Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
Buckland House
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Buckland House

Beautiful Georgian mansion in Devon - lovely weddings, parties and celebrations in a friendly home.

  • Sleeps 34
  • Beds 17
  • Baths 9

If fully occupied, price per person per night is usually between £17 and £56.

Buckland House - Beautiful weddings to be remembered in a rural Devon manor house.

  • Indoors 80
  • Capacity 80

Additional fees may be applied for events; please enquire for details.

Devon

Buckland House, Buckland Filleigh, Beaworthy, Devon EX21 5JD

  • Weekends

    £3,000 - £5,700

  • Full Weeks

    £4,000 - £7,600

Buckland House is a Georgian country house in the most relaxed and welcoming of styles. It’s suitable for parties of family or friends, weddings, special celebrations or business use.

Buckland is a big, grand and beautiful house, sleeping 30 in 17 bedrooms with 9 bathrooms. The house has 7 doubles, 5 twin singles and 3 singles, with options for a few more in extra beds by negotiation. Most of the bathrooms have roll-top baths and two have showers.

There is a ballroom for dancing, dining room, sitting rooms, library, snooker room, drawing room, breakfast room and playroom. The house is heated by an industrial wood-burning boiler and wood is sourced from the estate.

The kitchen is well stocked with pots, pans, cooking utensils and an ample amount of crockery and cutlery for 30 guests.

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House Facts

The Manor House dates to the time of William the Conqueror, in 1066, and was given to one of William’s returning soldiers, Richard de Filleigh. Richard had used his shield to save William from arrows on three occasions, and for this reason he was called Fortescue (Fort = Strong, Escue = Shield), and Buckland House was built in the shape of an F. In rather more modern times, Sienna Miller celebrated her sister Savannah's wedding at Buckland House in 2005.

Reviews

I was here from 1952 to 1956 when it was a private boys boarding school. Four of the best years of my life. I swam in the lake, played badminton in one of the large halls, and sang in the church choir. To spend term times here coming from a crowded city was a treat.

Lovely place i ever seen Thank you guys.

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