The shop at Castle Drogo

Felted animal decorations

Our shop and plants centre is open daily 11am - 3pm with the exception of the 24, 25, 26 December. For the safety of staff and visitors we've introduced social distancing measures and changes to payment, which will be via card only. In line with government guidance visitors to our shop are required to wear a face covering. Please bring one along with you. It is through your purchases that we are able to continue to look after Castle Drogo for everyone, for ever.

Our shop is open 11am till 3pm daily, with the exception of 24, 25, 26 December. There is a one way system in place and face coverings are required to be worn. 

Drogo Sale

From the 23rd December come and grab a bargain in our Christmas sale. 

Gifts for the home

Brighten up the home with our range of products including rugs, blankets, cushions, kitchen accessories and much more. For something a little different, take a look at ceramics on sale from nearby Spreyton Pottery.

Something sweet

The shop has a great selection of locally produced jams and chutneys. Or there are traditional hard boiled sweets, chocolates and fudge.

Uncover Drogo’s secrets

There’s so much more to discover about Castle Drogo. Pick up our guidebook to delve into the extraordinary history of Drogo, from Julius Drewe’s vision to build his own ancestral home through to the present day.

You can learn more about the genius designer behind Castle Drogo with a book or DVD about Edwin Lutyens, one of the greatest architects of the 20th century.

There are many books in the Castle Drogo shop about Sir Edwin Lutyens.
The Castle Drogo shop sells books about Sir Edwin Lutyens.
There are many books in the Castle Drogo shop about Sir Edwin Lutyens.


After a wander around the garden why not stretch your legs walking around the majestic Teign Gorge? There are OS maps, books and everything you'd need to go for a walk.

Plant centre

Wander through the vibrant plants and pick up something for your garden or find the perfect gift for a green-fingered friend. We source several of the plants from Lanhydrock nurseries in Cornwall.