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We are delighted to announce Plymouth College of Art final year student Helen Skidmore as our Summer Artist in Residence. She will be spending the Summer at the Estate drawing, sketching and gaining inspiration for a final piece of artwork commissioned by Canonteign Falls. Her work alongside fiverunners up will be exhibited from 11th – […]
Prices and Opening We are now open for the season! Book tickets online to guarantee entry. This year annual members do not need to book a visiting slot. At times of heavy rain or high winds, it may be necessary to close for health and safety reasons. If in doubt please check this website before travel or […]
On a recent holiday to Devon from New Zealand we were told about Canonteign Falls. Situated within Dartmoor National Park, in the heart of the Teign Valley, it was described as an idyllic mix of waterfalls and woodland.
Canonteign Falls is a picturesque family attraction within the Dartmoor National park and we are always looking for lovely people to join us! If you’ re looking to work within a small team in beautiful surroundings that offers something a little bit different to a normal 9 – 5 then we would love to hear […]
Contact Us Please book tickets online to guarantee entry unless you hold an annual membership in which case you are free to walk – in without booking. Dogs on leads are very welcome. Reception open 10 am – 5 pm – 01647 252434 email@example.com Message us on social media FB: @Canonteignfalls, Instagram: @CanonteignFalls, Twitter @Canonteignfall […]
We are thrilled to announce that we are Exeter Living Awards Finalist for 2021 in the Leisure and Tourism category! It means a huge amount to us to be shortlisted amongst so many great local businesses. Thank you Exeter Living.
Canonteign Falls features as a backdrop in episode 2 of Simon Reeve’s new series Incredible Journeys with Simon Reeve showing now on BBC2.
Canonteign Falls stunning Victorian fern garden is featured on BBC Two’s Monkman and Seagull’s Great Adventures on Monday 1st June at 9pm.
We have been working hard to restore our comprehensive collection of Devon ferns from a fern garden established at the height of fern fashion in Victorian Britain between 1840 and 1890.