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Beautiful and intimate 18th-century landscape garden.
Ferne Animal Sanctuary is set in 51 acres of countryside on the Devon/Somerset border. Ferne takes in unwanted, abandoned and neglected animals and gives them a fantastic life either at the sanctuary or by finding them a special forever home
At its heart Tyntesfield is a Victorian country house and estate, which serves as a backdrop to the remarkable story of four generations of the Gibbs family. Their tale charts the accumulation of wealth from the guano trade, transformation of a Georgian house to a Victorian Gothic masterpiece and the collection of over 50,000 objects.
Fyne Court is a hidden gem in the heart of the Quantock Hills. Lose yourself in this wild garden, reclaimed by nature after once being part of a family estate.
Opened in 1900, the Victoria Art Gallery boasts an outstanding collection of paintings, sculptures and decorative arts. The gallery is located in the centre of Bath, near the famous Pulteney Bridge. Entry to the permanent exhibitions is free.
Built between 1175 and 1490 Wells Cathedral in Somerset has been described as “the most poetic of the English Cathedrals”.
Celebrated plantswoman, the late Margery Fish’s unique, informal and immensely charming Grade-1 listed English cottage garden. With noted collections of snowdrops, hellebores and geraniums, specialist plant nursery, cafe and gallery.
The Museum of Somerset tells the county's story from prehistoric times to the present day using real objects combined with evocative films, sounds and images, and the voices and words of Somerset people past and present.
Be amazed by this huge fun collection!
Enjoy our family-run lavender farm, with spectacular views and wonderful gardens. Stop off for home made refreshments and shop for fragrant lavender products made with our own produce.
Complete a memorable trip to the seaside and enjoy the spectacular views from Tiffany's.
Sharpham Park is a 300 acre estate in the heart of the Somerset Levels.
Visit the Cross Keys Inn and you’ll find a traditional, real ale, Somerset country pub.