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Tel code: 01935 | code search
Postcode: TA14 | code search
Population: 700
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Norton-Sub-Hamdon is a small rural village placed at the foot of the historic Ham Hill in the County of Somerset, and is home to just over seven hundred people. There are attractive thatched cottages which date as far back as the 17th Century, and several honey coloured Ham Stone cottages which line the roads. A short stroll will uncover the delightful church dedicated to St Mary The Virgin which has an impressive 14th Century tower which graces the skyline, and unusual Pigeon House deserted by birds in 1894 when the church was struck by lightning, and a fabulous gem coloured stained glass window, The village dates back in time to the Saxon's, and from a small agricultural settlement growing flax for twine and sailcloth it grew, although when the quarrying of the local Ham Stone thrived men from the village worked on Ham Hill. Nestling in an unspoilt valley close the River Parrett the area is enjoyed by walkers and artists, and yet Norton-Sub-Hamdon is only seven miles or so from the busy town of Yeovil. There is a shop or two for that everyday essential, and a welcoming pub to enjoy, and for those visitors who wish to linger there is a good choice of cottages and B&B's.

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Hamdon Medical Centre

Pub and Bar

Lord Nelson

School

Norton Sub Hamdon Primary School

Self-Catering

Pieris

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Pieris (0.61 miles)

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Nestling in a sheltered and peaceful valley beside a tree lined mill pond, this delightful cluster of cottages stands in six acres of superbly landscaped grounds. Perfectly ... More

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Hollies Hotel (1.47 miles)

Hollies Hotel
Michelin Recommended hotel set around landscaped gardens & furnished terraces. Luxury rooms & suites, contemporary restaurant & stylish bar. Beautiful medieval village location, with in view of the Iron Age Ham Hill Country Park

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Kings Arms Inn (1.82 miles)

Kings Arms Inn

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The Kings Arms Inn near Yeovil is located in the delightful countryside of South Somerset in the heart of Montacute, a small picturesque village well known for its use in ... More

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Carents House (1.87 miles)

Carents House
In the beautiful Somerset countryside Carents House is in the centre of Montacute Village. Not far from Taunton and Yeovil Carents House is ideal for exploring Somerset and the Jurassic coast of Dorset.
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Montacute Country Tearooms B&B (1.90 miles)

Montacute Country Tearooms B&B
All the bedrooms are decorated in a co-ordinated neutral decor. They are equipped with tea/coffee making facilities, clock alarms, hairdryers and flat screen TVs with freeview and a DVD player. The en-suite bedrooms are situated ... More | visit website
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The Phelips Arms (1.95 miles)

The Phelips Arms
The un-spoilt Somerset village of Montacute the location of the film Sense and Sensibility is where you will find our charming 18th Century Hamstone Coaching Inn The Phelips Arms. Not only are we surrounded ... More | visit website
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White Hart Hotel (2.13 miles)

White Hart Hotel
A pleasant Hamstone Grade II listed coaching inn dating from 1735, the White Hart is a comfortable, family run hotel in the heart of South Somerset. All of our rooms have tea/coffee making facilities and ... More | visit website
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The Masons Arms (2.45 miles)

The Masons Arms
My partner and I had been running pubs together for ten years as managers for various breweries before we found The Masons Arms. It is a picture postcard pub in a very pretty ham stone ... More | visit website
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Masons Arms (2.51 miles)

Masons Arms

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The Masons Arms is a delightful thatched pub in a traditional and peaceful hamstone village. It is a very friendly area with many National Trust properties nearby and other areas ... More

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Ash House Country Hotel (2.87 miles)

Ash House Country Hotel

A Beautiful Georgian Country House located in the heart of the peaceful Somerset countryside. A family owned & run country hotel renowned for its idyllic location, yet just 1 mile from the main A303.

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