Somerset Towns and Villages
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Internationally famous as a haven for birdwatchers in particular, Somerset Wildlife Trust’s main site on the Peat Moors covers more than 100 hectares.
Glastonbury Tor is a well-loved Somerset landmark associated with myths and legends, but it is also a place where children can run about and have fun. Fields at the foot of the Tor are good for games or you could play at the top in the ruined tower.
Holnicote Estate makes up 12,000 acres of Exmoor National Park and is a contrasting landscape with everything from wild, rugged moorland and shingle beaches to ancient woodland and charming thatched villages.
A small 14thC century moated castle, distinctively French in style.
Late medieval house with large Gothic hall windows, originally residence of priests serving the parish church opposite.
Yeovil Railway Centre was formed in 1994 to preserve the original Southern Railway turntable installed in the late 1940’s and to provide facilities for main line steam.
14th/15th-century farm buildings, formerly a priest's residence.
Medieval house with Great Hall, completed 1293 - with kitchen added in the 15th century.
Greyfield Farm Cottages is situated between the Cities of Bristol, Wells & Bath
A warm welcome awaits you at St. Audries Bay.
Doubleton Farm has 13 character holiday cottages set in 4 acres of countryside
Sheppy's Cider, Somerset is one of the longest established cider companies in the UK.
Visit the Cross Keys Inn and you’ll find a traditional, real ale, Somerset country pub.
Hosting a superb range of seasonal fruit and vegetables, freshly baked bread, and more...