Kingswear Bears and Friends

2a The Square, Kingswear, Dartmouth, Devon, TQ6 0AA
Email: teddies@kingswearbears.com
 

 
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Visiting Dartmouth, Torbay or the South Hams? Come and see the bears 'in the fur'!
 
  
HUGE END OF SEASON SALE NOW ON!!! 
  FINAL FEW DAYS  - COME AND GRAB YOUR BARGAIN!!! 
 (offers only available for purchases made in our Kingswear shop)
 
 
 OPENING HOURS MONDAY 15th - SUNDAY 21st OCTOBER 2018 : 
 
 Monday 15th October : CLOSED 
 
 Tuesday 16th October - Thursday 18th October : 11.00am - 5pm 
 
 Friday 19th October : CLOSED 
 
 Saturday 20th October - Sunday 21st October : 2pm - 5pm 
 
 

Click here to see the Steam Railway Timetable
  
How to get there...
 

By Train
 
The Paignton & Dartmouth Railway runs direct to Kingswear from Paignton via Goodrington and Churston, the trip to Dartmouth being completed by ferry.  You will find Kingswear Bears directly opposite the railway station in Kingswear - pop in before you cross the river or, if you are returning by train, catch us on your way back.

www.dartmouthrailriver.co.uk

By Road From Torbay
 
(Torquay / Paignton / Brixham) From the main road heading towards Brixham, follow signs to 'Dartmouth via ferry'.  After the mini roundabout, turn left to follow signs to the Lower Ferry.  Just follow the road all the way to the bottom of the hill - there is a car park through the archway to the left of the railway station.  There are also two free 20 minute parking bays outside the station opposite the shop.

By Road From Dartmouth
 
Cross the River Dart from Dartmouth to Kingswear on the Lower Ferry (for cars and foot passengers) or on foot on the Passenger Ferry.
 
Find us by the Post Office, opposite the Steam Railway Station.  There is a car park through the archway next to the railway station as well as two free 20 minute parking bays outside the station opposite the shop.

 
Kingswear Bears and Friends
 
Welcome aboard!
Come and explore our wonderful world of teddy bears, nestling alongside the beautiful River Dart