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Hurds Hill is a Regency country house set amidst the rolling hills of Somerset. It was the home of Langport’s most famous resident, Walter Bagehot, who is regarded as one of the 19th century’s most influential writers on government, the constitution, banking and finance. He was editor of the Economist for 16 years from 1860 to 1876.

The house offers modern meeting rooms and residential accommodation in five acres of private and peaceful grounds with far-reaching views over the Somerset Levels.

With 15 individually designed bedrooms; breakfast, buffet lunch and dinner with wines in the evening, we have everything you need for a successful business meeting or the chance to learn a new skill in a relaxed environment.


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