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County - Devon | Map
Tel code: 01626 | code search
Postcode: TQ14 | code search
Population: 1600
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maidís Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devilís Stone

Shaldon Events

May
Shaldon Spring Fete
Shaldon's 1785 Day

June
Shaldon Classical Music Festival

August
Shaldon Regatta
Shaldon Water Carnival
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Royal Standard
"i ejoyed my afternoon wachn the footie good bar grub good beer gota say bar staff are mental but fun to wach

Date visited: 28 02 08 ..." More

Royal Standard
"Great place for watching FA Cup final on big screen TVs. Also live music, real ales, darts, pool, cool bar staff.

Date visited: 19 May 2007 ..." More

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Shaldon is a picture perfect ancient fishing village on the Teign River in South Devon, home to over fifteen hundred people. Charm oozes as the labyrinth of narrow winding lanes unveil thatched cottages and elegant Georgian houses. Sea breezes blow away the cobwebs as swimmers enjoy the beach, and the magic is complete with a walk through Smugglers Tunnel to Ness Cove. Time it right and see the Regatta where colourful yachts jockey for position, or climb aboard one of the pleasure boats to see Dolphins, take the Ferry to Teignmouth with itís delightful Pier, or try your luck Fishing. The red sandstone cliffs of Ness Headland offers stunning views, or there is always the woodland, ponds and streams to explore at Decoy Country Park. Lovers of history will relish 14th Century Powderham Castle, or how about Compton Castle where turrets and towers of this Medieval Masterpiece would grace any Fairy Tale. Smaller visitors are kept busy with a trip to Babbacombe Model Village where fascinating models come to life, or perhaps the Hedgehog Hospital and Prickly Ball Farm will be favourite with a chance to meet Hedgehogs, and ride in a pony and cart. For something different Kent Cavern Show Caves has underground passageways that lead on an unforgettable journey.

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Ness Cove

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Coast View Holiday Park

Pub and Bar

Beachcomer
Clifford Arms
Ferry Boat Inn
Royal Standard

Self-Catering

Coast View Holiday Park
The Sail Loft

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Shaldon Private Hire

Shops

Shaldon Pharmacy
The House By The Sea

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Potters Mooring Hotel (0.15 miles)

Potters Mooring Hotel
Potters Mooring was formerly a sea captains residence and dates from 1625 when Shaldon was a small fishing community. Today Potters Mooring has been lovingly refurbished to the highest standards whilst retaining it's quiet charm ... More | visit website
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The Sail Loft (0.47 miles)

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Luxury apartment situated in a peaceful semi rural location in the village of Ringmore, Shaldon, South Devon. Two minute walk to the estuary and five minutes to the seaside resort ... More

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Ness House (0.48 miles)

Ness House
The Ness House is an elegant Georgian hotel situated on the outskirts of the picturesque village of Shaldon. Overlooking the Teign Estuary with magnificent views of Teignmouth and the beautiful unspoilt Devon Coastline. All twelve ... More | visit website
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The Ness (0.48 miles)

The Ness

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Welcome to The Ness, an elegant Georgian Hotel located on the beautiful south Devon Coastline.Situated overlooking the mouth of the Teign Estuary, we are just 50 yards from a wildlife ... More

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Thornhill Hotel (0.96 miles)

Thornhill Hotel
An elegant Georgian building, with residential licence, comprising 9 comfortable well-appointed bedrooms,each furnished with flat screen TV. Where you will receive a warm welcome and you will be assured of a comfortable and relaxing stay. ... More | visit website
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Cliffden Hotel (0.99 miles)

Cliffden Hotel

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The Cliffden Hotel is a mere 200 yards from one of the finest blue flagged beaches in South Devon. Complete with a 15 metre heated indoor swimming pool and seven ... More

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Cockhaven Manor Hotel (1.59 miles)

Cockhaven Manor Hotel
Welcome to Cockhaven Manor at Bishopsteignton; this lovely welcoming establishment welcome you to our well situated guest house that provides you with a relaxing/ atmospheric dining area; vibrant accommodation and available function room. Our Bishop ... More | visit website
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Bluebell at Bowden Close House (2.32 miles)

Bluebell at Bowden Close House

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Set on the coast road, just 600 yards above sheltered Maidencombe Beach and the village's pretty thatched inn, these three very comfortably furnished properties all have separate ... More

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Orestone Manor Hotel (2.68 miles)

Orestone Manor Hotel
On the coastal road from Torquay to Shaldon this Edwardian retreat is set in landscaped gardens near Torquay and offers some of the finest accommodation and dining in South Devon. Originally the summer lodge of ... More | visit website
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Lyme Bay House (3.27 miles)

Lyme Bay House

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Lyme Bay House is a friendly and comfortable licensed Guest House centrally situated and close to the centre of the historic South Devon town of Dawlish. It is only 11 ... More

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