Ugbrooke is set in a
tranquil Devon valley landscaped by "Capability"
Brown. It has a history covering
900 years, featuring in the Domesday book
of 1086, exhibiting a fascinating
variety of alterations made over the
Robert Adam and Capability
Brown were commissioned to remodel the
house, grounds and garden in the mid 18th
century. Outstanding Adam interior
designs and unique external features
remain, while Lady Clifford's extensive
interior design skills are apparent in
many of the rooms today.
contains many fine paintings, furniture,
beautiful needlework and a rare family
military uniform collection. But above
all, Ugbrooke remains the comfortable
home of Lord and Lady Clifford and it is
a delight and privilege to be able to
share the house's history and welcoming
Estate provides a wealth of interest,
lakeside walks and relaxing hideaways.
The Orangery is the perfect place to
enjoy a delicious meal or tea while viewing the
parterre and parkland.