Aish Cross Holiday Cottages have three award winning 5 Star Gold Iuxury self catering holiday cottages. In a stunning location in the heart of South Devon ideal for exploring both coast and countryside. Pets welcome. Cottages sleep between 2-6 guests.
We were a large family (3 generations, 10 people) staying in the Coach House Family & the Stable for a week in August.
The cottages are beautiful with everything you could possibly need inside and out in the gardens. We toasted marshmallows inside the barbecue in the secret garden and also had a lovely barbecue outside in the orchard. Our grandchildren had a great time playing on the trampoline etc. Location is just right, lovely and quiet but near so many attractions.
A big thank you to our hosts, Michael, Angela and manager Dawn for making our holiday a special week to remember.
We had a very comfortable stay in this lovely cottage. It was very well equipped and had 2 very large bedrooms both with ensuites, ideal for couples. The owners were also extremely helpful and friendly.
Lovely rural location but close to facilities and things to do. Comfortable cosy cottage for 2 adults and a dog. Well equipped kitchen, which we used a lot. We didn’t need the second bedroom but it would be fine for 2 children. Plenty of space to walk the dog around but they do need to be on the leash.
Angela and Michael are great hosts unobtrusive but available if needed. All in all a great find and will definitely consider staying again.
The cottage was as described on the website when we arrived and through the narrow lanes was relatively easy to find. We rang reception doorbell on arrival and were greeted by a very warm and friendly lady who showed us around the property before leaving to allow us to unpack. The conservatory/ porch was perfect for leaving shoes and muddy boots. A fantastic welcome hamper was in the kitchen full of local produce which was a nice touch. The heating was on so it was nice and warm. The cottage had plenty of room for us, and my dog settled close to the roaring fire. The weather some days wasn’t g...more