Killerton National Trust House & Estate (Devon) Reviews
Description:Broadclyst / Exeter / Devon / EX5 3LE / Tel: 01392 881345. / Fine 18th-century house with costume collection, ... more
Newest Review: ... bulbs are beautiful in the spring and the trees in the autumn time. The gardens are still open in the winter when the house itself is closed. The trust also runs children's activities throughout the year in the gardens - my son particularly enjoyed the Easter egg hunt but there are also many to chose from during the summer holidays as well. The garden contains many unusual trees and plants ... more
Customer Killerton National Trust House & Estate (Devon) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/08/09 (Very useful, 87 readings)
Killerton House is an 18th century National Trust owned house and estate of 6400 acres in Broadclyst, a village just outside Exeter in Devon. The house was the ancestral home of the Acland family and the estate includes working farms and 240 cottages currently leased out by the trust and painted in a distinctive yellow, so it is very easy to distinguish which ones they are. The grounds The estate also includes 4000 acres of woodland and an 18 acre garden adjoining the house with winding paths climbing the hillside. It is a lovely place to visit for a walk, picnic and general mooch about with the family at the weekend. Its worth visiting at different ... Read the complete review
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