Things To Do
West Somerset Railway
Our Railway, a true country branch line of the old Great Western Railway is full of fascination whether you are looking for a nostalgic ride back in time through lovely countryside or to study the railway and industrial heritage which our line preserves..
Brean Down is a wonderful location for a day out in Somerset.
This early Tudor timber-framed wool merchant's house (circa 1500) provides a fascinating insight into local history.
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.
The Octagon Theatre is owned and managed by South Somerset District Council. The venue offers a range of live events from ballet to comedy, opera, music and much more.
Discover the heights of Somerset's famous Cheddar Gorge
The Oakhouse Hotel, situated in the market square of the historic Somerset Town of Axbridge.
Great Holiday Park just yards from the beautiful Sand Bay Beach
A beautiful boutique B&B set in its own grounds with lovely gardens.
Open to both residents and non-residents this proves to be a very popular eatery to all.
Built in 1795, the Pump Room is one of the most elegant and historical buildings in the country.
A stylish licensed coffee house, with specialty Brazier coffees