The Hen’s Dens – SatNav TQ12 4QP
Situated above the southern bank of the estuary of the River Teign and nestled in a valley, less than a mile from the coast, Stokeinteignhead is a quiet and peaceful village within a conservation area.
Thatched cottages are strung along winding country lanes leading to the centre of the village where a pub, community shop, church and school can be found, all within a stone’s throw of each other.
Tucked just off the coast, on a sunny, south facing slope, the Hen’s Dens can be found on the edge of the village in Higher Gabwell.
Being in the heart of the South Devon we are spoilt for great beaches and countryside, places to visit, things to do and to eat.
Having lived in the area all our lives we have tried and tested many and picked out a few of our favourites and would be glad to talk about other ideas if you need a little inspiration.
- The Ness
- South Hams
- Coastal Path
- Green Lanes
- To the Village
- Places to Visit
- Places to Eat
- Clipper Café, Shaldon
- The Church House, Stokeinteignhead
- The Thatch Tavern, Maidencombe
- The Ness House, Shaldon
- The Pizza Café, Newton Abbot
- The Eastern Eye, Newton Abbot
- The Village Community Shop, Stokeinteignhead
- Waitrose, Teignmouth
- Morrisons, Teignmouth
- Foot – South West Coastal Path, mentioned above, runs just a few hundred metres
- Vue, Paignton
- Alexandra, Newton Abbot
- Little Theatre, Babbacombe
- Carlton Theatre, Teignmouth
- Princess Theatre, Torquay
- Theatre Royal, Plymouth