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Great Bidlake Manor

A sixteenth-century Devonshire manor house with earlier origins, extensively restored in the mid-nineteenth century.

Bridestowe, Devon, EX20 4NT

Great Bidlake Manor

Creating family memories for 750 years!

Great Bidlake Manor is an outstanding, Grade II* listed manor house on the edge of the Dartmoor. It has been the ancestral home of the Bidlake family since 1268 and was rebuilt around 1594 in the Elizabethan style.

The manor is surrounded by gardens, woodland, ponds and paddocks with uninterrupted views over rolling Devon countryside. It is a luxury holiday home that combines modern comforts with historic beauty. It sleeps up to 13 in six ensuite bedrooms.

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