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Ugbrooke Park, Chudleigh, Devon

Ugbrooke Park

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Beautiful scenery, quiet parkland, rolling hills and valleys in the heart of Devon. Ugbrooke House and Church built c1200, redesigned by Robert Adam. Home of the Cliffords of Chudleigh since 1564. Landscaped park by Capability Brown, with lakes, majestic trees, views to Dartmoor. House contains fine furniture, paintings, embroideries, porcelain and military collection. Guided tours relate tales of Clifford Castles, Shakespeare's 'Black Clifford', The Secret Treaty, Lady Anne Clifford who defied Cromwell, tales of intrigue, espionage and bravery. Exclusive dinner parties, corporate events and presentation. Private party visits April - September and public opening dates as shown below.


Months Open: 11 July - 9 Sept incl.: Tues, Wed, Thurs, Sun; 12.30pm-5.30pm
Admission Price: Adults: 7.50
Children: 5.00
Catering: Tearoom

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