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So much to experience
Located in the beautiful historical Old Town Hall building in the centre of the lovely old market town of Somerton, ACE holds an annual programme of free exhibitions. The retail space allows visitors to purchase items from exhibitors and other mainly local artists.
Sherborne Castle and GardensDiscover the historic Digby stately home built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594 and its great stories. See magnificent state rooms; Raleigh’s kitchen, relics from the Civil War and a museum in the castle’s cellars. Explore acres of impressive lakeside gardens and pleasure grounds in a stunning setting.
RESTAURANT & BAR WITH ROOMS
The Mendip Inn is an exciting country pub and coaching rooms concept at the foot of the Mendip Hills, near Glastonbury, owned and run by hospitality entrepreneur, Matthew Lowe.
When you’re travelling around Exmoor, you’ll come across mentions of Lorna Doone.
Discover the fascinating history of the flatner the origins of which date back to before the Viking invasion. The story is celebrated through photographs, full size displays and local fishing paraphernalia. There is a collection of scale models on the upper deck, and activities for children to enjoy.
Take a tour through salt-marshes and open grasslands justsouth of Uphill to see some award-wining nature reserves.
Take a peaceful stroll round the edges of Worle Hill, through the beautiful grounds of Worlebury GolfCourse to see stunning views of Clevedon, Sand Bay and across North Somerset.
Watchet Market House Museum houses a fine collection of local artefacts, fossils and marine paintings. The town’s rich maritime history features in many of the exhibits. With visitor numbers averaging 30,000 per season, this small Museum is a ‘not to miss’ attraction.
Somerset’s food and drink industry offers an abundance of produce available at local farm shops and delis. Find out where to shop for Somerset food and drink & more....
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