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:
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.
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.
Cary Manor:- Once the home of the medieval herbalist Henry Lyte,
it is surrounded by a lovely garden, with mixed shrubs, roses and
Treasurer's House, Martock:- A small medieval house dating
from 1293, recently refurbished by the Trust.
House:- A late medieval hall house, recently extensively repaired.
Sub Hamdon Priory:- A complex of buildings from the 14thCentury.
Tower Mill:- The last thatched windmill in England, dating from
Barton:- One of the most important surviving non-fortified manor
houses of the middle ages. Dating from 1380.
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
or why not pursue one of your
... how much does it cost ?