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£9 – Entry for 2 to Grade II-listed Devon gardens, save 53%

Ugbrooke House and Gardens
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Why We Love This Deal

Ugbrooke House and Gardens in Devon dates back over 900 years and features in the Domesday Book. You and a friend can now visit the Grade II-listed gardens for £4.50 a head, or get a tour of the Grade I-listed house with a cream tea for £15.

What's Included

  • Entry for two adults (age 16+) to Ugbrooke gardens, plus a pot of tea each
  • A child ticket (aged 5-15) is £3.50
  • Alternatively, you can get entry for two adults to the gardens, plus a tour of Ugbrooke House and a cream tea, for £15; a child ticket is £4.50
  • Valid 12-5:30pm Sunday-Wednesday until 28 August; last entry is 4pm
  • House tours take place 1pm and 2:45pm, and last approximately 75 minutes

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"Had to queue for half an hour to get in. 20 people queuing. People complaining before entry gives a negative feeling. House tour was very good and informative. Travelzoo voucher was good value."
Helen
20 Aug, 2019 - Crewkerne, UK
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Why We Love It

  • You will save 53% on the regular cost
  • The estate is privately owned by the Clifford family, who have occupied the house for over 400 years
  • The garden was redesigned by Capability Brown in 1761, when he turned it into a "gently rolling landscape" (The AA), with two large lakes, a lavender parterre and Chusan palms
  • During the redesign, Scottish architect Robert Adam worked on the house to create a castle-like style which features open balconies, marble columns, painted panels and elaborate décor -- you can add a tour of the house for an extra £3 a head
  • Ugbrooke House and Gardens is popular locally -- 92% of TripAdvisor reviewers have rated it Very Good or Excellent
Not available on 11 August. The regular value stated above is based on the maximum combined cost of the items included in this experience at the time of publication (1 August, 2019). Subject to availability. Vouchers are limited and may therefore sell out at any time.Any additional items ordered will be charged at their full value. Tea and cream tea is served in The Orangery Tearooms -- opening times are 12-4:45pm. Photography is not permitted inside the House. The gardens are wheelchair accessible however mobility scooters cannot be accommodated in the house. Dogs are permitted in the gardens but must be kept on a lead at all times. Dogs are not permitted in the house (except guide dogs). House tours hold up to 30 people and there is usually availability, however if you wish to secure your place for a certain time please call 01626 852179.

Must be used in one visit. No limit to the number of vouchers that can be purchased per person or as gifts. Cannot be combined with any other offer. No cash value or cash back. The photos displayed are for illustration purposes only and may not be an exact representation of the package. If you experience any difficulties booking, please contact our Customer Service team for assistance at support_uk@travelzoo.com.

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£9 £19.40

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When You Can Go

Sun-Wed until 28 Aug

Update

10:32am, 8 August, 2019

Please note that the house tour element of the deal has now sold out.

How to Book

Click "Continue" to purchase your voucher(s). There is no need to book, simply hand in your printed voucher upon arrival.

Have a Question? Contact Travelzoo.

Customer Service available Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm

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(19 Member Ratings)
Ratings & reviews reflect verified member feedback for Ugbrooke House and Gardens over the past 15 months.
4.7 Quality of Service
4.6 Quality of Activity
4.7 Value for the Money
4.9 Ease of Booking
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Enjoyed Most
Had to queue for half an hour to get in. 20 people queuing. People complaining before entry gives a negative feeling. House tour was very good and informative. Travelzoo voucher was good value.
Helen 20 Aug, 2019 Crewkerne, UK
Enjoyed Most
Enjoyed the house and lakeside walk
Other Comments
Cream tea? - One tiny scone! Very small portion. Half the size you would get at a Nat Trust cafe. Would not be pleased if I had had to pay their price for a cream tea.
Keith 17 Aug, 2019 Dorchester, UK
Enjoyed Most
Enjoyable
Other Comments
Wonderful trees
Christine 17 Aug, 2019 Hinton Saint George, UK
Enjoyed Most
Very informative tour. Cream tea comprised of one very small scone, two would have left a better impression.
susan 16 Aug, 2019 Plymouth, UK
Enjoyed Most
Nice clean place. But gardens did not have much so see. Food was very nice and staff most helpful. Hours were very restrictive and no time to see the lake. In all, pleasant enough but would not visit again.
Other Comments
Okay to see once
Mr Vrajlal 16 Aug, 2019 TORQUAY, UK
Enjoyed Most
excellent guides
Other Comments
excellent to visit a home as well as house and gardens. Interesting history
ROY 15 Aug, 2019 Dorset, UK
Enjoyed Most
Lovely gardens, guided tour very informative. Great day out!
Steve 14 Aug, 2019 Exeter, UK
Enjoyed Most
Lovely afternoon out, lovely gardens and beautiful house. We found it a bit of a race to have our Cream Tea after the afternoon tour of the house because the cafe closed at 4.45 and our tour finished at 4.30.
SHAUN 14 Aug, 2019 WEYMOUTH, UK
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We were a group of 4 adults, and this was a first visit for us all. We had a quick lunch in The Orangery before our booked house tour at 1.00pm. Lunch was excellent value. We thoroughly enjoyed the house tour and hearing about the history of Ugbrooke House and the Clifford family. We had 2 guides who took it in turns to tell us about each room we were in and they were both very good and kept us entertained with anecdotes as well as the history. Afterwards we walked around the main gardens before enjoying our included cream tea in The Orangery, which was delicious. All in all a very enjoyable day.
Karin 14 Aug, 2019 Ottery Saint Mary, UK
Enjoyed Most
The tour guides were excellent and the tour was very interesting. The group was the maximum size 30 people. Would have been even better with a smaller group.
Other Comments
We were extremely glad we had booked out tour as other people in the 'check in' queue were told the 2 tours that day were fully booked and there was no space for them. The check in process was very slow, at least 20 minutes in quite a short queue.
Alison 09 Aug, 2019 Crediton, UK

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