Places To See
Dunster Working Watermill, National Trust
On site of a mill mentioned in the Domesday Survey of c1086. The present mill dates from 18thC and was restored to working order.
Barrington Court, located in the stunning south Somerset countryside, is a charming Tudor manor house complimented beautifully with Gertrude Jekyll-inspired gardens, apple orchards and a working kitchen garden.
Historic home of the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge in Somerset near BridgwaterAs in the poets’ day, there is still wilderness, heathland and a rocky shoreline where you can lose yourself in thought. The mix of heath on the top is a characteristic of the Quantocks and includes heather, whortleberry, gorse, bracken and wavy-haired grass. There is woodland too, once prized as a source of timber for ship building and now by walkers for its tranquillity. The oaks here are Sessile with acorns that grow directly on the branch and twisted trunks.
Fortified home of the Luttrells for 600 years, remodelled 100 years ago. Fine 17thC staircase and plaster ceilings. Terrace garden of rare shrubs.
Montacute House is a masterpiece of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture and design
The Bishop’s Palace and Gardens has been home to the Bishops of Bath and Wells for over 800 years and this stunning medieval palace is open for all to enjoy. It is a great family day out in Somerset.
What better location in central Bath than adjacent to The Abbey.
4 beautiful 4 star rated self catering properties sleeping from 2-23 near Taunton.
Visit the Cross Keys Inn and you’ll find a traditional, real ale, Somerset country pub.
Browse through an array of beautiful gifts and local produce at the Hestercombe Shop.
Explore Somerset’s towns, cities and villages with a self-guided, mystery themed walking Treasure Tr
Millfield Enterprises run a number of activity and sport courses for children during the school holi