Historic Houses in Devon
Hartland Abbey and Gardens // Hartland
12th monastery and family home of the Stucley family. The abbey contains collections of pictures, furniture and porcelain. Gardens and grounds are also open with peacocks and guinea fowl roaming free
A La Ronde // Exmouth
A La Ronde is probably unique in Britain, if not the world for having sixteen sides. In fact there are many quirky features to this 18th century country house.
Berry Pomeroy Castle // Totnes
Ruined castle situated in a picturesque valley. Consists of a 15th century gatehouse and wall surrounding a 16th century Elizabethan country house
Powderham Castle // Exeter
One of England's best known stately homes - the historic home of the Earl of Devon. Open to the public and is available for private and corporate functions, and licensed for Civil Wedding Ceremonies.
Exeter Guildhall // Exeter
The Guildhall has served as the centrepiece of Exeter's civic life for more than 800 years.