A warm welcome on the beautiful South Devon coast
Caledon Guest House
Caledon is a peaceful, warm and friendly bed and breakfast set in an elevated position in Shaldon overlooking the characterful houses of the village and enjoying views that stretch from Dartmoor to out across the mouth of the river Teign estuary towards Lyme Bay and the Jurassic Coast.
Recently refurbished to a high standard double and family guest rooms offer a comfortable and cosy stay for visitors to Devon's highly sought after coastal destination.
Caledon is ideally situated less than 5 mins walk from all local facilities - safe, sandy beaches with clean, clear water, gourmet restaurants, pubs, designer shops, a historical ferry, zoo, golf courses are close by. The atmosphere transports you to seaside memories of the past.
Within 5 miles of the Torquay's 'English Riviera', 15 miles from the Cathedral City of Exeter, and 10 miles from Dartmoor we are ideally placed for a really enjoyable Devonian experience at any time of year.
Nigel and Alison, both musicians and experienced sailors, extend a warm welcome to their guests:
"We know you will enjoy the friendly and good-humoured atmosphere of our hospitality, our stunning seaside location and views, the comfy en-suite accommodation, the unique and charming village location, and our hearty locally sourced breakfasts!"
Room 1 - The Sea View Suite - Upstairs and offering commanding views across the harbour and out over the the Jurassic Coast, this large double en-suite room offers modern, stylish and comfy accommodation with room for a couple of 'put-you-ups' for the children if required.
Room 2 - The Family Harbour View Suite - Down the spiral staircase and with views of the harbour, this suite of rooms offers a large double bedroom adjoining a similar room that can accommodate two single beds. A beautifully restored Victorian bathroom with gold fittings completes this self-contained suite of rooms.
Both rooms from:
£85 double occupancy
£115 family occupancy
Our weekly Wednesday '1785 day' present daytime Art and Craft stalls with free entertainment on the Village Green in the evenings between May and September.
For 'culture-vultures' our June 'Shaldon Festival' offers world-class classical musicians in concert and choral workshops - recent conductors have included Sir David Willcocks and Sir Neville Mariner.
Shaldon Regatta and Water Carnival are great spectator and participative events for all ages and our elevated position gives a superb ring-side view of several huge celebratory firework displays.
Nearby Teignmouth hosts an Autumn Jazz Festival and was host to the 'Seaside Rendezvous' gig by local musicians 'Muse.