Killerton House

11:26 15 April 2010

Owned by the National Trust, this lovely venue is situated just off the Exeter to Cullompton Road.

There are delightful gardens, and the fascinating 18th century house features superb costume collections. There is also a tea-room and restaurant, plus plant and gift shop.

Tel: (01392) 881345.

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