Somerset Towns & Villages
Frome Tourist Information Centre, The Round Tower, 2 Bridge Street, BA11 1BB
Nunney is a beautiful village with much of historic interest.
Nunney is a beautiful village with much of historic interest. The centrepiece is the ruin of medieval Nunney Castle, inspired by French castles seen by Sir John de la Mare on campaign. The walls are largely intact and it is in perfect scale with its surroundings.
A Village Trail, available from Frome Tourist Information, is the best way to explore the points of interest including the parish church and the George, an old character coaching inn.
Once a year on the first Saturday in August the village streets are turned over to stalls of all kinds for a good old fashioned Street Fayre.
Nunney is approximately 2 miles west of Fome, off A371
For maps and journey planning go to www.multimap.com
Rail: Closest railway station is Frome
Bus: Regular bus service 161 from Frome to Wells, see Traveline for details
Frome Tourist Information CentreThe Round Tower2 Bridge StreetFromeBA11 1BBUnited Kingdom
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