The Cross and the Carew Arms 1929
Further south, Crowcombe is the largest village on
the western flanks of the Quantocks, and once was a
small market town. In the park to its north is
Crowcombe Court, a Georgian country house built in
the 1720s and 1730s for Thomas Carew. It is in brick,
rather than stone, but cannot easily be seen from the
village. Near the entrance to the main drive is this
fine medieval market cross; beyond is the 18th-
century Carew Arms, now with its render removed.
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