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Nearby Restaurants

  • The Horse
    Cotation :
    Type de cuisine : Mediterranean

  • Mill End
    Cotation :
    Type de cuisine : Traditional cuisine

  • Old Inn
    Cotation :
    Type de cuisine : British modern

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Castle Drogo Interesting

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When he discovered that he was descended from a Norman aristocrat, Dru or Drogo, who lived in the 12C, the rich grocer Julius Drewe had Edwin Lutyens create an extraordinary castle in his name. The castle was built 1911-1930 from granite taken from Drewe quarry. The exterior is inspired by romanesque and Tudor styles, and the interior is pure Lutyens (with some fine oak objects).

Useful Information

Opening hours :

  • mid Mar-end Oct: 11am-5pm; Feb school hols: 11am-4pm; rest of year: telephone for timetable

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