Coleton Fishacre

Important notice -

From Monday 11 April work will be taking place on the visitor reception, shop and café buildings and the exterior of the house. Everything will be open as usual; see the 'our work' section further down the page or call 01803 842382 for more info.

A 1920s country retreat complete with luxuriant garden by the sea

Coleton Fishacre

Things to see and do

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What's on 

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Eating and shopping

Visitors seated outside of Coleton Fishacre cafe

Eating at Coleton Fishacre 

Tuck into tasty food in the café at Coleton Fishacre. With freshly prepared food delivered to your table, and delicious cakes to tempt you, it's clear to see why Café Coleton is award winning.

Items for sale in Coleton Fishacre shop

Shopping at Coleton Fishacre 

The goodies for sale in the shop are inspired by the Art Deco style of the house, and the glorious gardens. The perfect place to pick up a gift (or a little something for yourself).

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The house surrounded by spring flowers

A wildlife haven in Coleton Fishacre garden 

Find out about the different areas in the garden where wildlife thrive, from woodland to ponds and streams.

Primroses flowering at Kellys Cove in South Devon

Spring in the countryside  

Coleton Fishacre is nestled on a rugged stretch of coast land which is cared for by the National Trust rangers. They have filled us in on the best places to see wildlife in the nearby countryside this spring.

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Get involved


A coach party arriving at Coleton Fishacre

Bring a group 

Coleton Fishacre is the perfect place to bring a group; whether you're organising a coach party, school group, or are just looking for somewhere to go with a large group of friends. Our group bookings coordinator will be happy to help arrange your visit.

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Places to stay

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Our work

Coleton Fishacre house

A bit of TLC for Coleton Fishacre 

From Monday 11 April there will be scaffolding around some of the house and the shop, café and visitor reception buildings, while they all get some TLC. The work should take between four to six weeks to complete (depending on the weather) and includes staining the window frames and repainting areas that are looking a little shabby.

The servants' dining room at Coleton Fishacre near Kingswear in Devon

Opening closed doors at Coleton Fishacre 

A two year project took place to restore the servants' areas of Coleton Fishacre. Find out all about the project which became known as Opening Closed Doors, and what was restored.