The Riviera Line

Teignmouth

A classic and traditional Devon seaside resort, with a long promenade and Victorian pier, Teignmouth is a great place to explore.

Arrive on one of the most scenic stretches of railway in the country, and then relax with a paddle in the shallow sea, or enjoy some wonderful food – with fresh, locally-caught fish available on many award winning menus in the town.

  • Wide beaches
  • Harbour
  • Independent shops
  • Great food

Teignmouth

There’s lots to do in Teignmouth:

Scenic line
The town is served by one of the country’s most loved sections of railway, hugging the Devon coast.

Family beaches
Enjoy a paddle or take a swim – right on the doorstep of the town.

Maze of backstreets
Teignmouth’s maze of backstreets offer a wealth of independent shops, galleries and inns.

Shaldon
A short ferry ride from Teignmouth is the village of Shaldon, with plenty more places to eat and drink and more to explore.

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Teignmouth Station Information

Teignmouth station is staffed and has a ticket machine for buying tickets and collecting pre-booked tickets. There is step free access at this station.  East Brook Street, Teignmouth, TQ14 8PG

 

Buying Tickets to Teignmouth

Exeter-Teignmouth

£

4.40

Off-peak day return. Valid after the morning peak, and anytime weekends or Bank Holidays.

Great fares from further afield

TORQUAY TO TEIGNMOUTH

£

5.80

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

Fares explained

20 mins

Approximate journey time

PLYMOUTH TO TEIGNMOUTH

£

7.60

Adult Off-Peak Day Return

Fares explained

1 hour

Approximate journey time

 

The Riviera Line

More Destinations

  • Paignton

    Paignton is nestled between Torquay and Brixham on the English Riviera, and boasts award-winning sandy beaches, a zoo and Victorian pier.

  • Torquay

    Torquay’s iconic palm trees, busy harbour and international marina make it a firm favourite for all the family.

  • Dawlish

    A Regency resort town, famous for the way the railway runs right along the town’s seafront, separating the town itself from the beach and sea.