Somerset Towns and Villages
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Things To Do
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.
Shepton Mallet Prison open from 20th JuneBuilt in 1610 following on Act introduced by King James I, which stated that all counties had to have their own ‘House of Correction’; Shepton Mallet was the oldest working prison in the United Kingdom...
Our Minehead resort is located in the beautiful seaside town just opposite the beach in the heart of Exmoor, in Somerset.
Phased Re - opening to the public from the 15th June.Ferne Animal Sanctuary is set in 72 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
Beautiful and intimate 18th-century landscape garden.
Historical well with legends in Glastonbury, Somerset.Chalice Well at the foot of Glastonbury Tor.
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.
Glastonbury Abbey, Glastonbury, Somerset is connected with legend to a degree that is unparalleled by any other abbey in England. Since Medieval times it has held legendary status as the earliest Christian foundation in Britain linked to Joseph of Arimathea and the burial place of King Arthur.
Create your own adventure at Wimbleball Lake.
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.
Stay at the magnificent Edgar Townhouse hotel.
A visit to the Regency Tea Room is very much part of the Jane Austen Centre experience.
The Masons Arms is a picture postcard thatched pub in a ham stone village close to Yeovil.
Meadows’ famous farmers breakfast is made using award-winning sausages from our own butchers