Historic places to visit in Somerset

Nailsea Tithe Barn Trust

Nailsea Tithe Barn, Church Lane
Nailsea BS48 2BL

nailseatithebarn.co.uk

Nailsea Tithe Barn dates from 1480 and with Holy Trinity Church is part of Nailsea's historic heart. A school for over 200 years, it is now fully restored to its medieval origins. The vaulted ceiling, stonework and owl & putlog holes are beautiful features along with the modern facilities you need.

No 1 Royal Crescent

c/o 1 Royal Crescent
Bath BA1 2LR

no1royalcrescent.org.uk

No 1 Royal Crescent is a magnificently restored Georgian town house that creates a wonderfully vital picture of life in Georgian Bath. Built between 1767 - 1774 to the designs of the architect John Wood the Younger, the Royal Crescent is justly considered one of the finest achievements of 18th century urban architecture and represents the highest point of Palladian architecture in Bath. No 1 was the first house to be built in the Crescent and originally provided luxury accommodation for the aristocratic visitors who came to take the waters and enjoy the social season.