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Montacute House, Montacute


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Photographs and basic information on Montacute House, a National Trust property in Montacute, Somerset

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Montacute House: a truely wonderful, perhaps, archetypal example of a stately home. This was the original front facade.

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Montacute House is a magnificent Elizabethan stone-built house in Somerset, with fine collections, gardens and park. It was built using local hamstone in around 1599 by Sir Edward Phelips. Montacute House now in the ownership of the National Trust and is regarded by many as one of the finest houses to survive from the Elizabethan era. The house and grounds are open to the public from March to the the end of October each year. Should you visit look for the romping cats, monkeys and other creatures up on the gables!

Places to buy a drink and eat some food in and around Montacute: Kings Arms Inn; Phelips Arms

See also the similar nearby National Trust stately home of Barrington Court and St. Catherine's Church

Nearby villages and towns: Barrington; East Lambrook; Hambridge; Ilminster; Ilton; Kingsbury Episcopi; Martock; Montacute; Seavington St Michael; Shepton Beauchamp; South Petherton; Stocklinch; Stoke sub Hamdon; Thorney; Yeovil


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