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High Oak House
High Oak House self-catering accommodation in Ashburton is a character, terraced, 300 year old house containing a self-catering, bijou, second-floor apartment. Situated in central Ashburton just a stones throw away from cafes, bars, boutiques and a good range of local shops, with Dartmoor on the doorstep.

Ideal for those looking for accommodation while attending Ashburton Cookery School courses.

Accommodation
The apartment sleeps 4: a double bedroom, with views of the Devon 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 open plan, with kitchen, diner and living-room over-lapping, enabling you to combine eating and socialising in an easy, intimate atmosphere. The 3 windows and roof lights ensure a light-filled space. No expence has been spared to complete the indulgent ‘holiday’ mood... Sophie Conran crockery, Egyptian cotton sheets and complimentary artisan coffee, loose-leaf tea and chocolate truffles.

Outside and up a flight of steps, a designer-built garden overlooks the valley opposite, and provides a sun-trap in the afternoons for lazy barbecues…

We are on hand to ensure you have the best possible holiday experience. Whether you need us to book or recommend local restaurants, or arrange massage and beauty treatments, help with hampers of local produce for picnics and days out, or, if you bring the children, provide details of CRB checked baby sitters.

Visit our website www.selfcateringashburton.co.uk for more details.

Address  High Oak House
62 North Street
Ashburton
TQ13 7QG
Phone  07753 660618
Web  www.selfcateringashburton.co.uk
Email    enquiries@selfcateringashburton.co.uk


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