Local AttractionsPlenty to do
Cheddar Gorge is open all year. There are a number of activities that you can do, such as visiting the caves and real caving, rock climbing and Abseiling for those more adventurous. There is also an open top bus ride and a cliff top Gorge walk (approx. 3 miles)
Glastonbury is not only famous for its music festival!! The town is known for its history, including Glastonbury Lake Village, Glastonbury Abbey, Somerset Rural Life Museum and Glastonbury Tor, the many myths and legends associated with the town, and the Glastonbury Festival which takes place in the nearby village of Pilton.
Glastonbury Abbey is the legendary burial place of King Arthur. This is one of England’s earliest, most important and most fascinating abbeys, providing sanctuary, tranquillity, history and heritage in one special place. (approx. 30 mins)
The Tor is an iconic Somerset landmark. Climb up to St Michael’s Tower, sit down and take in the beauty of the place, the views are amazing
Often described as England’s smallest City, it is on the southern edge of the Mendip Hills. Saturdays and Wednesday are market days and you will still find the market in the square (approx. 8 miles).
Is without doubt one of Britain’s most imposing Cathedrals. It is the seat of the Bishop of Bath and Wells, who live at the adjacent Bishop’s Palace. Built between 1175 and 1490, Wells Cathedral has been described as “the most poetic of the English Cathedrals”.
Isle of Wedmore Golf Club
Is only 15 minutes away and one of many Golf Courses in Somerset. Here you are welcome to buy a round a golf without being a member.
At the heart of Bath stand the remains of one of the finest spas of the ancient world. See the ruins of the temple of Minerva. Visit the bath house where people bathed nearly 2000 years ago (approx. 50 mins drive).
Thermae Bath Spa
Britain’s original and only natural thermal spa. Pack your swimming costume and enjoy the experience.
The Roman Baths is one of the finest historic sites in Northern Europe, and one of the most popular tourist attractions in the UK. It is run by the Heritage Services section of Bath & North East Somerset Council.
Weston Super Mare
Steeped with Victorian history, Weston-super-Mare is located at the gateway to the South West of England, and with visitor numbers to the resort up year-on-year, isn’t it time you came to take a look?
Half-timbered buildings lean towards each other across a narrow street leading from the medieval square in the centre of this picturesque town. Once a river port and valued for its wool production, Axbridge is on the edge of the Mendips; overlooking the Levels and Bristol Water’s Reservoir. The town supports a number of independent shops and places to eat and drink.