Coleton Fishacre

Important notice -

The house and garden at Coleton Fishacre are open on weekends throughout November and December. You do not need to book your visit in advance.

A 1920s country retreat complete with luxuriant garden by the sea

Coleton Fishacre

What's on 

Christmas at Coleton Fishacre

Planning your next visit

Coleton Fishacre

Eating and shopping

Two mirrors against a brick wall with some plants next to them

Treat yourself 

Looking for the perfect gift or perhaps you're in need of some retail therapy? You can browse our full range via our online shop. Your purchases and support enable us to continue to care for the nature, beauty and history we all miss.

Coleton Fishacre

History

The D'Oyly Carte family and friends enjoying their tidal pool at Pudcombe Cove

The people of Coleton Fishacre 

Rupert D'Oyly Carte and Lady Dorothy chose the location for their country home while they were sailing. Find out about the the people who built and shaped Coleton Fishacre house and garden.

Coleton Fishacre

Our work

Images from 'A Portrait of the National Trust'

125 Portraits online exhibition 

Explore our online photography exhibition showcasing portraits from our new book 'A Portrait of the National Trust: 125 stories for 125 years’. It's part of our 125th anniversary celebrations. Come face to face with some of the extraordinary people who support our cause through the dramatic black and white portraits and discover the stories behind the images.

Coleton Fishacre

Wildlife

Coleton Fishacre

Places to stay

Coleton Fishacre

Join or give

National Trust Rangers tackling scrub

Volunteering in the English Riviera 

There are lots of different ways to volunteer at the four places in the English Riviera: Bradley, Coleton Fishacre, Compton Castle and Greenway. Find out about the different volunteer roles at these places and how you can get involved.