Montacute House and Gardens
Montacute House is a magnificent Elizabethan Ham-stone house, surrounded by beautiful parkland and gardens and built in the late 16th century.
The formal gardens at Montacute House in Somerset are perfect for a stroll and include a collection of roses, mixed borders and famous wobbly hedges. Waymarked walks lead around the wider estate, which encompasses St Michael's Hill.
Make sure you have time to visit the magnificent house with its famous Long Gallery and its collection of Tudor and Elizabethan portraits. You will also see the State Rooms with its collections of fine furniture and textiles.
Montacute House has been used in the BBC Drama Wolf Hall.
Opening times 2020 Montacute House and Gardens National Trust
Opening details and facilities: open most of the year, see Montacute House website for details of days & times.
The shop, restaurant and most of our gardens are suitable for wheelchair users. Only the ground floor is accessible in the House. Wheelchairs are available free of charge.
- Street: Montacute House
- Postcode: TA15 6XP
- City: Montacute
- County: Somerset
- Country: United Kingdom
- Telephone: 01935 823289
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