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The Bishops Palace
East Lambrook Manor Gardens
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Christmas in Somerset
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Somerset Towns and Villages
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Visiting, Staying & Living in Somerset
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Dog Friendly Accommodation in Somerset
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Just 20 miles south of Bristol with easy access from the M5 motorway at junction 21, great rail links and on a variety of bus routes, you can be at our glorious, sandy beach in no time.So ask yourself, why put yourself through traffic jams and hold-ups for longer than you need? We Love Weston, and so will you!
Clevedon radiates calm and a traditional seaside experience from its prominent place on the Somerset coastline looking out on the Severn Estuary.Once a farming village, its proximity to Bristol meant that it developed during the Victorian era into a seaside town with a character that still entrances visitors to this day.
Set between the foothills of Exmoor National Park and the Somerset coast, Dunster is probably the largest and most intact medieval village in England. We are a national treasure!
Welcome to Glastonbury, possibly the quirkiest town in England. Steeped in history, myth and the smell of incense. The home of the famous Glastonbury Festival and where the foundations of European Christianity began.
Frome’s welcoming charm is instant, so it’s no surprise that the town’s been named one of Time Out’s best weekend breaks from London. The picturesque town is the perfect destination for a day trip or short break. Explore medieval streets lined with independent stores, experience award-winning markets, soak up the thriving arts scene, indulge in local culinary delights and venture into the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Sitting at the end of the Polden Hills, with views of Glastonbury Tor and the Mendip Hills. Street is perfectly situated to explore the surrounding countryside, whilst enjoying all of the sites and facilities that the village has to offer.
Minehead offers the perfect destination for a family seaside holiday. It boasts a wonderful long flat sandy beach, a charming harbour, a bustling town with Independent shops and cafes and heritage attractions.