Behind the door of this medieval hall-house lies a rich history.

An intriguing medieval hall house with smoke blackened timbers and a rare and intricately painted cross-passage screen.

In the heart of Broadclyst is a cob house filled with history. You can gaze up at blackened timbers and see decorative plaster work and rare 15th century depiction of St Andrew and his boat. 

A depiction of St Andrew and his cross.
A depiction of St Andrew and his cross.

The garden is filled with delights. Sit in the Millenium cob summerhouse and admire the traditional garden bursting with greenery. Have a picnic on a bench made from reclaimed wood by tenant Phil, and listen to the clucking of chickens.

The summerhouse at Marker's is the perfect spot for reflection.
Marker's summerhouse.

Marker's is waiting to be explored

Cared for by a friendly National Trust tenant, Marker's is open for visitors between 1 April - 29 October, Saturday - Wednesday, 1-5pm (last entry 4.30pm). To get there, park in Broadclyst's free village car park and follow the signs to Marker's.

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

National Trust members go free.

A depiction of St Andrew and his cross.

Behind the door of Marker's

Marker's is a medieval hall house on the Killerton estate with some intriguing features.