Sharpham House and its estate is set in a majestic location high above on the banks of the River Dart.
Redesigned by Sir Robert Taylor in 1770, the house is an outstanding example of English Palladian architecture. It was a family home until 2003, and is now the base for The Sharpham Trust’s charitable activities.
Both the house and estate provide a creative and inspiring venue for educational and training events, seminars, group activities, retreats, weddings, funeral gatherings or celebrations.
We welcome groups wishing to hire indoor or outdoor spaces for residential or non-residential activities, particularly where those groups support the principles of the Sharpham Trust and where Sharpham can support opportunities for connecting like-minded individuals and groups.
We hope you’ll find that the friendly, relaxing atmosphere, the breathtaking views, and our delicious vegetarian meals, makes your visit to Sharpham a memorable one.
We are always happy to arrange viewings at a mutually convenient time so please contact us.
A place to inspire
What our visitors say
- HUGE thanks from all of us to all of you for laying on such a lovely day. You were heroic in coping with our large crowd; the lunch was excellent and all the facilities were immaculate. Your patience and unflappability makes me very jealous indeed. Anyone who can cope so smoothly with the culinary peculiarities of our members must be a saint.
- Peter Marlow