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Holnicote Estate

A39, Minehead TA24 8TJ, England
+44 1643 862452
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Thatched cottage tea room and more!

Challenging to get to (down some very narrow roads), but well worth it. There is a lovely 15th... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
scotlass66
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syracuse ny
A great way to spend an afternoon

We went just a couple and it is a beautiful place to visit. We parked by the church, worth a visit... read more

Reviewed 13 May 2018
123AlexBee
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Somerset, United Kingdom
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“tea room” (3 reviews)
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A39, Minehead TA24 8TJ, England
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+44 1643 862452
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Challenging to get to (down some very narrow roads), but well worth it. There is a lovely 15th century church opposite the car small car park with breathtaking views over the valley below, then paths that lead to the village and thatched cottages. One is...More

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Reviewed 13 May 2018

We went just a couple and it is a beautiful place to visit. We parked by the church, worth a visit and walked around spending a pleasant afternoon. The thatched cottages are worth a walk too, so pretty.

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Reviewed 12 October 2016

I have being visiting areas of the Holnicote estate since early childhood and introduced many friends to it's wondrous charm throughout the decades. I never tire off it's timeless beauty. The obvious choice of introduction is Selworthy. Imagine a whitewashed church on a hillside with...More

2  Thank Michael W
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Reviewed 28 April 2016

In the middle of the little village of Selworthy, there is a lovely old church. It is part of the Holnicote Estate. It is a grade 1 listed building which dates from about 15th Century. It has some Norman features and has an 17th C...More

3  Thank DoreenH_10
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Reviewed 26 February 2016

come here and you can walk for miles ,along north hill to minehead or over to dunkery beacon.walk woods or moor visit selworthy green and see the thatched cottages or selworthy cross.There is so much here for everyone,dog walkers or just sitting on the top...More

2  Thank Jennifer M
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Reviewed 26 August 2015

Visited Selworthy village and walked to the top of Dunkery Beacon - panoramic views across 360 degrees. Fantastic part of the world - like stepping back in time

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Reviewed 26 August 2015

Lovely walks... take a map because the different/ multiple routes can get a little confusing. Really beautiful part of the world.

Thank Jimvin
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Reviewed 9 June 2015

The Holnicote (pronounced Hunicut) Estate covers some 12500 acres, several villages, farms, woodland, moorland (including Dunkery Beacon), rivers, meadows holiday cottages, an amazing tearoom..... We stayed in a National Trust Cottage in Tivington for 10 days so have had loads of time to explore. I...More

5  Thank sheepygold
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Reviewed 28 March 2015

Tucked away this tiny NT village with Medieval church and beautiful yellow painted thatched cottages of Selworthy. Periwinkle cottage serves cream teas and light lunches overlooking a green. Behind the church is a walk leading to the ruins of a once castle. Inside the church...More

Thank Suzy W
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Reviewed 7 January 2015

A lot of people travelling along the A39 just pass through on the way to North Devon, if they take a few hours to explore the area they will come back again and again. Selworthy Green is a NT attraction of chocolate box views ,...More

7  Thank Brackmeg
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