The Victoria Inn is situated less than a quarter of a mile from Ashburton town centre. Known as the gateway to Dartmoor, Ashburton is a vibrant Devon town which has become incredibly popular as a place to live and work, particularly over the last decade, with a significant number of families relocating to the area. This lively and historical town is nestled on the southern side of the vast Dartmoor National Park. The high street is home to many galleries, bookshops and a variety of eateries, as well as boasting lots of great antique shops. The town is situated off the busy A38 Devon Expressway, which runs between Plymouth and Exeter and then onto the M5 motorway network beyond.
The Victoria Inn is a substantial public house with an adjoining derelict cottage and large car park behind. Situated in a sought after residential area, a short stroll from Ashburton's town centre. The main property is a triple fronted, four storey, Grade II Listed terrace property, which has been extended over the years to the rear. There is also a large rear courtyard with various outhouses and adjoining the pub is a three storey derelict cottage. Over the River Ashburn is a footbridge leading to two beer garden areas and a large car park with access to North Street. The public house is currently trading on a temporary management basis.