Old Malthouse

Monksilver, Somerset, Country village

Situated in the idyllic village of Monksilver on the edge of Exmoor National Park and only 3 miles from the coast, the Old Malthouse provides the perfect base from which to explore one of the most beautiful regions of the British Isles.

The Old Malthouse sits in the heart of the village, within a few moments walk of the highly rated Notley Arms public house which serves freshly prepared and locally sourced foods, along with a selection of Somerset’s finest ales, beers and ciders. There are a number of designated footpaths close to the property including the famous Coleridge Way. In 1583 Sir Francis Drake was married in the village church which is now a Grade 1 listed building.

On record as early as 1737 as a working malt house supplying malt to the local area, the property is full of character whilst benefiting from recent refurbishment. The focal point of the sitting room must be the inglenook fireplace and log burner for extra warmth after a busy day exploring. In warmer weather, guests can spend their evenings outside in the private courtyard garden or on the small lawn adjacent to the private gravelled parking area across the quiet road.