Historic Houses in Devon
Killerton Markers Cottage // Exeter
Medieval thatched cob cottage with painted on wooden panelled interior
Merchants House Museum // Plymouth
The largest and finest surviving example of a 16th/early 17th century residence in Plymouth. Houses museum illustrating different aspects of Plymouth's history
Greenway // Brixham
Discover Agatha Christie's beloved holiday home on the banks of the River Dart.
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.
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.
Saltram // Plymouth
Situated high above the river Plym near Plymouth is the Georgian mansion of Saltram.
Cadhay // Ottery St Mary
The historic manor house and estate at Cadhay dates back to pre-medieval times, although most of the current house is Elizabethan.
Buckland Abbey // Yelverton
This fine medieval house near Yelverton was once (as the name suggests) an abbey. Originally settled by Cistercian monks, the abbey and its estate were founded in 1278.