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Stone Lane Gardens & Mythic Garden Sculpture Exhibition

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Stone Lane Gardens
Stone Farm
TQ13 8JU

Tel: 01647 231311

Stone Lane Gardens, Dartmoor

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Family Ticket£15.00 per ticket
Under 5'sFree

Become a Friend to explore the gardens free throughout the year. Single £30. Couple / Family £40
Annual Membership available



  • Guide Dogs Permitted - On lead.

Key Features

  • In countryside

Parking & Transport

  • Parking (free)

Venue Facilities

  • Groups Accepted - Essential to prebook.Preferably mornings.

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Stone Farm is marked on OS Map 191, Okehampton and North Dartmoor - Grid Reference 708908 -. The dual-carriageway A30 linking with the M5 at Exeter is only 2½ miles away.From the north, come off A30 at Whiddon Down and head for Chagford. After passing through Whiddon Down, take left turn for Drewsteignton and follow Garden signs.From South, approach on A382 through Moretonhampstead. Pass sign to Chagford and keep on towards Whiddon Down. After passing through Sandy Park, take next right after short hill. Follow garden signs.Full directions and maps can be found on Stone Lane Gardens website.

Public Transport Directions

The nearest bus stop is at Sandy Park. Take the Chagford bus from Exeter. Ask driver to let you off at Sandy Park. There is then about a 1km walk up the hill (as directed on the south car approach).But cheer up, its all downhill on the way back. Note that Chagford buses are not very frequent.

Opening Times

* Garden open from April - September 2pm-6pm
Garden Open from October - March 12.00 till dusk

Mythic Garden sculpture exhibition late April to early October

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