Selworthy All Saints

This lime-washed church clinging to the S slope of Selworthy Beacon is a highly visible landmark. It is a fine light late 15th-century building with W tower, aisled nave and chancel. The waggon roof over the S aisle is particularly magnificently carved.

The mid 18th-century manorial pew built over the S porch and the organ loft are noteworthy.

SS 919 468, Signposted N off the A39 between Minehead and Porlock.

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** well worth a visit