Directions to The Old Dairy, Cadhay, Ottery St Mary from Daisymount A30

If travelling from Exeter come along the A30 and turn off at the Ottery St Mary “Daisymount” junction and then follow signs to Ottery St Mary. The road you will be on is called Barrack Road and brings you right into the centre of Ottery.

You come over the large metal bridge over the River Otter and follow the road around up past a new housing development, the road then bears left by St Anthony’s catholic church and comes past the Doctors surgery (on the left) and Fire Station (on the right). This road is Canaan Way, stay on this road (do not turn right as most traffic does) and carry on past the Council Car park on your left. Be careful as the road narrows here for a while, but then opens out and follow it around over two stone bridges over the river, and then past a pair of old level crossing gates. Keep on this road and you will then see on your left across the fields a large grey stone Manor house. This is Cadhay House, and our offices are on the estate adjacent to the house

After a short distance a large tree lined driveway appears on the left and on the right is a Black sign with “Cadhay” in white writing. Turn left and travel up the drive to the top, passing the house on your left. The driveway then turns 90˚ right and on the left are some old brick and stone farm buildings. We are the first building on the left and have a silver milk churn on the front step and the arrow on the map below shows our location. You can park on the grass either on the right or the left, and the entrance to the office is around the back of the building. If you are using Sat Nav it brings you a different way into the back entrance!

For Google Maps directions follow this hyperlink https://g.page/east-devon-law

Directions to The Old Dairy, Cadhay, Ottery St Mary from Honiton A30

If travelling from Honiton direction travel along the A30 and turn off at the Ottery St Mary “Iron Bridge” junction onto the Old A30, stay on this road through the village of Fenny Bridges and then follow signs to Escot. The road passes the turning for Feniton on the right and Paterson’s Cross on the left. Take the fork left after this marked “Fairmile and Escot” it brings you down to the Fairmile crossroads with the Old Post Office on your left. Turn left at the crossroads marked to Cadhay.

Be careful as the road narrows here for a while,  and is quite twisty, passing a car repair garage on your left but stay on that road which then opens out  just after Pitt Farm and follow it along a short distance until you will then see on your left a black sign on the verge with the word “CADHAY” in white writing on it, opposite the sign is a tree lined tarmac drive with a large grey stone Manor house on the left at the top. This is Cadhay House, and our offices are on the estate adjacent to the house. If you reach the stone bridges over the river you have missed the turning.

Turn left and travel up the drive to the top, passing the house on your left. The driveway then turns 90˚ right and on the left are some old brick and stone farm buildings. We are the first building on the left and have a silver milk churn on the front step and the arrow on the map below shows our location. You can park on the grass either on the right or the left, and the entrance to the office is around the back of the building. If you are using Sat Nav it brings you a different way into the back entrance! For Google Maps directions follow this hyperlink https://g.page/east-devon-law