Killerton's holiday cottages

We have five self-catering holiday cottages dotted around the vast estate. Whether you're after a short break or a longer stay, the cottages are a real home from home, nestled in rolling countryside and forest. There's plenty to keep you occupied on the estate, or you're perfectly placed to explore Devon.

Park Cottage on the Killerton estate

Park Cottage

This lovely 1920s carriage drive lodge is nestled in Killerton's parkland and has views towards Ashclyst Forest. It's a stones throw from the house, renowned garden and chapel. A great spot for walkers and families. Sleeps 4.

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Forest Cottage

Tucked away in Ashclyst Forest, you'll find a secluded retreat. Ashclyst is the largest forest in East Devon and is a haven for wildlife. The cottage is semi-detached, part-thatched and spacious, with its own large garden to the front and rear. Sleeps 6.

The master bedroom at Longmeadow Cottage

Longmeadow Cottage

You'll find Longmeadow on the outskirts of the Killerton estate, not far from the village of Broadclyst. The thatched row of three adjoining places together form Mooredge Cottages. Many original features are intact, including open-beam ceilings, inglenook fireplaces and latticed windows. There's also a large shared garden. Sleeps 4.

The dining room at Mattress Cottage

Mattress Cottage

Mattress Cottage is on the outskirts of the Killerton estate, not far from the village of Broadclyst. One of three adjoining places that form Mooredge Cottages. Sleeps 5.

The snug sitting room at Broad Lay Cottage

Broad Ley Cottage

You'll find Broad Ley on the outskirts of the Killerton estate, not far from the village of Broadclyst. One of three adjoining places that form Mooredge Cottages. Sleeps 6.

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