Attractions near Casita

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Coldharbour Mill Working Wool Museum (3 Miles)*
Built by Thomas Fox between 1797 and 1799 Coldharbour Mill was at the forefront of Georgian entrepeneurial development and was in continuous woollen and worsted yarn production until 1981.
Wellington Museum & Local History Society (4 Miles)*
The exhibits in the museum feature famous firms and individuals that are or were based in Wellington.
Knightshayes Court (8 Miles)*
They say that every cloud has a silver lining. In the case of the Heathcote-Amory family, it was the hounding of lace-maker, John Heathcote.
Tiverton Castle (9 Miles)*
Few buildings evoke such an immediate feeling of history as Tiverton Castle. Now some 900 years old, it was enlarged and rebuilt during the 14th Century.
Tiverton Museum of Mid Devon Life (9 Miles)*
Explore the museum's large, outstanding collections and trace the fascinating history of Mid Devon.
Escot Gardens, Maze & Forest Adventure (11 Miles)*
Award-winning Escot is set in 220 acres of stunning private parkland in the heart of East Devon.
Cadhay (11 Miles)*
Cadhay is an historic manor house built in 1550, which is 12 miles east of Exeter.
Killerton House (12 Miles)*
From a historic costume exhibition to Victorian plant collections, there is something to please most enthusiasts at the lovely Killerton House which is set amidst rolling Devonshire hills.
Fyne Court (13 Miles)*
Fyne Court was the home of the Crosse family from the day of its founding until being handed over to The National Trust in 1967.
Cleeve Abbey (16 Miles)*
The picturesque Cistercian abbey of Cleeve boasts the most impressively complete and unaltered set of monastic cloister buildings in England, standing roofed and two storeys high.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Casita
Sampford Arundel (3 Miles)*
Uffculme (3 Miles)*
Greenham (3 Miles)*
Greenham - "Farm on the mill brook", is the perfect setting for walking or cycling. Hidden for centuries, nearby Cothay Manor has remained virtually untouched since it was built in the fifteenth century.
Rockwell Green (3 Miles)*
Situated to the west of Wellington, it was formerly known as Rowe Green often called "Rogue Green" because of its colourful inhabitants. Its present name relates to the brick well at the heart of the village.
Wellington (Somerset) (4 Miles)*
Wellington is a friendly town set in a wide valley between the beautiful Blackdown Hills, seven miles west of Taunton on the River Tone. The name is synonymous with the famous "Iron Duke" victor of the battle of Waterloo.
Ashbrittle (4 Miles)*
West of Wellington and the River Tone, the parish of Ashbrittle takes its name from the ash trees and a Norman Lord Bretel (de St. Clair).
Stawley (5 Miles)*
Bathealton (5 Miles)*
The charming village of Bathealton lies hidden in high wooded hills.
West Buckland (6 Miles)*
The village has been extended during the past century and at its western edge on a small hillock stands the church of St. Mary whose tower, beautifully illuminated at night, is a landmark for miles around.
Nynehead (6 Miles)*
The village name means "nine hide" and is derived from the Saxon word for a unit of land; a hide was equal to about 120 acres. Dominated by Nynehead Court, the village is in the centre of the vale of Taunton Deane.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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