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Natural Feature
“The bottom can be VERY touristy - at the top there are some great walks and a number of pubs close by.”
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Galería de arte
“Extraordinary exhibitions of contemporary art, in stunning converted barns with gardens by renowned landscape designer Piet Oudolf and a great restaurant with outdoor terrace. Great day out within 20 minutes drive.”
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Monumento / lugar emblemático
“For those energetic enough to climb a mountain! Ask us to pack you a great picnic for your walk up the Tor.”
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“Safari Park and House. Definitely advise on a car! About 20 miles from Bath”
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Outlet Mall
“A huge variety of shops and outlet stores if you fancy going on a spending spree! Lots of great bargains to be found.”
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Sitio histórico
“This is a National Trust venue with a lovely house and gardens . There are a couple of places to choose from to eat and the local area has many fantastic walks.”
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“Situated in a Grade II Listed former chapel, our all-day restaurant uses the best West Country produce and brings a relaxed Mediterranean approach to British food.”
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“One of the most exquisite cathedrals in England. The cathedral's facade is iconic of Somerset. Wells cathedral is an absolute must see for fine architecture and cultural appreciation. ”
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“5* Great all year round. We went at Christmas for the festival of lights which was brilliant. Driving your car through the monkeys and lions is a fab experience.”
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“A short drive to Wells Cathedral and the swans in the moat. The cathedral is set in the medieval heart of England’s smallest city and is the earliest English cathedral to be built in the Gothic style. It houses a most interesting clock and has been described as "the most poetic of England's great Cathedrals. Wells is great for wandering around, especially on market days - Wednesday and Saturday”
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“A 15th-century pub, cosy and stylish set in the pretty village of Mells. Inside, a warren of passageways, low doorways, nooks, crannies and beams. Local ales, fine wines and lovely pub food. Roaring fires, cosy old armchairs, candlelight and delicious food, ales and ciders. Bring your dog and ask for the free written guides for local walks ”
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“Montacute, Somerset. Built at the end of the 16th century, this is considered to be one of the most beautiful Elizabethan houses in England. Be sure to visit the Long Gallery with it's fabulous portraits.”
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“You can only sit outside underneath an awning so dress up warm. Beautiful though. You won’t be able to go into the gallery, well you could take it in turns. Good walks all around here though. You could park here, walk to Bruton and back.”
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“Medieval town with a castle, Dunster by candlelight in early Decmber is a must visit.”
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Sitio histórico
“The drive from the bnb to Glastonbury takes about half an hour. Explore the beautiful abbey, walk up the famous Tor or sit in one of the quirky tea / coffee shops and take in the unique feel of this wonderful, historic and slightly eccentric town!”
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“Wookey Hole Caves is extremely popular for family days out. Not only are there the famous caves there are many other attractions to be enjoyed! See here for details.”
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