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National Trust bed and breakfast at Slipper Cottage Montacute. Within a 20 mile radius of Slipper Cottage b and b, Montacute there are a plethora of wonderful National Trust gardens and National Trust Somerset houses to visit. The Montacute National Trust near Yeovil have a wonderful property at Montacute House Yeovil.

National Trust properties in Somerset:

  • Barrington Court:- An enchanting formal garden influenced by Gertrude Jekyll, is laid out as a series of walled rooms. It includes the Rose, Iris, Lily, Iris and White Gardens.

  • Stourhead:- This outstanding example of the English Landscape style was laid out by Henry Hoare 11 between 1740 and 1780, is around a central lake at the end of a series of vistas. 

  • Lytes Cary Manor:- Once the home of the medieval herbalist Henry Lyte, it is surrounded by a lovely garden, with mixed shrubs, roses and perennials. 

  • The Treasurer's House, Martock:- A small medieval house dating from 1293, recently refurbished by the Trust.
     Priest's House:- A late medieval hall house, recently extensively repaired.

  • Stoke Sub Hamdon Priory:- A complex of buildings from the 14thCentury.

  • Stembridge Tower Mill:- The last thatched windmill in England, dating from 1822.

  • Shute Barton:- One of the most important surviving non-fortified manor houses of the middle ages. Dating from 1380.

  • Tintinhull Gardens:- A small Manor House garden designed by Mrs Phyllis Reiss. It is divided into 7 rooms by clipped yew hedges and walls.  

Looking for a National Trust b&b or a National Trust b and b ?, Slipper Cottage is the perfect location. During your stay, you can also relax in our conservatory or enjoy our garden
or why not pursue one of your interests..

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