Places nearby

Flour is ground at Clyston Mill for the Killerton Kitchen restaurant © M Jarvis

Flour is ground at Clyston Mill for the Killerton Kitchen restaurant

Killerton is just the beginning

Killerton has three picturesque, historic sites dotted about its 6,500-acre estate. These small and intimate places are not to be missed, so why not include them next time you visit?

Clyston Mill

This historic water powered corn mill is set in a picturesque riverside setting. Corn is still ground here to make flour. Located in the village of Broadclyst, park in the village car park and follow the signs.

Open Saturday - Wednesday, 1-5pm.

Adult £4.20, child £2.10, National Trust members are free.  

Budlake Post Office

The Old Post Office served the community of Budlake until the 1950s

This thatched cottage was the village post office until the 1950s. See the cottage garden including rose borders, herb and vegetable plots. Just a short walk along the footpath starting opposite Killerton's main drive.

Open Saturday - Wednesday, 1-5pm.

Adult £4.20, child £2.10, National Trust members are free.  

Marker's

Enter the parlour to see the muntin screen with 15th-century paintings

An intriguing medieval cob cottage with thatched roof, smoke-blackened timbers and a rare painted cross-passage screen showing St Andrew. In the village of Broadclyst, park in the village car park and follow the signs.

Open Saturday - Wednesday, 1-5pm.

Adult £4.20, child £2.10, National Trust members are free.

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