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Route 2

 

Newton Abbot • Teignmouth • Dawlish • Exminster • Exeter City Centre

We’ll get you to the office, or place of work in the week and loads of attractions across Exeter city centre, Dawlish and Teignmouth on the weekends.

 

Explore the beauty that the South Coast has to offer in your downtime. There are miles of sandy beaches, family, recreational and leisure attractions to visit.  There is something for everyone and we can get you there!

 

You can change between Hop2 and Hop22 at Dawlish or Teignmouth to either Dawlish Warren, or to continue along the coast to Torquay. Route B and 2B provide additional journeys from Teignmouth, Dawlish and Exminster to Exeter via Marsh Barton.

 

All our 2 services are able to take contactless payments either by credit/debit card or Apple/Google Pay. Don’t worry though, we still accept cash and all our drivers give change.

 

 

How long does it take?

Newton Abbot to Exeter 1 hr 44 mins

Teignmouth to Exeter 1 hr 7 mins

Dawlish to Exeter 43 mins

Exminster to Exeter 17 mins

Newton Abbot to Teignmouth 33 mins

Newton Abbot to Dawlish 48 mins

 

How often?

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Mon - Fri

 

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Daytimes

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60 mins

Evenings

60 mins

60 mins

60 mins

 

View the full timetable here

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Wherever you’re heading we’ve got just the ticket!

Single tickets are available and valid for one journey. Stagecoach single bus tickets are great if you’re an occasional traveller:

 

Adult Singles

Newton Abbot to Exeter £7

Teignmouth to Exeter £6.50

Dawlish to Exeter £6.20

Exminster to Exeter £3

Newton Abbot to Teignmouth £2.80

Newton Abbot to Dawlish £2.80

 

Fancy unlimited travel?

Unlock discounts by downloading the Stagecoach Bus App, day and weekly tickets are up to 10% cheaper! Plus you can plan your journey, and track your bus via our live map, so why not download our app today!

DayRider from Exeter

Adult    For Teignmouth £6.20  and beyond £8.30

Child     For Teignmouth £4.20  and beyond £5.50

Group   For Teignmouth £12.40  and beyond £16.60

1+2       For Teignmouth £9.30  and beyond £12.45

 

DayRider from Newton Abbot

Adult    For Teignmouth £5  and beyond £8.30

Child     For Teignmouth £3.50 and beyond £5.50

Group   For Teignmouth £10  and beyond £16.60

1+2       For Teignmouth £7.50  and beyond £12.45

 

 

If you’re a regular traveller you can also enjoy great deals with our megarider products, just head over to our tickets section here to find out more.


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Discover…

Exeter is a historic city in the heart of Devon, which boasts a beautiful Norman cathedral, vibrant shopping centre and a renowned University. A trip to this cultural haven will take you from the depths of the 14th century underground passages to the heights of award winning shopping centres and eateries across  The High Street, Princesshay and The GuildhallThe city’s free Royal Albert Memorial Museum features a range of stunning exhibitions and the historic quayside hosts watersports, antiques and a variety of cafes and restaurants for a leisurely lunch. The city is also the home of Exeter City Football Club and the Exeter Chiefs. EX12JX

Powderham Castle enjoys a unique, picturesque setting within an ancient deer park beside the Exe estuary, just south of Exeter. Over 600 years of history can be discovered within the walls of one of Devon's oldest family homes. EX68JX www.powderham.co.uk/

Dawlish is a traditional seaside town, home to a stunning golden sand beach. You can take in a range of amusements, and a visit to the beautiful open space of The Lawn a must, or take The Brook are which is home to the famous black swans. Dawlish is perfect for a family holiday, with it’s long sandy beach ideal for swimming, rock pooling or building your best sandcastle. Dawlish Town Beach is just a short walk from the town centre. EX79PF

Connections to eleven of the South Coasts popular Holiday Parks and hotels are accessible either directly from Route 2 or by connecting to our popular open top Route 222  

  • Welcome Family Holiday Park
  • Hazelwood Holiday Park
  • Cofton Country Holiday Park
  • Golden Sands Holiday Park
  • Dawlish Sands Holiday Park
  • Peppermint Park
  • Lady's Mile Holiday Park
  • Oakcliff Holiday Park
  • Langstone Cliff Hotel
  • Leadstone Camping

Teignmouth is home to two beaches, Teignmouth Town Beach is  long and sandy whilst the Teignmouth River Beach has a more traditional feel, and is perfect for fishing. There are also a number of local places to hire paddleboards and kayaks for watersports fanatics. The Seafront is home to the Grand Pier, which is packed with amusements for all the family, a children’s play area, skate park, miniature golf course, and a heated Lido. If you’re looking for an indoor activity, Teignmouth Pavillions offers a variety of local events and screenings or the Teign Heritage Museum has a number of exhibitions and galleries the whole family can enjoy. TQ148AX

 

Newton Abbot is a traditional market town set amongst the beautiful South Devon countryside. Featuring  a large range of shops, restaurants and open spaces, Ye olde Cider Bar is a must for visitors. If shopping is your bag, there are a number of markets taking place throughout the week, or if you fancy a flutter the popular Race Course is right on route. TQ122QY

 


 
 

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