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So much to experience
A former waste ground for dumping power station ash is now a tranquil nature reserve and thriving habitatfor a wide variety of plants and animals.
Poets’ Walk is a little over a mile in length but the area includes a wealth of features, including limestone grassland, woodland, a rich diversity of wildlife, an Iron Age fort, Second World War shelter, and stunning views across the Bristol Channel. The site is managed by North Somerset Council with help from the Friends of Poets’ Walk volunteer group and, thanks to their hard work, some old footpaths have recently been opened up. Poets’ Walk is a tranquil route around Church Hill and Wain’s Hill.
The UK’s only surviving Victorian twineworks with all its original machinery - and it works.A 100 metre 'Walk' on two floors with original twisting and treatment machinery driven by our 1927 Shanks oil engine.Local history, cider-making. A beautiful rural site with visitor facilities including cafe and cake! Covid: Precautions apply but our site is mostly outside.
After selling up our restaurant in Bath whilst working at our Farm at Wheddon Cross, we were looking to expand our farmhouse restaurant as we had most definitely outgrown our cozy front room dining experience.
The Berrow Dunes Nature Reserve walk is suitable for all walkers.
Rock Outdoors is a provider of outdoor adventure with an aim to bring the outdoors closer to all people, offering caving, climbing, abseiling and more!
This is an easy to moderate walk with historical interest as well as some wonderful views. Suitable for all walkers.
Our spacious but cosy Inn offers 5, AA 4 star en-suite rooms and the best award winning food and drink that Somerset and the south west have to offer.
Blake Museum is a 16th century house located in the heart of Bridgwater, a historic market town and port, first mentioned as Brugie in the Domesday Book of 1086.
The Apple Tree Inn is a large roadside pub dating back to 1674 which has retained many original features whilst adding a farm shop within the front bar area.
Somerset’s food and drink industry offers an abundance of produce available at local farm shops and delis. Find out where to shop for Somerset food and drink & more....
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