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Internationally famous as a haven for birdwatchers in particular, Somerset Wildlife Trust’s main site on the Peat Moors covers more than 100 hectares.
Late medieval house with large Gothic hall windows, originally residence of priests serving the parish church opposite.
A woodland garden and organic showpiece of international renown, Greencombe extends along a sheltered hillside below the tree-covered slopes of Exmoor and offers outstanding views over ancient fields onto Porlock Bay and the sea beyond
Glastonbury Tor is a well-loved Somerset landmark associated with myths and legends, but it is also a place where children can run about and have fun. Fields at the foot of the Tor are good for games or you could play at the top in the ruined tower.
Nature reserve in Somerset near Bridgwater, wildlife, otter, deer and hares aswell as birds.
Clifton Suspension Bridge Visitor Centre tells the story of the 'ornament of Bristol' and the people who built, maintain and treasure it. Explore the turbulent history of the ‘first love’ of famous British engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel through an award winning exhibition packed with family activities and staffed by knowledgeable volunteers.
In a beautiful valley of the river Frome, on the border between Wiltshire and Somerset and only nine miles from Bath, stands the remains of Farleigh Hungerford Castle.
The Gartell Light Railway runs on 2-foot-gauge track and was first opened to the public in 1990. At present, the GLR is three quarters of a mile long, and half a mile runs along the track bed of the old Somerset & Dorset Joint Railway.
Yeovil Railway Centre was formed in 1994 to preserve the original Southern Railway turntable installed in the late 1940’s and to provide facilities for main line steam.
Opened in 1869 by the Midland Railway as a through route between Birmingham and the South Coast our line was later linked to the iconic Somerset & Dorset Railway.
Roger and Sakina Buoy founded The Somerset Toiletry Company in 1999.
Overlooking the Blackdown Hills, The Column Room Restaurant at Hestercombe.
Enjoy delicious, locally sourced (where possible) food and drink in our delightful conservatory.