The Best Landmark in South Somerset

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in South Somerset, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Forde Abbey Estate, Chard, South Somerset TA20 4LU

Since 1136

Landmark, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Weddings, Plant Nursery, Gardens, House, Ceremonies and Receptions, Group Visits, School Visits, Family Fun Programs, Events, Tearoom & Shop

Free Admission for Members - The house and gardens are run as a tourist attraction while the 1,600-acre (6.5 km2) estate is farmed to provide additional revenue - It is a Grade I listed building

Price: Adult £10.00 & Children (5 - 15) £5.00

Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:30 pm

The gardens are quite simply - stunning with the backdrop of Forde Abbey as a bonus. Lots of hidden garden areas to explore, interlaced with sculptures for added interest and water features galore - quite apart from the spectacular water fountain. Lots of seating areas to allow you to sit and relax whilst taking in the colours and shapes of the gardens. Forde Abbey itself is full of beautiful moulded ceilings, fabulous paintings and furniture and you are at leisure to explore the rooms.

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Martock, South Somerset TA12 6JL

Since 1250

Landmarks, Architectural Structure, Historical Building, House, Wall Paintings, Great Hall, Programs, Events & Shops

It has been designated as a grade I listed building - The original 13th-century buildings have been added to several times, including a 15th-century great hall which has an arch-braced-collar truss roof

Price: Adult £4.00 & Child £2.00

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Wow, what a nice place with very hospitable people allowing people to disrupt their daily routine two days a week - excellent time here.
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Kingsettle Hill, South Brewham, Bruton, South Somerset BA10 0LB

Since 1772

Tower, Landmarks, Architecture Structure, Historical Places, Estate, Landscape, Monument & Statue

The triangular tower is over 40 metres (131 ft) high with a girth of 51 metres (167 ft) - It is designated as a grade I listed building - The centre of the tower is hollow and to stop birds from entering the space a mesh has been added at roof level

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This is a national trust property on the Wiltshire/Somerset border, it's a very pretty property with beautiful well cared for gardens and lovely places to walk, including King Alfred's tower that over looks the Stourhead estate and there a large woodland you can walk around! This property is well maintained.
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