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Andrew’s guidebook

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Andrew’s guidebook

Sightseeing
Killerton is an 18th-century house in Broadclyst, Exeter, Devon, England, which, with its hillside garden and estate, has been owned by the National Trust since 1944 and is open to the public. The National Trust displays the house as a comfortable home. On display in the house is a collection of 18th- to 20th-century costumes, originally known as the Paulise de Bush collection, shown in period rooms. The estate covers some 2590 hectares (25.9 km2, 6400 acres). Included in the Estate is a steep wooded hillside with the remains of an Iron Age Hill fort on top of it, also known as Dolbury which has also yielded evidence of Roman occupation, thought to be a possible fort or marching camp within the Hill fort. Killerton House itself and the Bear's Hut summerhouse in the grounds are Grade II listed buildings. The gardens are Grade II listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.
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Killerton House
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With acres of glorious garden and park, surrounding a spectacular Gothic Revival house, Knightshayes is the complete country gentleman's dream. The house is a rare example of the work of William Burges, whose lavish designs have always inspired extremes of opinion. Full of quirks and curiosities, it is a house of many faces. The formal and woodland garden is one of the finest and most varied plant collections in the country. With over 1200 plant species unique to Knightshayes and an ever changing display, it’s always worth a visit, as is the walled kitchen garden, brimming with seasonal produce for the Stables Café. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/knightshayes
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Knightshayes Gardens National Trust
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With acres of glorious garden and park, surrounding a spectacular Gothic Revival house, Knightshayes is the complete country gentleman's dream. The house is a rare example of the work of William Burges, whose lavish designs have always inspired extremes of opinion. Full of quirks and curiosities, it is a house of many faces. The formal and woodland garden is one of the finest and most varied plant collections in the country. With over 1200 plant species unique to Knightshayes and an ever changing display, it’s always worth a visit, as is the walled kitchen garden, brimming with seasonal produce for the Stables Café. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/knightshayes
Nearest Town.
The local town of Cullompton is just under 2 miles from Bradninch. It includes multiple restaurants, cafes, two supermarkets, fuel stations and links directly onto the M5 Motorway.
Cullompton
The local town of Cullompton is just under 2 miles from Bradninch. It includes multiple restaurants, cafes, two supermarkets, fuel stations and links directly onto the M5 Motorway.
Food Scene
Local pub on the outskirts of Bradninch, 1 mile from the property.
The Merry Harriers
Local pub on the outskirts of Bradninch, 1 mile from the property.
Noor Sitara Indian Restaurant & Takeaway
12 Higher St
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The Bakehouse
3 High St
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The Weary Traveller lies just 100 yards from Junction 28 of the M5 Motorway, at the edge of the market town of Cullompton. The Weary Traveller is a traditional pub with a friendly, pleasant atmosphere where country cooking is available daily at affordable prices, plus a nice selection of wines and beers.
The Weary Traveller
The Weary Traveller lies just 100 yards from Junction 28 of the M5 Motorway, at the edge of the market town of Cullompton. The Weary Traveller is a traditional pub with a friendly, pleasant atmosphere where country cooking is available daily at affordable prices, plus a nice selection of wines and beers.
Located in the sleepy village of Clyst Hydon, The Five Bells Inn is a beautiful thatched farmhouse offering award-winning fine dining mixed with traditional pub classics. Home of Devon’s ‘Best Sunday Roast’, the pub is located 11 miles from Exeter and has a cosy atmosphere with real ales, Devon ciders and locally produced food. We are extremely proud to be one of the UK’s ‘Top 50 Gastropubs’ for 2020 and always strive to produce a high level of beautiful food backed up by award-winning customer service.
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The Five Bells Inn
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Located in the sleepy village of Clyst Hydon, The Five Bells Inn is a beautiful thatched farmhouse offering award-winning fine dining mixed with traditional pub classics. Home of Devon’s ‘Best Sunday Roast’, the pub is located 11 miles from Exeter and has a cosy atmosphere with real ales, Devon ciders and locally produced food. We are extremely proud to be one of the UK’s ‘Top 50 Gastropubs’ for 2020 and always strive to produce a high level of beautiful food backed up by award-winning customer service.