Places to stay
Stay a little longer
Just a few miles from Exeter lies the 6.400 acre Killerton estate. With plenty to see and do for everybody, stay a little longer in one of our cottages to unwind.
Discover far-reaching views, the homely Georgian mansion and a year-round hillside garden. Walk, run or cycle through miles of countryside paths, go further afield to our smaller properties or nearby Exmoor and Dartmoor.
Enjoy an unforgettable holiday in the heart of Devon.
Sleeps 6 and cot
Forest Cottage lies in the heart of Ashclyst forest. A semi-detached, partly thatched building with its own large garden, home to an ancient apple tree. This is a magical and secluded spot, with many footpaths and historic forest all around, and it's a haven for wildlife.
Sleeps 4 and cot
One of three adjoining cottages close to the village of Broadclyst. A thatched building, the cottage is a fine example of a traditional Devon home. Includes a solid fuel stove and baker’s oven.
Sleeps 5 and cot
The central cottage in the adjoining three. Mattress cottage is the oldest part of the farm house and has a 15th-century oak screen and a spiral staircase.
Broad Ley cottage
Sleeps 6 and cot
One of the three adjoining cottages near Broadclyst. Broad Ley cottage is a thatched traditional building with a large garden, beautiful beams and an inglenook fireplace.
This 1920s carriage drive lodge house is on the edge of Killerton's parkland with views towards Ashclyst forest. It allows easy access to the House with its beautiful year-round gardens. It's an excellent base for walkers with many trails in the area or to use as a base for exploring Devon.