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Ashbourne Farm
Bugford
Dartmouth
Devon

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Ashbourne Farm is a characterful 17th century farmhouse, set in a peaceful rural location.

It is only a 10 minute drive to Dartmouth, or to the beautiful beach at Blackpool Sands. Also within easy reach are Totnes, Dittisham, Slapton Sands, Start Point, and the lovely Dart valley. Just across the river is Torbay, known as the English Riviera, which encompasses Brixham, Paignton and Torquay. The rugged beauty of Dartmoor is about 45 minutes drive away.

The farmhouse is a Grade II-listed longhouse, with ample parking in a courtyard surrounded by ancient stone barns. Nestling in a quiet valley, there is plenty of bird & wildlife, and on cloudless nights an exceptionally clear star-filled sky.

Because traditional longhouses are divided by a central passageway, we’ve been able to allocate half the house for exclusive use of our guests. Guests have their own large sitting room with oak beams and a huge open fireplace - evening log fires can be provided on request.

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