Exploring Quirky Buildings

This is one of the most quirky buildings i’ve ever had the pleasure to explore. Even as almost a grown up (33) I found my self trying every door and gate in this place. Then i got drunk, woke up in the morning and did it all again.

5 responses to “Exploring Quirky Buildings”

  1. Ronan

    Couldn’t agree more. Endlessly facinating house. You’d think the 17th Century occupants had just popped out for a loaf.

  2. Isobel Jewell

    Thanks for posting these. I used to go to Bardon a lot as a child when I was riding in Somerset and it was always a completely bizarre place, owned by a white-haired old gentleman called Roy. I remember there being a room full of stuffed animals that I was always too terrified to go in! Great to re-live old memories in any case.

  3. nina george

    I loved these pictures. Thank you for sharing. I used to go there when I was in my 20’s and 30’s I really must get to see Roy again soon.
    Nina

  4. Alice Dainton

    I love these photos! I visited every year when I was a child, and want to make another trip there this summer!
    I can’t seem to get hold of Roy, does anyone have his number?
    Thanks! :)

  5. 219. Washford, SOMERSET. – Gazetteer of British Ghosts (1971)

    […] Weldon (@mydo_), Bardon House […]

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