Information about Parking in Greenway
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Greenway is a stunning place to explore with family, or somewhere to just take a quiet stroll on a sunny day. The garden is a beautiful, leisurely place with the South Walled Garden full of hydrangeas, and a vinery, peach house and vegetable plot as well.
Another magical place in Greenway is the fernery which is especially tranquil with a water fountain and a moving dog cemetery where resident Agatha Christie’s dogs are buried. Other popular attractions include taking in the view of the River Dart from the Top Garden, and visiting The Battery and Boathouse.
Of course, you can’t visit Greenway without taking a look at the Queen Anne style Greenway House where Agatha Christie and her family spent their holidays. The rooms of this stately home are full of items from china to silverware and books that the Christie family collected over the years.
If you’re planning on spending a day at Greenway you’ll enjoy the drinks and snacks at the Barn Cafe. The shop at Greenway is a great place to pick up a unique souvenir. You’ll find seasonal plants to take home to your own garden, as well as fashionable items like scarves and bags. Of course, there are notebooks and other local items available too. You can even pick up a copy of one of Agatha Christie’s books.
Greenway Estate is around 2 miles from Galmpton and has been occupied in some form since the building of a mansion in the late 16th century. While this mansion is no longer standing, the current Greenway House and a greenhouse - both added later - are still there.
There are also 4 holiday cottages available for rent if you would like to stay in the picturesque landscape with views of the River Dart. These cottages range in size from sleeping couples to large families.
Greenway makes an appearance in several of Agatha Christie’s novels including The A.B.C. Murders, Five Little Pigs, Towards Zero and Dead Man’s Folly. The famous author had been living in nearby Torquay when Greenway House became available, and enchanted she and her husband brought it in 1938. Agatha Christie and her husband Max Mallowan lived at the house until their deaths, and the building is now Grade II listed.
If you’re planning a visit to Greenway don’t forget to bring your dog - dogs are welcome at the estate.
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Parking in Greenway
Parking at Greenway Estate currently operates on a pay and display system for non-members at £3 per session. If you are a member you just need to scan your membership card when you arrive, and display a National Trust parking sticker on your vehicle. There is no time limit on your car park during your visit.
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If you’ve made the journey to Greenway you might want to consider visiting Coleton Fishacre. It’s only 5 miles from Greenway and is a stunning place to spend an afternoon, especially in spring when the garden is in full bloom. The weather is often warm in the spring and summer months, so it’s a great place for a picnic.
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By Train: The Greenway Halt station operates a steam train from Paignton with limited hours.
By Bus: There is a bus stop by Greenway Halt station, and from here it is a half hour walk to Greenway Estate.
By Car: If you are travelling to Greenway Estate by car simply follow the A380 down to Galmpton, and then look for Greenway Road. Parking at Greenway is in the large carpark by the Lodge.
On Foot: If you are a keen walker and take the Greenway Walk from Broadsands, The Dart Valley Trail from Kingswear or John Musgrave Heritage Trail to Greenway.
By Ferry: You can travel up the River Dart on a Greenway Ferry Company from Dartmouth. You can also catch a small passenger ferry from Dittisham to Greenway. Travelling this way means you will need to walk 10-15 minutes uphill from the river to the estate itself.
Disabled Parking in Greenway
There are designated disabled parking bays at Greenway. Visitors can drop passengers off at the reception before they go and park.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Greenway, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Devon. The closest ones located on the way to Greenway are:
- Lidl White Rock Way
- Premier Inn Paignton South
- Devonshire Retail Park
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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When was Greenway House built?
Greenway House was built sometime in the 1780s.
Can I bring my dog to Greenway?
Yes, dogs are welcome at Greenway but must be kept on a short lead.
What hours is Greenway open?
Hours may vary, but current hours are:
Garden 10:30am - 5:00pm
Barn Cafe 10:30am - 4:00pm
Shop 11:00am - 5:00pm
How much does it cost to park at Greenway?
Greenway operates a pay and display car park. Charges are £3 per session for non-members, with free parking available for members (please show membership card upon arrival and display car sticker).
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