Hillside Ashprington

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£184-330 per night (minimum stay is 2 nights) as of 9/8/23

Hillside Ashprington is a beautiful 19th-century cottage, located by one of Devon's best wine estates and only a stone's throw from the quirky town of Totnes. The cottage is full of artisan touches such as a crafted kitchen, lime-plaster walls, and a wildlife garden. Enjoy the cottage whatever the weather, sitting out with the sun on your face or sheltering in the cosy living room! Sleeps 4 🛏️

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