Important notice -

From Monday 11 April work will be taking place around the courtyard area; the woodwork and guttering on the visitor reception, shop and café buildings need a fresh coat of paint. Everything will be open as usual; call 01803 842382 for more info.

Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'


Things to see and do

A mother and daughter playing tennis

Early-summer family fun at Greenway 

Find out about all of the fun you and your family can have at Greenway, from trails to playing croquet and even celebrating the Fairy Queen's birthday.

Volunteers at Greenway dressed as fairies and pirates for the fairy day event

What's on 

There are exciting events coming up at Greenway; the annual celebration of the fairy Queen's birthday is on Sunday 29 May, and three outdoor theatre performances are taking place in the Walled Garden. Find out about them and all of the other events happening at Greenway.

Poet Miriam Nash, who will be writer in residence at Greenway in the summer of 2016

Writer in residence comes to Greenway 

This May poet Miriam Nash has taken up the mantle of writer-in-residence at Greenway, where she is leading events and activities to bring writing to life as part of the Writing Places programme.


Eating and shopping


Our work

Gardener Juliet preparing plants for the RHS early spring flower show

Greenway garden team going for gold 

On Saturday 12 March the Greenway garden team entered the RHS Early Spring Flower Show with a selection of flowers from the magnificent spring garden. They followed this by entering the RHS Rosemore Garden Show on 23 and 24 April. Find out how the team got on (spoiler alert: they did really, really well).

A tree surgeon removing a tree growing dangerously close to Greenway Boathouse

Conservation in action at Greenway Boathouse  

A project to restore the Boathouse has been going on over the winter months, to keep this iconic building which was the scene of the crime in 'Dead Man's Folly' at it's best. There's a bit more work to carry out this year, but already the Boathouse is looking much improved.

A pupil pulling up a carrot from the allotment at Greenway in Devon

Greenway's school allotment 

Pupils from Galmpton carry on a traditional link between Greenway and their school by tending to an allotment in the Walled Garden. Once the vegetables have been harvested, the kids come for a celebration with their parents and enjoy the fruits of their labours with a delicious dinner.



Agatha Christie and her family sat outside of their holiday home Greenway

Agatha's Greenway 

Agatha Christie was known locally by her married name, Mrs Mallowan, and her time spent at her holiday home, Greenway, was all about quality time with the family, away from the public eye.

The library at Greenway in South Devon

Greenway Library frieze 

In the Library you can’t miss Greenway’s unexpected treasure; a frieze painted during World War Two by Lt Marshall Lee, a member of the US Coastguard stationed at the house in the run up to the D Day landings.


Get involved


A group of people walking through the garden of Greenway

Bring a group 

Greenway is the perfect place to bring a group; whether you're planning a special interest tour, school trip, 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.


Places to stay



Newlyweds in the garden at Greenway

Intimate weddings at Greenway 

Celebrate your special day in style: Greenway is the perfect venue for small weddings. We offer exclusive ceremonies for up to 30 guests in the beautiful Dining Room, followed by drinks and canapés.