Castle Farm Enmore

Castle Farm

Castle Farm EnmoreCastle Farm was built  in the mid 17th Century by a group of dutch settlers who longing for a home from home built a house with an ornate gabled style reminiscent of their local architecture.

Castle Farm is mentioned by Pevsner in his guides to The Buildings of England and is described by him there as The Dutch House.

The house can be found opposite the church in Enmore, Somerset, a pretty Quantock Village linked to the Earls of Egmont who built Enmore Castle and many of the other houses in the village.  For more information on the village of Enmore and St Micheal’s Church please click here

Over the years the Castle Farm has served as a working farm supplying the needs of Enmore Castle, a rectory and now my home.

We are able to hold events here for up to 50 people in our Summer Room.  Please use the form at the bottom of the page if you would like to inquire about venue hire.

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