August 16, 2017

Higher Leigh House is a luxury Bed & Breakfast just outside of Kingsbridge and is perfectly located for beautiful beaches, wonderful coastal paths and the atmospheric Dartmoor. As well as this splendid location, there is so much local shopping and eating to sample. Being only 20 minutes drive from the main route between Exeter and Plymouth – the A38 dual carriageway – Higher Leigh House is nestled in a quiet and little known valley. Only 2 miles from Kingsbridge, which is known as the ‘capital’ of the South Hams, with Salcombe nearby too, you have complete access to everything the area has to offer, whilst staying in peace and quiet.

Unique to the guest house is their glorious garden, with many areas of quiet and private relaxation, your only company the masses of wild birds. There is a summer house, two ponds and a wild flower meadow, as well as honey bees and a vegetable plot. You may get lost out there, although the resident dog and cat may come across you!

Higher Leigh House

The overriding feel is of an adult space completely designed with your relaxation in mind, somewhere you can kick off your shoes and chill in luxury, inside or out, away from your usual pace of life. Highlights nearby include Bantham Beach, just 4 miles away, famous for its sand and surfing and Dartmoor, just 30 minutes away. The moors are steeped in a mystical wilderness: immerse yourself in its history and heritage.

Dog-friendly and wheelchair accessible, this is a marvellous place to stay, and of course, they serve Owens 100% organic and fair trade coffee! Sourcing local ingredients wherever possible is something really important to Hazel, the owner. She offers afternoon tea, picnics (with notice), local food safaris, touring guides and walking guides as extras. You can even go on a guided dog walk with your four legged friend.

So why not plan a visit to Devon and book your stay now! You will not be disappointed.  www.higherleighhouse.co.uk

Higher Leigh House





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