- Private Gardens
- Walled Kitchen Garden
Home to the Cave family since the house was built in the 1870s, Sidbury Manor is an imposing Victorian mansion standing in an agricultural estate extending to 2250 acres. The 20-acre garden includes an extensive arboretum containing many fine and rare trees and shrubs, several champion trees and areas devoted to magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias. Extremely fine and imposing walled gardens are a major feature of the garden, as are the terraces overlooking the parkland.
Sidbury Manor including conservatory and screen wall to the west, forecourt railings, gates and piers, all listed Grade II.
Cherry & Pevsner: The Buildings of England – Devon, 1989: 258
T Gray: The Garden History of Devon,1995: 71
S.Pugsley: Devon Gardens – An Historical Survey, 1994: 181