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Information 2014

  PUBLIC OPENING

  PRIVATE TOURS

Season 2nd Sunday in July to the last Thursday in
September (13 July - 25 September 2014)
April 1 to September 30
Days Sun, Tues, Wed & Thurs + August Bank Holiday Mon Monday to Friday
Times
Grounds:
Last Entry
Gates Close
 

12:30 - 5:30pm
4:30pm
5.30pm

Guided tours of house  

1:30 & 3:15pm

Orangery Tearooms   12:30 - 4:45pm
All times, but NOT when open to the public
(see left)

Prices
(2014)

Tour of House & Garden
Concessions
Gardens only
  £8.80
£7.80 (Child £6)
£6.50 (Child £5)
For groups of 20 or over only:
Contact us at the estate office
01626 852179
 

Public Opening

Ugbrooke House is open to the general public from the Sunday mid-July to late September, on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons from 12.30pm to 5.30pm (dates as above). Last entry - 4.30pm; gates close 5.30pm. Guided tours of the house commence at 1.30pm and 3.15pm. The Orangery Tearooms provide delicious, locally produced cream teas (scones and cakes from ‘Cakes of Solace’) and light lunches of salads and locally made quiches from 12.30pm to 4.45pm.

Dogs are not admitted to the House (except guide dogs), and must be kept on a lead at all times in the Grounds.

Private Tours

Ugbrooke House is available to clubs, groups and other organisations for privately arranged tours of groups of more than 20 visitors between April to September. Guided Tours are presented by staff who are both experienced in and knowledgeable and passionate about Ugbrooke. Tours can be preceded by lunch and/or followed by Devon cream teas.

 

Charitable Events

A number of charities, supported by Lord and Lady Clifford, regularly hold fund raising events at Ugbrooke House.

The chapel can accommodate an audience of up to 120.

Sporting Events

The grounds are used for a variety of events; Ugbrooke has superb shooting facilities. Fishing takes place around the Estate via the Lower Teign Fishing Association and Newton Abbot Fishing Association. The trout lakes in front of the house are for private use only.


 

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