872448





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Glenside has three large double en-suite rooms, two with estuary views and one with its own adjacent lounge, with fridge and a sun balcony, car park and garden. Dogs are welcome by arrangement.

Terms are from £44 to £60 per room per night, breakfast is optional and served to your room or garden, £4.50 per person.

Booking queries etc. Please ring Keith or Tricia to check availability. A non refunadble deposit of £60 per room (£100 weekly bookings) Please send cheque with a supporting letter.We do not accept credit/debit cards.


Glenside House Hotel, Teignmouth, View, 11K


Glenside is a cottage style hotel occupying a beautiful site on the southern bank of the Teign estuary. It was originally built as a private residence in approximately 1820. Over the years it has been extended and used first as a school and more recently as a well-appointed, small and restful hotel of three bedrooms, two have their own lounges with fridges and en suite..

Glenside House Hotel, Teignmouth, Front of Hotel, 12K


Shaldon has twelve pub/restaurants and tea rooms, some with gardens by the estuary and there are four others situated in delightful villages, or on the river within about two miles of Glenside and we will happily show where to find them.






A short level walk besides the estuary brings you into the heart of the village. Visitors to the area will feel they have stepped back in time to view an unspoilt nineteenth century village. Cottages line narrow, picturesque streets and in Spring Summer and Autumn the gardens are bright with flowers.

Ness headland offers a fine view of the wide sweep in Lyme Bay while under the headland a smugglers tunnel leads to Ness Beach.
Glenside House Hotel, Teignmouth, View of the Bay, 13K






Places to visit


  • Babbacombe Model Village
  • Becky Falls
  • Brixham (old fishing town)
  • Buckfast Abbey
  • Dartington Hall
  • Dartmoor
  • Dart Valley
  • Dart Valley Railway
  • Exeter
  • Kent Cavern
  • Morewellham Quays
  • Paignton Zoo
  • Plymouth
  • Torquay
  • Windecombe-in-the-moor






Things to do

  • Bird watching
  • Deep sea and river fishing
  • Boat trips
  • Sailing
  • Wind surfing
  • Bowling
  • Golf






Directions

By Train
There are British Rail Western region stations at Teignmouth (1 miles) and Newton Abbot (4 miles).

By Car
From Exeter and the M5 follow the A38 and then the A380 (Torbay). Turn left for Teignmouth and Shaldon on B3192. At the foot of the hill in Teignmouth turn right at the lights and then over Shaldon Bridge. Turn right and then bear right again (B3195) sign posted Ringmore. Glenside is about a quarter of a mile on the left, facing you. The car park is immediately before the hotel.


Glenside House Hotel, Teignmouth, Map, 4K








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