Detail of the Lutyens-designed lift door at Castle Drogo. ©National Trust Images/John Hammond

Detail of the Lutyens-designed lift door at Castle Drogo. ©National Trust Images/John Hammond

Lutyens / Detail of the Lutyens-designed lift door at Castle Drogo.

Looking through the Library door toward the Entrance Hall at Castle Drogo, Devon(1).jpg (444×450)

Looking through the Library door toward the Entrance Hall at Castle Drogo, Devon.

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Three large oak-framed sinks and the long rows of plate racks above partially lit in the Scullery at Castle Drogo, Devon.

The Butler's Pantry at Castle Drogo, Devon, with the oak table and cupbaords designed by the architect of the house, Edwin Lutyens

The Butler's Pantry at Castle Drogo, Devon, with the oak table and cupbaords designed by the architect of the house, Edwin Lutyens. They were made by Dart and Francis in

Castle Drogo by Sir Edwin Lutyens. The domed corridors were designed to resemble Constantinople © James Mortimer......via mahala knight

Castle Drogo by Sir Edwin Lutyens. The domed corridors were designed to resemble Constantinople © James Mortimer.via mahala knight

Castle Drogo,  near Drewsteignton in Devon.  Ten things to do in Dartmoor.

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Simon Hudspith's inspiration: Castle Drogo by Edwin Lutyens. South elevation, with chapel to the left and the drawing room to the right. Photo: Gareth Gardner

Simon Hudspith's inspiration: Castle Drogo by Edwin Lutyens. South elevation, with chapel to the left and the drawing room to the right.

Castle Drogo covered in snow, Devon © Castle Drogo staff/National Trust

Castle Drogo covered in snow, Devon © Castle Drogo staff/National Trust

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