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What a lovely house and garden to visit

We visited Ugbrooke using our Historic Houses cards so entry to the house and gardens was free... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2018
Ivybridge, United Kingdom
Rewarding visit

The guides were very good, especially Clive. Got somewhat confused with all the paintings and who... read more

Reviewed 29 August 2018
Hetti W
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Reviewed 30 August 2018

We visited Ugbrooke using our Historic Houses cards so entry to the house and gardens was free. Normally it is £10.50 for adults, £9.00 for seniors and £5.00 for children aged 5 to 15. You can just visit the gardens for £7.00, £6.00 and £4.00...More

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Reviewed 29 August 2018

The guides were very good, especially Clive. Got somewhat confused with all the paintings and who did what, where and when. Was it the 9th Lord Clifford or the 10th, possibly the 6th? I would have preferred more information on the house itself. When was...More

Thank Hetti W
Reviewed 10 August 2018

Ugbrooke House near Chudleigh is a really interesting building with several hundred years of good old English history as experienced by the Clifford family. Our experience of this visit was great from the word go. Booked our visit inline and requested disabled parking slot. -...More

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Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

The house has some excellent portraits, furniture and textiles, and the family history is interesting. The only way to view the house is on a guided tour, and we were unable to look at some cabinets of what appeared to be very interesting small antiques,...More

Thank peppercat100
Reviewed 10 August 2018

We visited Ugbrooke House on Tuesday and could not believe how, having lived in the area for many years,had not discovered this hidden gem of a place before. With the house interior designed by Robert Adams and the grounds by Capability Brown it truly is...More

Thank lin w
Reviewed 25 July 2018 via mobile

If you want a fascinating day out do visit this house and gardens. Make sure to take a House guided tour, the guides are marvellous and make the history of the House and the Clifford family so interesting. Remodelled by Robert Adam. The Orangery tea...More

Thank Dereck F
Reviewed 3 July 2018 via mobile

Lovely gardens and lakeside walk. Guided tour of the house very informative and revealing given by enthusiastic team. Tea rooms could offer a wider choice; jacket potatoes, paninis etc. but a nice savoury cream tea was enjoyed .

Thank Julian L
Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

Visited ugbrooke yesterday what an amazing place guides where very knowledgeable and the orangerie food was suberb would highly recommend for a day out beautiful gardens and parkland stunning house well done to everybody for making this a great place to visit and enjoy

1  Thank Aconnichie
Reviewed 19 June 2018

Home of the Clifford family which they have lovingly restored. The chapel is a surprise you come across that is stunning. Take a walk around the lake and see if you can manage to count all the ducks!

1  Thank genie321
Reviewed 18 June 2018

The owners seem to like to delete negative reviews on other websites. The people of neighbouring towns and villages are still awaiting an apology from Ugbrooke House for allowing a "private function" to play excessively loud dance music for almost an entire week into the...More

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Response from Peter W | Reviewed this property |
There were plenty of dogs in the grounds but not in the house