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Presence
Mon - Sat 10.00 - 17.30 
Walk into PRESENCE and enter a world of colour, imagination and ideas for unusual gifts. Inside you will find a fine array of cushions, candles, natural bath and shower products, wooden toys, games and puzzles together with a large choice of life-enhancing essential oils and incense.
Address  21-23 East Street
Ashburton
Devon
TQ13 7AQ
Phone   01364 653369
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Town   Ashburton      
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County   Devon      
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High Oak House Self catering

High Oak House is a character, terraced, 300 year old house in central Ashburton. It contains a self-catering, bijou, second-floor apartment situated in central Ashburton. The apartment sleeps 4, a double bedroom, with views of the hills and church spire from the window seat, and an en-suite wet room. Upstairs there’s a double bed and bathroom on the mezzanine platform.  The main living space is an open plan kitchen, diner and living-room. The price is £120 per night – minimum stay 3 nights. The weekly cost is £725.

Suitable for those looking for accommodation for Ashburton Cookery School courses.

Address  62 North Street

Ashburton
Devon
TQ13 7QG
Phone   07753 660618
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Email   enquiries@selfcateringashburton.co.uk
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Postcode   TQ13 7QG      
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Vintage Emporium
Tues - Sat 9am - 4:30pm 
Vintage Emporium in Ashburton will take you back to a long forgotten era. It's all about a cosy style and mixing old with new.

On entering this box of delights you are welcomed by the sounds of 'Ella Fitzgerald and the Chick Webb orchestra' you can even take tea, coffee and locally made cakes at our country tables mixed in and around all the delights, or browse through an eclectic mix of vintage pieces including furniture, linens, lazy jacks clothing, eiderdowns, country quilts, fine wines supplied by 'Cellarmarque'(see link below for website) cottage style baskets, materials sold by the yard, hand made soap, and pretty ribbons and trimmings all from a wonderful haberdashery counter full of coloured cottons, jars of vintage buttons and crocheted flowers.

Vintage Emporium hand make as many luxury pieces as we can when time allows, such as soft furnishing like cushions, embroidered delightful bags, soft and cosy scarves to keep out the winter chill, and lavender filled mice. Its a magpie's collection of trinkets and truly delightful things, which changes from week to week as each unique treasure, is a one off piece.
 
Vintage Emporium is also a stockist for Sanderson Fabrics and Cath Kidston accessories.

Take a step back in time and bring something of ours home with you.
Address  18 North Street







Phone   01364 654854
Fax   01364 654854
Email   enquiries@vintage-emporium.info
Town   Ashburton      
Postcode   TQ13 7QD      
County   Devon      
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