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Christmas in Somerset
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Visiting, Staying & Living in Somerset
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Somerset Food, Drink & More!
Dog Friendly Accommodation in Somerset
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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.
Visit Shakspeare Glass for one of a kind handblown glass pieces from master glassblower Will Shakspeare, and a gallery with unique pieces from a selection of other British makers. Enjoy a slice of cake and a coffee while you’re here, with the best views in Langport!
While Glastonbury is widely known for its musical festival it was also the host of the first Somerset Farmers’ Markets in 1999!
Rolling green fields, reedbeds, rhynes and orchards make the flat and accessible Strawberry Line anideal route for families, dog walkers, cyclists and pedestrians.
Bruton Museum is nestled on the High Street, housed in the Dovecote Building just behind the Community Office. Founded in1989, it tells the story of Bruton’s colourful history and is anessential destination whether you are a visitor to Bruton or live inthe town.
A beautifully renovated Somerset farmhouse near the Mendip Hills, Bristol and Weston-Super-Mare offering luxury B&B and short guided walking breaks from June to October.
When you’re travelling around Exmoor, you’ll come across mentions of Lorna Doone.
A former waste ground for dumping power station ash is now a tranquil nature reserve and thriving habitatfor a wide variety of plants and animals.
Everyone’s a settler from somewhere - tweed clothing to travel the world.
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.
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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