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This early Tudor timber-framed wool merchant's house (circa 1500) provides a fascinating insight into local history.
Holnicote Estate makes up 12,000 acres of Exmoor National Park and is a contrasting landscape with everything from wild, rugged moorland and shingle beaches to ancient woodland and charming thatched villages.
The Octagon Theatre is owned and managed by South Somerset District Council. The venue offers a range of live events from ballet to comedy, opera, music and much more.
A small 14thC century moated castle, distinctively French in style.
Nature reserve in Somerset near Bridgwater, wildlife, otter, deer and hares aswell as birds.
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.
Home to the lords of the manor of Clevedon for centuries, the core of the house is a remarkable survival from the medieval period.
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
A beautiful and fascinating art collection in one of Bath’s great buildings.
A visit to the Regency Tea Room is very much part of the Jane Austen Centre experience.
At Castle Bow Restaurant in Taunton, we want you to enjoy a wonderful evening meal.
Cider Farm Shop in Somerset, near Burnham on Sea