Jack’s Patch garden centre in Bishopsteignton, Teignmouth joined the Otter family in July 2019. The site was purchased for a railway line to be built under the hills around Teignmouth and Dawlish, starting from Bishopsteignton. This was deferred with the advent of World War Two and the land instead was let on an annual tenancy of £15 per year. In 1977 British Rail realised that they still owned the land and informed the tenant, Jack Webber they were putting the rent up to £150. Local brothers Jeremy and Peter Hepworth who had been growing a range of pot plants in a greenhouse nursery took over the site but weren’t sure what to call it. Names such as Teignmouth Garden Centre were considered but they finally settled for the name of old Jack Webber – and it’s been called Jack’s Patch ever since!
Large free car park
Free WiFi in our coffee shop
Toilets and baby change facilities
Wheelchairs (available on request)
Coach parking on request
Soft play area (we are sorry but the soft play is currently closed)
We are sorry, our garden centre is temporarily closed
Restaurant Opening Hours
Our restaurant is currently closed.
Our restaurant has lovely views of the Teign Valley
Our restaurant is a large, family-oriented space with our soft play area adjacent. We serve breakfast, lunches, snacks and homemade cakes. Customers love to relax and enjoy the beautiful views over the River Teign Estuary.
We are delighted to support local community events including the Bishopsteignton Village Show.
Soft Play Area
We are sorry, but our soft play area is currently closed.