About Oldridge Wood, Mid Devon (EX16 8HN)

Name: Oldridge Wood, Mid Devon
Place type: Woodland Or Forest
Location: Grid Ref: SS 9225 1015 • X/Y co-ords: 292259, 110159 • Lat/Long: 50.88090134,-3.53289453
District: Mid Devon
County/Unitary Authority: Devon
Region: South West
Country: England
Height: 125.7m
OS Explorer map: 114: Exeter & the Exe Valley

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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.

Stagsholt Lodge, in WASHFIELD
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1

A cosy cottage adjacent to a working farmyard in the beautiful Exe Valley area in mid Devon, close to the small rural village of Washfield. Romantic retreat. Walks from the door. Tiverton 4 miles.

Pipistrelle Lodge, in PLYMTREE
Sleeps: 2, Bedrooms: 1

Delightful ground floor, semi-detached cottage in the centre of Plymtree in Devon. Superb views of surrounding countryside. Patio. Relaxing and tranquil. Honiton 8 miles.

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