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Ugbrooke House is a hidden treasure set in a romantic valley near Shaldon, Devon. The castellated Manor House sits foursquare and strong in the centre of the Capability Brown Parkland. Remodelled by Robert Adam in the 1760s, the house has a magnificently restored interior. Highlights include the fabulous Norfolk Room with its 18th Century embroideries; a rare family collection of Military memorabilia; and the stunning Catholic Chapel.
Experienced tour guides will thrill visitors with British History; tales of espionage, intrigue and a secret treaty all played out within the Clifford family ancestry.
There are lakeside walks as well as formal gardens including a maze, fernery and lavender parterre. Delicious cream teas and light lunches are served in the Orangery overlooking the tranquil lavender and rose garden.
Wedding Receptions and Corporate Events
Ugbrooke can also be hired for Wedding Receptions with the house and garden providing a wonderfully romantic setting for your reception.
The tranquillity and spectacular landscape at Ugbrooke are perfect for Corporate Events.
There are seven double and six twin ensuite bedrooms, each has been beautifully appointed and furnished by Lady Clifford, a leading interior designer of international repute.
Events at Ugbrooke
Ugbrooke hosts a series of events throughout the season from June to September. For more details visit the Events section on this website.
Opening Times at Ugbrooke
Ugbrooke is open to the public from the second Sunday in July until the end of September. Private parties by arrangement.
“Shaldon’s Nearest Historic House”
The historical links between the Lords Clifford of Chudleigh and Shaldon village are well documented. Visit the Shaldon, History and Architecture section on this website for more information.