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As a county rich in wildlife, Somerset unsurprisingly has a huge number of nature reserves. These are great places to visit. Most are open all year and many allow dogs. With such a diverse landscape, Somerset’s reserves encompass meadows, cliffs, hills, downs, woods, waterways and wetlands.Somerset Wildlife Trust looks after 70 of the County’s reserves and they are listed on its website: www.somersetwildlife.org along with a range of events throughout year organised by the Trust.
Nature Reserves in Somerset
In the mystical land of Avalon, far far away: rests a tipping point between history and mystery.
A centrally-located golf course with far reaching views
Comfortable self catering accommodation within a beautifully restored Old Rectory Coach House
Georgian farmhouse B&B accommodation with self catering converted barns
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