£9 – Entry for 2 to Grade II-listed Devon gardens, save 53%
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.
- 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
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
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Please note that the house tour element of the deal has now sold out.
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