Robin Hood's Hut
|Robin Hoods Hut|
|Town or city||Goathurst|
|Client||Sir Charles Kemeys-Tynte|
It was built between 1740 and 1760 by Sir Charles Kemeys-Tynte. It had three rooms: an earth-floored hermit's room, a kitchen and a "china room" used for dining. It is fronted by an umbrello which is open air.
When the Somerset Buildings Preservation Trust started restoration work in 1997, with grants from English Heritage and the Heritage Lottery, the structure had neither roof nor windows, had lost much of its plasterwork and its umbrello was almost gone.
The building was acquired by the Landmark Trust in 2002 and is available as a holiday let.