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National Trust Greenway
Devon, TQ5 0ES
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The National Trust's Greenway, Devon, is the holiday home of the famous and much-loved author Agatha Christie and her family.

Greenway house and garden: 'the loveliest place in the world'
At the beloved holiday home of the famous and much-loved author Agatha Christie and her family you can take a glimpse into their lives.

This relaxed and atmospheric house is set in the 1950s, when Agatha and her family would spend summers and Christmases here with friends, relaxing by the river, playing croquet and clock golf, and reading her latest mystery to their guests. The family were great collectors, and the house is filled with archaeology, Tunbridgeware, silver, botanical china and books.

In the garden a large and romantic woodland drifts down the hillside towards the sparkling Dart estuary. The walled gardens are home to a restored peach house and vinery, as well as an allotment cared for by local school children. A visit to Greenway isn't complete without seeing the Boathouse, scene of the crime in 'Dead Man’s Folly', and the battery complete with cannon. Greenway has been accredited by the International Camellia Society as a 'Garden of Excellence.' It is the first National Trust garden with this accreditation, and one of just seven gardens in the UK to be recognised as a ‘Garden of Excellence’ by the International Camellia Society.

There are many different ways to get here, including ferry and steam train. If you'd like to arrive by car you must pre-book your parking by following this link or by calling 01803 842382.

Accessibility Information

Designated parking. Buggy provides transport to visitor reception. Parking must be pre-booked in advance
Quay car available to transport to and from Greenway quay. Unfortunately we cannot transport children under 12 in the quay car as we do not have height appropriate booster seats
Adapted toilets next to visitor reception, next to the shop, opposite the house and in the house (for diners only)
Separate level access to house; please ask someone in visitor reception upon arrival
Ground floor of house is accessible, interactives (touch screens), virtual tour and handling collection
Braille and large print guides available
Grounds are partly accessible, steep slopes, narrow paths. Map of accessible route available
Limited access for powered mobility vehicles. Manual wheelchair can be loaned.
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