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Arlington Court & the National Trust Carriage Museum


Rosalie Chichester granted the Arlington home with the express desire that guests could appreciate the outside. There are more than twenty miles of trails to investigate, extending from simple walks around as well as more difficult strolls. Whichever path you choose to travel you can make certain of a wonderful environment, serene ways and unforeseen suprises.

What can guests enjoy at Arlington Court & the National Trust Carriage Museum?

Lake walk 

Draw nearer to nature at the winged animal cover up and heronry. This is their more generally well known and set up stroll around the structured scene of Arlington Court. 

Deer park walk 

This walk takes you through old forests and parts of the area assigned as a wildlife reserve by Miss Rosalie Chichester, the last proprietor of Arlington Court. 

Centenary walk at Arlington Court 

Take a lofty move through forests and nearby the lake to appreciate dazzling perspectives on the house and parkland on their walk made to stamp their centennial year. 

Winford Valley walk 

Find Arlington Court, a Regency house settled in a lush valley in pristine North Devon, on a spring stroll through forests and nation ways

Top facilities

Dog/Pet friendly

Parking Available

Disabled Access

Facilities & information


Child friendly

Dog/Pet friendly




Disabled Access

Guided Tours

Parking Available


Extra info

Parkland Acreage: 30

Open Times: Garden: 14 Feb to 20 Dec, Days & times vary, please see NT website for full details.

Price Details: NT Members Free. Adult: £11.00, Child £5.50, Family £27.50

Arrival information and directions

Address: Arlington, Barnstaple, Devon, BarnstapleEX31 4LP, United Kingdom

On the A39, eight miles north of Barnstaple.

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