Best Café with Estuary Views: Clipper Café, Shaldon




One of the best independent cafes with stunning estuary views is in Shaldon, the Clipper Café. The weather was a bit dreich as they say in Scotland. Misty, cloudy. But, even if its grey being by the sea makes you feel better.

The clipper is a small independent cafe in Shaldon, on the riverfront, right opposite you can see the port of Teignmouth. The cafe is open 7 days a week, its quite roomy with seating outside, inside and an upstairs balcony area. We’ve managed always to get a table, they have more information about their table booking on their website. The cafe serves food until 8pm at night and is fully licence

Parking In Shaldon

The Clipper Cafe in Shaldon is on the strand, waterfront. TQ14 0DL or what three words: ///mistress.firebird.prompt

The strand does have some on-street parking but due to the limited passing spaces it can be conjested, narrow for large vehicles especially in the height of the summer. If the village appears busy or you are driving a large vehicle you might be best to park in the Ness carpark and use the A379 to access the village. What three words: ///excavated.slippers.pools

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