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The historic City of Wells is just a short 45 minute drive from the beautiful City of Bath (UNESCO World Heritage City).
Known around the world for its remarkably preserved Roman Baths and Georgian splendour, Bath is the only UK city to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The restorative quality of the hot springs that bubble up naturally has been recognised since the earliest of times and still draws visitors in their droves today. The City is packed with places to eat, drink, shop and dream of days gone by. Rich in culture and architecturally astounding, Bath is one of Britain’s most historical and and appealing cities. Home to the famous Roman Baths, alongside the celebrated Bath Rugby team, it’s been welcoming visitors for over 2,000 years.
Paulton is a large village with approximately 2,620 homes, located to the north of the Mendip Hills and is one of the largest in Bath & North East Somerset. Paulton is a former coal-mining village and the name Paulton is thought to have derived from the word ‘peall’ meaning village on the hillside.
Camerton is home to about 600 people living in 258 dwellings spread over a large geographical area (2 miles by 2 miles).
Nunney is a beautiful village with much of historic interest.
Historic village dominated by the ruined castle.
Situated on the northern slope of the valley of the Cam Brook, Dunkerton has been in existence for a thousand years or more.
The historic village of Saltford is a large village (4,200 residents) situated alongside the A4, the River Avon, and the main-line railway with the Bristol to Bath cycle-path passing through. Saltford is surrounded by green belt land which preserves a rural setting for the village. Saltford is a perfect hub for activities in the Avon Valley and has a vibrant community with as many residents aged 17 years and under as over 65.
Priston is a small village just five miles south of Bath, enveloped by fields which are vibrant with yellow rapeseed flowers in spring and golden with ripening crops in summer.
Timsbury is an attractive village to visit in north east Somerset, surrounded by lovely rolling hills and valleys.