Killerton Killerton


Broadclyst, Exeter, EX5 3LE, United Kingdom | 01392 881345 | Website

Venue Description

A family home and a great estate. Glorious landscape garden surrounded by parkland with fine 18th-century house. Would you give away your family home for your political beliefs? Sir Richard Acland did just that with his Killerton Estate in the heart of Devon, when he gave it to the Trust in 1944. Today, you'll find a friendly Georgian house set in 2,600 hectares (6,400 acres) of working farmland, woods, parkland, cottages and orchards. There's plenty of calm space in the glorious garden, beautiful year-round with rhododendrons, magnolias, champion trees and formal lawns. You can explore winding paths, climb an extinct volcano, discover an Iron Age hill fort and take in distant views towards Dartmoor. Off the beaten track, you can discover three of Killerton's hidden gems. Nestled by the River Clyst sits Clyston Mill, a working watermill. In the heart of Broadclyst you'll find Marker's, a medieval house steeped in history, and just a stone's throw away from Killerton House is a 1950's post office with charming cottage garden.


There is Tramper (all-terrain mobility scooter) at the site. The Tramper helps people with a temporary or permanent mobility issue. It can be borrowed by people who can walk small distances for example, but could not manage the longer trails without becoming tired. Users do not have to be registered disabled to use it or have a Blue Badge.

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Part of the Heritage Ability scheme, which makes visitor attractions across the South West more accessible for disabled people and British Sign Language (BSL) users.


There is an accessible toilet in the car park loo block and a recently refurbished accessible toilet at the site of the main house. There is also one in the Dairy cafe.


Staff and volunteers have received Disability Awareness training and Deaf Awareness training, delivered by Heritage Ability.

Assistance dog facilities

Assistance dog exercise facilities

Assistance dogs can be exercised in front park and in the wider estate. Staff and volunteers can let you know where you can exercise the dogs off the lead.

Other assistance dog facilities

There are usually water bowls by the toilet block in the main visitor car park and by the side of the house.

The venue says it has...

  • Carer Discount
  • Disabled Access
  • Easy Read
  • Disabled Parking

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