Castles monuments in Exeter & East Devon
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Castles & Ancient Monuments in Exeter & East Devon

Heritage sites also including Battlefield sites, Historic Landmarks & Roman Forts in Exeter & East Devon...

Exeter & East Devon Ancient Monuments, Castles, Roman Forts, Battlefield Sites, etc

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Drewsteignton, Exeter, Devon, EX6 6PB
This granite castle, built between 1910 and 1930 for the self-made millionaire Julius Drewe, is one of the most remarkable works of Sir Edwin Lutyens.

Perched on a moorland spur above the River Teign, it commands spectacular views of Dartmoor. Now underway, a major 5 year restoration project to make it watertight. With access to unseen areas of the house, with its contents displayed in a different way There is a delightful formal garden with roses and herbaceous borders, as well as spring flowers and many fine walks on the estate. Opening times can be found on the website.
Book Online buttonTel: 01647 433306    Fax: 01647 433186
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Clyston Mill - Killerton

Broadclyst, Exeter, EX5 3EW
Tel: 01392 462425     Fax: 01934 845100

Clyston Mill Photo  Martin Bodman
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Water-powered grain mill in working order.

Believed to date from the early 19th century, this watermill is in an idyllic setting.

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The Old Bakery, Manor Mill & Forge - Branscombe

Branscombe, Seaton, EX12 3DB
Old Bakery Tenant: 01297 680333     Manor Mill Regional office: 01392 881691
Forge Tenant: 01297 680481     E-mail:

Water Wheel Manor Mill Photo  Richard Thomson
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Charming vernacular buildings with mill and forge restored to working order.

The Old Bakery is a stone-built and partially rendered building beneath thatch, which at the time of its closure as a business in 1987 was the last traditional working bakery in Devon.

The old baking equipment has been preserved in the baking room and the rest of the building now serves as a tea-room.

The water-powered Manor Mill probably supplied the flour for the bakery.

The forge is open daily and the blacksmith sells the ironwork he produces.

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Tiverton Castle

Park Hill, Tiverton, Devon, EX16 6RP
Tel: 01884 255200    Fax: 01884 254200

Few buildings evoke such an immediate feeling of history as Tiverton Castle. Originally built in 1106 by order of Henry I, it was rebuilt and enlarged in the 13th century, and with changes and additions down the centuries nowadays all ages of architecture from medieval to modern can be seen. Once home of the powerful medieval Earls of Devon and a Plantagenet Princess, and besieged by Fairfax during the English Civil War, the Castle has witnessed extremes of peace and turbulence. The furnishings and exhibits reflect the colourful history and development. Superb holiday accommodation. Licensed for Civil Weddings. Beautiful gardens.

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