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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.
Brean Down is a wonderful location for a day out in Somerset.
Discover the heights of Somerset's famous Cheddar Gorge
This early Tudor timber-framed wool merchant's house (circa 1500) provides a fascinating insight into local history.
Home to the lords of the manor of Clevedon for centuries, the core of the house is a remarkable survival from the medieval period.
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.
One of Bath’s great landmark buildings, only ten minutes’ walk from the centre of town, set within grounds – once enjoyed by Jane Austen – now with a stunning modern extension.
Nature reserve in Somerset near Bridgwater, wildlife, otter, deer and hares as well as birds.One of the country’s largest new wetland reserves lies to the east of Hinkley Point, created by the Environment Agency to defend villages inland as sea levels rise. Managed by The Wildfowl and Wetland Trust (WWT), Steart Marshes have the added benefit of providing rare saltmarsh habitat and attracting wildlife. Since its completion, avocets have bred on the reserve and it has been visited by glossy ibis, spoonbill and ringed plover. Water voles and otters are resident as are the cattle and sheep that graze there. A network of paths lead you round the reserve, to the River Parrett and Combwich village.
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.
Internationally famous as a haven for birdwatchers in particular, Somerset Wildlife Trust’s main site on the Peat Moors covers more than 100 hectares.
The Best Western Walton Park Hotel in Somerset enjoys a spectacular position
Myrtle House is a spacious family home that is well situated in a central, rural location.