The nearby Ancient Stannary Town of Ashburton has a wealth of individual and interesting shops and places of interest. When you are finally weary from all the shopping, Ashburton has had a reputation for its pubs, inns and coaching houses for hundreds of years. Many of the pubs and inns still exist today so you will have no trouble in finding a good place to quench your thirst or have a bite to eat, leaving you ready to carry on.
Ashburton Fish Deli
01364 654 833
Enjoy wonderful fish, fresh off the boats that day, delicious olives and oils and very pretty china.
Ella Artisan Bakery
You’ll find delicious freshly baked bread, cakes and pastries. Be warned however, this is not a shop for those watching their figure. It’s best to visit earlier in the day as the shop closes when its stock has sold out for the day.
The Deli sells a mouthwatering range of homemade and locally sourced foods including lovely cheeses and soups. They also have a good selection of homemade cakes.
Tess Designs & Boutique
Clothing and accessories for every occasion..
Established over 100 years ago, Church’s is a traditional hardware store offering a wide range of ironmongery, tools, kitchen picnic and home wares, plumbing and electrical fittings, seeds and gardening equipment, camping supplies and more.
Newspapers, magazines and confectionary.
0845 600 2311
Delivery service of fresh organic vegetable boxes.
The Cider Press
01803 212 338
Comprises of a Visitor Centre, fifteen shops, restaurants and workshops all set in a Village atmosphere. Well worth a visit.