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Tel code: 01626 | code search
Postcode: TQ12 | code search
Population: 11000
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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

Kingsteignton Events

Christian Aid Walk and Festival
Ram Roasting Fayre

Kingsteignton Garden, Craft & Hobby Fayre

Newton Abbot and District Horticultural Association Annual Show
Tractor & Machinery Country Fair
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Old Rydon Inn
"Nice location but prices are on the steep side.Vegetables cooked well but cold, Steak pie I had was far too large, the steak was dry and it should have been ..." More

Old Rydon Inn
"The Rydon is well worth a visit now. The restaurant has been bought by the chef who was there about a decade ago and the food is great. ..." More

Old Rydon Inn
"Heard mixed reports about the Old Rydon. It has had another change of manager but this time seems for the better. The food is good pub grub. Friendliest most welcoming ..." More

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Kingsteignton is a large attractive village dating back to Saxon times positioned on the banks of the River Teign in south Devon. This popular village with country lanes and Medieval church is home to over eleven thousand people. Famed for itís rich deposits of clay that Josiah Wedgewood first purchased in the 18th Century. Cyclists and Walkers can embark on a voyage of discovery along the banks of the river, often rewarded with glimpses of Herons, Ducks, and the brilliant flash of colour as the Kingfisher dives. For spectacular woodland with a 220í Waterfall cascading over ancient rocks it has to be Canonteign Falls. Or for lovers of architecture a visit to Ugbrooke Park wonít disappoint, with memorable interiors designed by Robert Adam, outside will find magnificent grounds orchestrated by Capability Brown. Or how about Cockington Court, a fine 17th Century Manor House, the village has a Watermill, an old Forge and ancient cottages clustered around, why not climb aboard a horse and carriage for an unforgettable journey. If shopping is desired Newton Abbot will lighten any purse with a vast choice on offer, or for a chance to enjoy the sport of kings it has to be Newton Abbot Race Course, always a firm favourite,

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Dew Drop Inn
Kings Arms
Old Rydon Inn


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Sports Clubs

Buckland Athletic (Amateur Football)
Newton Abbot RFC (Rugby Union)

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Passage House Hotel (0.26 miles)

Passage House Hotel

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Positioned on the northern bank of the River Teign, this hotel with spa facilities has commanding panoramic views of the mouth of the estuary. Passage House Hotel was built on the ... More

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Sampsons Hotel & Restaurant (1.04 miles)

Sampsons Hotel & Restaurant

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Our thatched farmhouse is older than Shakespeare! Sampsons provides the perfect retreat in which to relax and unwind. Built in the 1500s, the house features medieval oak beams and ... More

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Cockhaven Manor Hotel (2.46 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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The Sail Loft (3.50 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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Potters Mooring Hotel (4.02 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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Coombe Cross Hotel (4.13 miles)

Coombe Cross Hotel

The Coombe Cross is a comfortable country house hotel with spectacular views of Dartmoor National Park, in a good area for walking, riding and golfing. Quietly situated in its own attractive gardens, the hotel offers ... More | visit website

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Bickley Mill (4.14 miles)

Bickley Mill

Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this family owned free house in comfortable surroundings. The Bickley Mill is situated in the beautiful wooded valley of Stoneycombe, conveniently located 15 minutes from Newton Abbot, Paignton and Torquay. We ... More | visit website

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Ness House (4.40 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 (4.40 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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Cliffden Hotel (4.59 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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