Historical & Cultural
The Bishops Palace
East Lambrook Manor Gardens
Fantastic events across Somerset West and Taunton this month!
Somerset Towns and Villages
Popular Somerset Towns
Visiting, Staying & Living in Somerset
Somerset Wedding and Event Venues
Fascinating Somerset Facts
Somerset Food, Drink & More!
B&B. Guest Houses
Camping & Glamping
Farm Holidays Somerset
Holiday Parks Somerset
Somerset Self Catering
Stay In Bath
Bath Self Catering
Historic. Beautiful. Vibrant. The World Heritage city of Bath uniquely represents two thousand years of history in which visitors can immerse themselves either in thoughts and dreams or physically in the natural spring waters. Bath city combines three periods of history, Roman, Georgian and the modern exciting visitor destination of today that reflects its community in the county of Somerset.
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.
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.
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. Street is the birthplace of Clarks shoes, whose story began almost 200 years ago, when brothers, Cyrus and James Clark, started making slippers from sheepskin offcuts. Clarks grew into an international company, renowned for quality and innovation. Although the factory has long gone, Street is still home to Clarks HQ, and many of the surrounding buildings and terraces built for the workers, such as Wilfrid Road, themselves attract visitors, for their architectural qualities.