Useful Links in Bishopsteignton

The Old Walls Vineyard

There is evidence of a vineyard on this site over 2000 years ago. The vineyard is now in the caring hands of the Dawe family who have farmed the surrounding land for over 90 years. Father and son team Ken and Paul look after the vineyard whilst wife Lesley and daughter Lisa run the Tea Rooms and Shop. Opening times.

Here in Bishopsteignton we undertake tours of the for individuals and groups. Tours may be requested by contacting us in advance – subject to weather conditions on the day.

St John's Manor - Luxury Guest House Accommodation

Beautifully restored Georgian Rectory stands in a 1.3 acre garden in the country village Bishopsteignton originally a 13th century vicarage. Offering accommodation for those seeking peace and tranquility in splendid surroundings.

Only ten minutes from Teignmouth and across the river to the very pretty village of Shaldon. Twenty minutes from Exeter and the stunning countryside of Dartmoor National Park.

Cockhaven Manor Inn Bishopsteignton - a 16th Century Inn

The Inn originates from the 16th Century with a number of additions, made 200 years later. All the Olde Worlde character of galleried landing, log fires and beams, exudes a welcoming ambience. Cockhaven Manor Inn nestles at the foot of Haldon Moor and overlooks the picturesque Teign Estuary.

Family owned and run Cockhaven Manor is renowned for its value and exceptional quality, perfect, for a relaxing stay, delicious meal or function.

Recommended by The Independents, an association of quality independent hotels throughout the UK and Ireland and AA 2 Star Hotel accredited

 

Hollycombe Alpacas and Garden  Hollycombe House

Nearly 5 acres of stunning garden with views over Teign Estuary. Some say the best view in all of Devon. Stylish borders, shrubs for every day of the year. Totally organic vegetables in raised beds - all our own compost from alpacas! Attractive large pond, full of water lilies, koi carp and pretty call ducks. Alpacas with their babies and free range chickens, also Harley the Harris Hawk all create an area of individuality.

If you really want to get to know an alpacas – you can go for a walk in the garden, this must be booked in advance.
Please phone for details.Visitors always welcome by appointment, including groups. Please see National Garden Scheme, Yellow Book for public open days.