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Combe Sydenham Hall and Country Park
Monksilver
Taunton
Somerset

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Combe Sydenham nestles in a hidden Exmoor Valley. The buildings give a very special opportunity to see history restored. The estate allows observation of unspoilt nature at its best.

Combe Sydenham is privately owned by the Theed family whose dedication and vision brings you this unique blend of respect for the past and determination to provide for the future.

Enjoy a Group Tour of part of the house and gardens. Listen to the entertaining tales of a dragon, Sir Francis Drake and the Duke of Wellington.

Explore for yourself the 500 acre estate with its large herd of fallow deer.

Also: 4x4 Introductory - Intermediate - Extreme £50 for three hours.

Mountain Bikes: Downhill courses all ability levels £5 per bike FREE parking. NACC Events held here.

Country Park: every day 9.00am to 5.00pm 1 April to 30 September; Hall: guided tours of West Wing, Gardens and Corn Mill, Mon, Wed, Thurs 16 April to 27 September 1.30 prompt. Groups throughout the year by arrangement.

Details

Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: £5
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Refreshments only for group tours included in price of admission

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Somerset Cricket Museum (0.27 miles)

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