Shilstone House is an elegant and exclusive wedding venue located in the heart of the Devon countryside. Our beautiful Georgian Manor House has been lovingly restored by the Fenwick family and offers a stunning setting for your special day. Since our first weddings in 2012, Shilstone is now one of Devon’s top wedding venues. The house itself has won numerous awards including Country Life Magazines ‘Restoration of the Century’ award and The Georgian Groups ‘New Building in the Classical Tradition’ award.



Coming soon

Located on the ground floor of the Devon Rural Archive, our cafe is a peaceful and charming destination for anyone looking to enjoy a delicious meal or a cup of coffee. Our menu features a variety of dishes made with freshly sourced local produce.

The Shilstone Cafe will be opening soon.




Every Sunday at Shilstone, we offer a freshly cooked Sunday Lunch located in our restored former hay barn.

On the 19th of March the Sunday lunch will move to our Mughal Marquee for the summer. With both inside and outside seating available, enjoy uninterrupted views of the Shilstone Estate and the Devon countryside.

Enjoy a traditional Sunday Lunch with one or two courses, and the choice of beef, chicken or gammon and a selection of homemade desserts that change every week.



Our holiday cottages at Shilstone are located in the heart of the Devon countryside. Surrounded by rolling hills, lush green fields, and picturesque countryside views, our accommodation offers the perfect retreat for a peaceful and relaxing getaway.

Each cottage has been tastefully decorated and furnished to provide guests with all the comforts of home. They feature fully equipped kitchens, comfortable living areas, and cosy bedrooms. Some cottages have private gardens and outdoor seating areas, perfect for enjoying the fresh air and beautiful surroundings.


The Devon Rural Archive is a independent heritage centre for the study of our county’s buildings and landscapes.

The Devon Rural Archive has been encouraging visitors to Shilstone, whose passion is appreciating the historical significance of Shilstone, as well as other settlements, dwellings, and communities of Devon.