National Trust – Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum

National Trust – Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum

Experience the grandeur of Arlington Court, an impressive Regency mansion surrounded by idyllic gardens and parkland in North Devon. Step back in time and explore the fascinating history of this elegant house, from its opulent interiors to its extensive collection of carriages and rare treasures.

With guided tours, delightful tea rooms, and enchanting walks through the grounds, Arlington Court is a must-visit destination for anyone seeking a taste of English heritage and natural beauty.


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National Trust – Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum Reviews

Elegant Regency house with Victorian garden, plus a carriage museum, lakeside walks and livestock.

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Opening Hours:
Monday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Address: Arlington EX31 4LP, UK

Price Level: 2

James Turner avatarJames Turner
2 weeks ago
Great national trust property, lovely gardens and country walks, there is a very interesting church and the house is full of a very eclectic collection. But the high light is the carriage museum, never realised carriages and could be so interesting thanks to the knowledgeable curators
This is a beautiful place! Big grounds, lots of walks, stunning old Manor to fully walk around inside. Only downside is expensive to get in, and expensive membership.
Russ Barr avatarRuss Barr
4 months ago
Arlington Court is one of our favourite places to visit for a nice walk that isn't too long (or muddy) and that has a lovely tea room at the end for some well earned tea and cake. Arlington hits the spot on all of these criteria! The walks are on good paths and tracks that are well maintained (National Trust after all) and usually mud free. There are a few different trails and all are well sign posted. This being Devon there are some hills involved but the undulating nature of the terrain just adds to the photogenic nature of this place. You do need to pay to park and to enter the grounds "officially" but there is also a side door you can use if you want to try to get in for free. I can't condone this kind of behaviour but hey, times are hard and you do what you need to do to survive ;-)
Caitlin Alborn avatarCaitlin Alborn
5 months ago
Visited this lovely property during the fantastic sunny October weather and highly recommend.The grounds are beautiful with lots to see and a lot of green space for my 2yo to have a run round. She particularly loved the scarecrow festival and using the hobby horses outside of the carriage museum also.Lunch was lovely in the cafe as with most NT properties, but particularly appreciated the offering of a 1/2 jacket potato which is a fantastic options for the little ones.A huge thank you to the fantastic staff though who not only found my daughter’s hand knitted jumper which we managed to drop along the way, but packaged it up so nicely when we came to collect it with some lovely postcards and a badge, making my daughter’s day!Thank you so much, we will definitely visit in the future!
Chloe Westall avatarChloe Westall
6 months ago
Beautiful place with amazing history! The grounds are stunning ti walk around and they have some brilliant trails that you can follow. The carriage museum is amazing to see so many old and restored carriages from over the country. Arlington court itself is stunning and very grand with good history. All staff/volunteers are so helpful and knowledgeable about the court. They are also very friendly and welcoming. I recommend visiting this gem if you have the chance!
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