Attractions near Wooden Cabbage House

This is a list of the attractions near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this bed and breakfast.
Horn Park Gardens (5 Miles)*
The large and beautiful gardens, in a unique position and with magnificent views to the sea, surround the house built in 1911 by a pupil of Lutyens.
Beaminster Museum (6 Miles)*
Beaminster Museum is a local history museum covering Beaminster and the surrounding villages. Its collection covers past local families of importance, past local trades and schools and a fine collection of agricultural tools.
Montacute House (7 Miles)*
Montacute House is more than just another great stately home in the National Trust collection. It has some great unique features and human-interest stories in its history which deserve to be shared.
Minterne Gardens (7 Miles)*
The Minterne Valley, landscaped in the manner of Capability Brown in the 18th century, has been the home of the Churchill and Digby families for over 350 years.
Sherborne Museum (8 Miles)*
Sherborne Museum, located in the heart of the town, is home to more than 15,000 items of local history. It's a fascinating treasure trove for anyone researching the town's past.
Tintinhull Garden (8 Miles)*
The delightful two-acre Somerset garden at Tintinhull is a fine example of how small can still be beautiful.
Sherborne Castle (8 Miles)*
The present Sherborne Castle was built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594 and has been the Stately Home of the Digby family since 1617.
Sherborne Old Castle (8 Miles)*
Built by Bishop Roger of Salisbury in the 12th century as a strongly defended palace, Sherborne Old Castle became a powerful Royalist base during the Civil War.
East Lambrook Manor Gardens (10 Miles)*
These internationally famous Grade 1 listed gardens were the inspiration of Margery Fish who was the undisputed 'Leading Lady of Gardening' from the 1950's until her death in 1969.
Barrington Court (11 Miles)*
Barrington Court is a 16th century manor house which epitomises the ongoing work of the National Trust. This is a lovely Tudor manor house with Gertrude Jekyll-inspired gardens.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Wooden Cabbage House

This is a list of the towns near this bed and breakfast that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this bed and breakfast.
Melbury Bubb (3 Miles)*
East Coker (3 Miles)*
At East Coker picturesque 16th and 17th century farmhouses and almshouses cluster below the manor and church. Ancestors of the poet T. S. Eliot emigrated from here, and his ashes are interred in the parish church.
West Coker (4 Miles)*
Barwick and Stoford (4 Miles)*
Barwick village and the adjacent hamlet of Stoford lie south of Yeovil, near Yeovil Junction station. The park around Barwick House is dotted with strange follies including 'Jack the Treacle Eater' and the 'Fish Tower'.
Deerness (4 Miles)*
Frome St. Quintin (4 Miles)*
East Chinnock (5 Miles)*
Haselbury Plucknett (5 Miles)*
Middle Chinnock (5 Miles)*
Yeovil (5 Miles)*
Yeovil is the major town of South Somerset with the best shopping centre in a very wide area, the Octagon Theatre, Goldenstones Pools and Leisure Centre, a multi-screen cinema, a ski centre and the wooded parkland at Ninesprings
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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