Trinity Marine

Scattor Rock, Sheldon Lane, Dunsford Nr. Exeter EX6 7YT

Phone

01647 253400

Opening Times

Open 9.00am – 4.30pm Monday to Thursday 

On Fridays we close at 15.00pm

Call us to make an appointment for coming on Saturdays 

Christmas & New Year

Our last day for sending is Wednesday 18th December

Monday 23rd December  – Closing at 3pm 

Closed – Tuesday 24th through to Sunday 29th December

Open Monday 30th , Tuesday 31st December

Closed – Wednesday 1st January 

Re Open Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd January

Back to normal from Monday 6th January 

Sat Nav Warning

Please read the directions on the right, as Sat Nav tend to send customers on the scenic route and not necessarily the easiest route. Please copy the text on the right and save it / print it, to help..

Be sure to check opening times and directions when visiting Trinity Marine. Thanks!

Directions

By Car

Our key advice to car drivers is to avoid approaching Trinity Marine via Haldon hill and Doddiscombsleigh village. These roads are narrow, rough and very steep in several places so are best avoided.

Unfortunately most satnavs and route planning websites are not clever enough to realise this, so here’s our advice for a smooth journey. Our postcode is EX6 7YT and shared with other properties along the Sheldon Lane , we are difficult to miss once you are on the lane 

A30 / Exeter 

If you approach Trinity Marine via Exeter or the A30, take the B3212 through Longdown, turn left onto the B3193 and follow it South and then South East until you reach the Teign House Inn, turn left here and follow the road over a wide bridge then a narrow humped bridge and turn left onto Sheldon Lane

Devon Expressway / A38

If you approach Trinity Marine  via the Devon Expressway/A38, take the Chudleigh/Teign Valley turning, turn right and right again to follow the B3193 North for 6 miles until you reach the Teign House Inn, turn right here and follow the road over a wide bridge then a narrow humped bridge and turn left onto Sheldon Lane

Either route is okay coming from the M5, but the second (A38) one is the easier