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We were only able to view the exterior because we visited outside of the very limited opening hours. The gardens to the front of he poperty are very well maintained. The whole made for a good photo opportunity.
We travelled some way to visit this building on the only open day showing on the National Trust website – Sun 24 Sept 2017, 2-5pm. At the gate, there was simply a sign saying ‘closed’. Apparently a number of others had done exactly the same...More
A grade 2 listed building situated about 200 yards from the more famous Abbey. There is only roadside parking available and the house is only open on Sunday and Monday afternoons, so plan ahead.
You'll need to ring the house bell and wait for the...More
Well we were visiting Street in the morning so by way of a different route home we ticked off a few of the smaller national trust places on the way home starting with Priest's House, Muchelney. Well nice house and only open for short periods...More
Went to the priests house as part of our short break in some rest, Dorset and Devon. Albeit small, it's a great place to visit. Be sure to check the national trust web site for opening times as its only open for a few hours...More
This house is only open for about 6 months of the year and then only from 2-5pm on a Sunday or Monday and then only by guided tour as it is someones house. You are probably best off parking in Mulcheney Abbey about 100 metres...More
This small house is worth visiting . Doesn't take long to go through it. Highlight is the mantle on the ancient fireplace. It has the most witches marks put there to ward off evil of anywhere in england. Gentleman who lives and works there is...More