- Accessible loos
- Accessible parking
- Free parking
- Picnic area
Ugbrooke House is a Grade I listed stately home nestled in the quintessential rolling green hills of south Devon.
It has a fascinating history covering 900 years, originally featuring in the Domesday book of 1086, and today it remains the private home of the Clifford family. The Honourable Alexander Clifford and his wife live in the main house, but each summer, they open the doors to their house and garden to allow visitors a sneak peek into their family home.
Visitors can take one of three daily guided tours through the house to learn more about the family, as well as view priceless tapestries, furniture and military artefacts And no visit to a Devon stately home would be complete without a Devon cream tea! The Orangery serves scones, homemade cakes and more substantial lunches with hot drinks and alcoholic refreshments so you can take a moment to enjoy the formal gardens.
Please note: The information on the Historic Houses website is advisory, but please always check the website of the house or garden you intend to visit before travelling.
12 June to 27 July. Mondays to Thursdays, 12pm to 3.30pm.
Guided tours at 12.30pm and 2.15pm
Interior viewing is by guided tour only.
Historic Houses members visit for free.
House & Gardens:
Adult – £17
Children (5-15yrs) – £8
Adult – £10
Concession – £7
Children (5-15yrs) – Free with each Fee paying adult (max 3 children per adult)
Private guided tours outside of public opening times can be arranged by contacting the estate office on 01626 852179 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For groups we request a minimum of 20, however please contact us even if if your group is not likely to number 20 as we are keen to accommodate visitors when possible. A private tour allows you to really delve into the history and stories of the Clifford family and of Ugbrooke House itself. Private tour options include refreshments, select a simple tea & biscuits tour, a cream tea, a sandwich style light lunch or full buffet with a glass or two of carefully selected matching wine.
Should you be a smaller group and have a particular interest in one aspect of the house or its history, please do not hesitate to contact us to see if we can arrange an exclusive option to accommodate your needs.
Chudleigh, Devon, TQ13 0AD
Easily accessibly via the A380 or the A38 between Exeter and Newton Abbot, about 20 minutes south of the M5.
Newton Abbot train station is on the direct Great Western Railway (GWR) line from London, and is approximately 10 minutes from the house.
National Express buses travel on the A380 from Exeter to Newton Abbot, with the nearest stop 10 minutes walk to the house.
Images: ©Ugbrooke House by Camilla Arnhold Photography
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