About Higher Cheriton, East Devon (EX14 3JN)

Name: Higher Cheriton, East Devon
Place type: Hamlet
Location: Grid Ref: ST 1002 0064 • X/Y co-ords: 310029, 100646 • Lat/Long: 50.79840088,-3.27803024
District: East Devon
County/Unitary Authority: Devon
Region: South West
Country: England
Height: 117m
OS Explorer map: 115: Exmouth & Sidmouth

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The Log Cabin, in SHELDON
Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2

Atmospheric log cabin on edge of woods with private lake trout fishing. Attractive open plan accommodation with woodburner. Perfect rustic retreat! Sheldon 0.5 miles, Honiton 7 miles.

Old Ford Farm Annexe, in HONITON
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1

A lovely cottage annexe attached to the owners' farmhouse. Private entrance and garden area, with a stream nearby. 15 minute drive from Jurassic Coast. Honiton 4 miles.

High Park Barn, in UFFCULME
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1

A welcoming barn conversion in the rural Devon village of Uffculme. Romantic retreat. Walks in Blackdown Hills and Culm valley. Exposed beams. Tiverton 7 miles. Exeter 18 miles.

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