Teignmouth has all the traditional attractions of a coastal holiday destination including the promenade, Victorian Pier with rides and amusements together with shops, cafes and restaurants. Teignmouth has a thriving local community which swells considerably during the summer months with tourists and visitors to the town boosting trade.
Teignmouth is well connected via the Shaldon Bridge to Shaldon on the South side of the River Teign and on to Torbay some 9 miles away. The market town of Newton Abbot is 6 miles to the West as is the A38 trunk road to Exeter. This in turn links to the M5 motorway which connects the South West to the rest of the country.
PerryLicious is a generously sized ground floor daytime eatery in the main pedestrianised street in central Teignmouth. The premises have a large picture window to the front of the building. The main trade area provides seating for 22 at wooden tables and high-backed chairs. The premises have commercial wood effect flooring through-out and a feature wall displaying a large photograph of Dartmoor. The eatery benefits from a secondary trade area providing seating for a further 10 at leather sofas and bucket seats with coffee tables. A specialism is homemade and occasion cakes. The eatery also offers a wide variety of gluten free and vegan choices.