Budlake Old Post Office

Budlake Old Post Office is filled with vintage items and curiosities.

Discover a mid-20th century time capsule, filled with commemorative tins, haberdashery and boiled sweets in screw top jars.

Just a stones throw away from Killeton house, you'll find a postcard perfect 19th century cottage which once housed a Post Office serving local residents.

Inside, you can gaze upon shelves of vintage items, use a Bakelite telephone and take home a quarter of traditional sweets in a paper bag.

Traditional sweets to tempt you on your visit to Budlake Old Post Office.
Traditional sweets to tempt you on your visit to Budlake Old Post Office.

You can wander around a charming garden bursting with traditional flowers, lovingly cared for by volunteers. There's a vegetable plot too, which once played a vital role in the 'Dig for Victory' campaign. Why not picnic in the garden whilst you're there?

A view from the cottage garden towards Budlake Post Office
A view of Budlake Post Office at Killerton, Devon

Budlake Old Post Office is waiting to be explored.

Cared for by a friendly National Trust tenant, Budlake Old Post Office is open for visitors between 1 April - 29 October, Saturday - Wednesday, 1-5pm (last entry is 4.30pm). Just a short walk or cycle from Killerton's main visitor car park.

Adult £5.50, child £2.75, family £13.75.

National Trust members free.

Shelves at Budlake are filled with curiosities

Be transported at Budlake Old Post Office

Step inside a 1950s time capsule with charming cottage garden.