Cadhay house and garden open to the public
Cadhay house and garden, located a short distance from Ottery St Mary in East Devon, is open every Friday afternoon from May through to September. In addition, during the late Spring and the Summer Bank Holidays it is open on Saturday, Sunday and Monday afternoons.
Guided tours of the house recount its history dating back to the early 15th century. Visitors will see the Long Gallery, the Roof Chamber with its Elizabethan timbered roof, and the Court of the Sovereigns, described by Simon Jenkins as one of the “treasures of Devon”.
Visitors are also invited to explore the garden and allotments. In fact more and more people are coming to just visit the gardens which are an oasis of calm and tranquility and change dramatically as the season progresses.
The Tea Room, offering delicious homemade cakes, light refreshments and Devon cream teas, is open at the same time as the house and garden.
Opening times are between 2pm and 5.30pm (last house tour 4.00pm) every Friday from May to September. We are also open for Late Spring and August Bank Holidays Saturday, Sunday & Monday.
Cadhay is a member of the Historic Houses Association.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or
telephone 01404 813511 for further details.
Guided Tours for the house and gardens Adults £7 Children £3 (last house tour 4.00pm)
Gardens only Adults £3 Children £1
Season ticket for gardens £10 per person or £18 per couple for unlimited use, anyopen day May-Sept
Groups are very welcome by prior arrangement - £6 per person for 20+ visitors