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On the edge of the Somerset Levels, Cheddar’s elevation soars 500 feet to the top of Cheddar Gorge. Home to the country’s highest inland cliffs, Cheddar boasts one of Great Britain's most impressive landmarks alongside world-famous produce.
There are delights at every turn in Dunster, whether it be the castle on the hill with its magnificent stables or the packhorse bridge and working watermill. It is hardly surprising that in one of the most intact medieval villages in Britain there is so much to explore and hidden gems around every corner such as the Prior’s Dovecote, Tithe Barn and a church containing the longest Rood screen in the country. Set amid lush rolling fields that slope towards the sea, Dunster boasts picture-perfect houses, beaches, an ancient hilltop castle, and a quintessentially Somerset high street.
Timsbury is an attractive village to visit in north east Somerset, surrounded by lovely rolling hills and valleys.
Axbridge is a charming market town at the foot of the beautiful Mendip Hills, near to Cheddar, with a character all of its own. Once part of a Saxon defence system against the Viking invaders, its history goes back to King Alfred's time.
The parish of Westfield surrounds an ancient Roman Road, the Fosseway. Although Westfield was not named in the Domesday Book it finally got its full identity when it was named as a Civil Parish in 2011. Positioned between the towns of Midsomer Norton and Radstock, Westfield is emerging as a true community with a character all of its own.
The maritime history of Watchet colours every part of the town while the wild beauty of its coastline is untouched with ancient ammonite fossils lying on the shore, just waiting to be found.
Williton is a small town, home of West Somerset Council, situated on the junctions of the A39 and A358 roads from Minehead to Bridgwater and Taunton respectively.
Ubley Parish sits in the Yeo valley at the west end of the Chew Valley. It is bordered to the north and south with ridges of hills, most significantly the Mendips to the south. It sits within the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and close to Blagdon Lake.
Marksbury Parish encompasses the villages of Marksbury and Stanton Prior and the hamlet of Hunstrete.
Stowey is a small village within the Chew Valley in Somerset, England. It lies south of Chew Valley Lake and north of the Mendip Hills, approximately 10 miles south of Bristol on the A368 road Weston-Super-Mare to Bath.
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