Visit to Cothay Manor
Wednesday 29 June 2011 - 10:00 until 16:00
Cothay is a 15th-Century manor house in Somerset mostly built in a three-year period beginning in 1485. It incorporates elements of a 13th-century house created for Adam de Cothay. The present owners, Alastair and Mary Ann Robb have been at Cothay since 1993 and have restored the manor house and gardens. These are in the Arts and Crafts style and are considered to be one of the best examples in the country.
This is an all-day visit with a guided tour of the house, starting with coffee at 10am, a Ploughman's lunch and an independent tour of the garden in the afternoon. There is a cafe for teas (own expense) after our visit.