About this Landmark
Built in around 1420, Crosscombe Old Hall has a particularly fine, and large, arch-braced open roof. From here enjoy views over the hills and an open garden. The Old Hall is an excellent location for exploring Somerset.
The Old Hall lies just north of a handsome parish church and looks into a small tranquil enclosure. It enjoys views over the hills of Somerset and an open garden.
Originally part of a manor house built by Sir William Palton in about 1420, this building was for 250 years a Baptist chapel. We turned the service end of the ahll into bedrooms and kitchen, simple rooms of wood and stone.
Somerset BA5 3QS
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