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Glastonbury Abbey…..that Special place !
Normally quiet and tranquil ; such an atmosphere that, amongst the magnificent ruins, you can almost feel the prayerfulness of the people that have worshipped here for 2000 years.
There has been a church on this site since Anglo-Saxon times.
Glastonbury Abbey…..that Special place !Normally quiet and tranquil ; such an atmosphere that, amongst the magnificent ruins, you can almost feel the prayerfulness of the people that have worshipped here for 2000 years.
Built between 1175 and 1490 Wells Cathedral in Somerset has been described as “the most poetic of the English Cathedrals”.
Muchelney Abbey, which lies two miles south of Langport, was once a landmark in the Somerset Levels and still has much to offer its visitors – history lovers in particular will enjoy this fascinating site but there is also plenty for families to do.
In Washford lies one of the undiscovered jewels of Somerset, providing an interesting day out for families and budding historians alike. The Cistercian abbey of Cleeve is a haven of peace and tranquillity, said to contain the finest cloister buildings in England.
Downside Abbey is a Roman Catholic monastery, and is home to a community of Benedictine monks. The Abbey Church is a Minor Basilica and is dedicated to Saint Gregory the Great; it was described by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner as "the most splendid demonstrat
14th/15th-century farm buildings, formerly a priest's residence.
A visit to the Regency Tea Room is very much part of the Jane Austen Centre experience.
Situated within the Bristol Hippodrome Piano Bar.
Built in 1795, the Pump Room is one of the most elegant and historical buildings in the country.