Places to stay

Take time and enjoy all that Killerton's countryside estate has to offer © Chris Lacy

Take time and enjoy all that Killerton's countryside estate has to offer

Stay a little longer

Killerton boasts wonderful views and beautiful forests. There are cottages so you can stay a little longer and enjoy a holiday at the heart of Devon.

Just a few miles from Exeter, not far from Dartmoor and Exmoor, and with a great variety of things to see and do at Killerton itself, you can unwind and enjoy your perfect holiday here.


Forest cottage

 © John Millar

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.


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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.

Mattress cottage

 © Andrew Beasley

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

 © National Trust

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.



Classical imagery on one of Killerton's Coade stone urns

If you would like more information or to book please call 0844 8002070.

You can also visit the National Trust Holiday Cottage website or email holiday cottages.

Park cottage

Killerton park cottage

Killerton park cottage

Sleeps 4

This 1920s carriage drive lodge house is on the edge of the Killerton Parkland with views towards Ashclyst forest. It allows easy access to Killerton House with its fine gardens that were created to be beautiful year round. It makes an excellent base for walkers with numerous trails in the area or as a base for exploring Devon.