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National Trust 39


Bradley Manor An intriguing medieval manor house close to the centre of Newton Abbot. Despite its urban location there’s a relaxed rural atmosphere with the property set within its own woodlands and tranquil gardens. It is still a private home and the family open it up to the public on selected days for guided tours to share their eclectic collection of furniture, ceramics, textiles and pre-Raphael- ite drawings and paintings. The interior contains Tudor decorations, ornate glass windows and four poster beds fit for kings! www.nationaltrust.org.uk/bradley


Saltram House Get lost in the secret garden and explore an 18th century orangery at Saltram. Just outside Plymouth, the house is a fine example of a Georgian home set in beautiful grounds overlooking the River Plym. It is a firm favourite with walkers, cyclists and dogs! There’s plenty of rare, ancient and exotic trees and plants. The house itself contains several paintings by leading 18th century English painter, Sir Joshua Reynolds. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/saltram


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Overbeck’s Children love searching for the ghost in the magnificent dolls house inside Overbeck’s. Staff move it around each day to keep visitors on their toes! The former Salcombe home of scientist and inventor Otto Overbeck is now a museum and the Edwardian house has many weird and wonderful treasures including a giant music box. The estate itself is a colourful paradise perched high on a cliff overlooking the Salcombe estuary. The subtropical garden is packed full of exotic and rare plants and attracts thousands of visitors every year. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/overbecks


Compton Castle A fortified medieval manor house in Marldon, near Paignton. It has impressive high curtain walls, towers and a portcullis. A must see is the restored Great Hall with its wooden panels and coats of arms. Outside, the grounds are a delight with well kept lawns and the smell of lavender in the air. Visitors can explore the medieval style knot garden, orchard and rose garden. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/compton-castle


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