|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|
I really enjoyed Cucklington Court. It must be one of Torbay's hidden gems. The grounds make for a relaxing walk - a dog walker's paradise by the way. There's a great cafe and behind the manor house there are loads of craft shops and working displays such as glass blowing, a blacksmith, handmade chocolate etc. There's a gift shop and lots more besides. Car parking is no problem and there is a pub just up the road in the village where there are more gift shops. An absolute delightful place to visit - add it to your list if you haven't already been.
It has been a beautiful experience, it's one of the most green, open and relaxing space. There are trees to shelter from the sun, little hills where you can run, lay down or roll and even a space where you can see the horses. Also there is a very nice place to visit near there and a delightful tea bar where you can taste a delicious cream tea.
Lovely setting in country with interesting sloped cricket pitch. They have horse drawn carriage rides. Small cafe with a small selection of food reasonably priced. Not really much that interested me in the craft shops and some of them were closed - visited on Sunday.
Gorgeous grounds! The walks are stunning and suitable routes for all abilities. The workshops were okay but a little behind the times with what they were offering in terms of products, but still entertaining to watch for a while.
Beautiful place. Something for everyone. Great for a picnic and games on the green. A pub and various super cafes all in the old medieval village. Wonderful walks for all abilities a picturesque church and with the registry office in the manor house you may witness a wedding too. Craft studios to visit and a walled garden. With the occasional cricket match in a ground like no other. A must see.
Lovely place for a walk with the dogs. Very nice grounds with well laid out paths. Nice cafe in the main house and some great little craft shops as well. Plenty of parking but you have to pay. Good pub close by as well so a bit of everything here.
A really beautiful place! Had a ride on the horse and carriage, very enjoyable. Will recommend to everyone to go and visit!
Very pretty village. Takes you back in time. Lovely little nick nak shops. Make sure you do not go over your time on the car park.
We had a great morning out in Cockington Court. The grounds were lovely to walk through, though I would recommend proper wellies or boots if the weather is wet. We had to keep our walking to the gravel paths closer to the house and the cottages as we hadn't gone with more heavy duty footwear.
Beautiful country estate and ground to walk, stomp or merely meander around. Stunning tree collection and beautifully maintained, main coffee shop is welcoming, reasonably priced and allows dogs in. Lovely rose garden, can't wait to visit again when in bloom. Lovely little artisan boutiques to explore. Wonderful place to explore, and treasures to find!
Quaint and picturesque village centre with a mix of local craftsmen producing glassware, ironmongery and wooden gifts. Housed in the modern extension beyond the garden are a variety of confectioners, gift shops and galleries.
Fantastic place to relax with the family. Children can run around safely and stay in view so they can let off steam. Some small shops have been added since I last visited around 15 years ago. Lovely cream teas. Also worth visiting the church. Very historic.
Visited 'out of season'. On the plus side it wasn't too busy but on the minus side some of it was closed. There are walks around the area and a garden to do anytime of the year. The car park isn't free in the winter but people were parking for free in the road leading to Cockington. We had lunch in the pub which was good. The craft outlets were mostly open with some lovely things to buy. We abandoned tea and cake at the cafe in the house as it seemed to be in chaos. A festive horse and carriage was taking Santa for trips around the garden which brightened things up. Worth a visit in or out of season depending how busy you like it.
Cockington is such a beautiful location to walk around whatever the time of year. You can explore the woods, enjoy the coffee shop, or look at the craft shops. The craft shops are a great place to get a hand made gift, including an amazing chocolate shop. You can also look around the mansion house and church which are on sight. There is also the drum pub very close by which is perfect for a meal or just a drink.
Cockington is a lovely surprise tucked away being Torquay. Visit on foot along the lovely footpath alongside the babbling stream, or by car and walk along the lanes. Nice mix of tea shops (Weavers Cottage is the best!) and inside Cockington Court, a craft centre with a blacksmith, chocolatier, jewellery and glass amongst others. Inside the main building is a gift shop, tea shop, and upstairs the Registry Office. All well worth a visit...and dogs are welcome inside the Cockington Court tea room!
A wonderful place to visit. Its as if you suddenly step back in time from Torquay. Much really wonderful history. There are excellent craft shops. A real blacksmiths. Glass blowing and other workshops. Often markets and craft fairs. Cricket in the summer. And a wonderful horse and cart rude through the grounds. A wonderful little church full if history. Lots of walks around big fish ponds and forests and fields. There are food and refreshments within the building. And the wonderful Drum Inn for excellent food and drink just nearby. Just go and enjoy.