Houses and buildings in Devon
Discover the grand houses and curious family homes across Devon. Step inside and find things to inspire and entertain all the family, whatever the weather.
Feast your eyes on Robert Adam’s neo-classical saloon at Saltram, lose yourself in the stories in the Chinese wallpaper and wonder at the sheer volume of books in the library.
This 19th-century manor house, full of quirks and curiosities, is a rare example of the work of William Burges. His lavish designs have always inspired extremes of opinion.
Explore the country house residence of Sir Francis Acland, 14th Baronet, home of the Acland family from the late 17th century.
The 1920s country home of the D’Oyly Carte family where Art Deco features, sea views and light and airy designs create an intimate atmosphere.
Step inside the holiday home of Agatha Christie and her family. Find out more about the rooms used by the family and the treasures they collected.
Discover an unexpected jewel on the edge of Exmoor, a complete family estate held by the Chichester family for over 500 years.
A few times a year the house is opened for pre-booked guided tours. These reveal the rich and varied history of the house and residents.
Explore the interior of the last castle to be built in England and discover its precious treasures and family stories.
Part museum and part house, the abbey is filled with treasures. Step inside the medieval Great Barn: a tithe barn which is unchanged since it was built centuries ago.
The last working water-powered forge in England. Explore this fascinating example of Victorian engineering.
Discover the historical features of Loughwood Meeting House, one of Britain's earliest surviving Baptist meeting houses, as well as what to see and do in the surrounding area.