Our Location

We are fortunate to be in an area of outstanding natural beauty, and very close to a lot of our counties tourist spots.

Deerleap ViewPoint

From this stunning vantage point we have sweeping views south across the flat land of the Somerset Levels. On a clear day, looking east you can see the dark line of hills marking out Exmoor National Park and if you look in a west south-west direction you can even spot the Bristol Channel glistening in the distance.

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Ebbor Gorge National Nature Reserve

Ebbor Gorge is a limestone gorge in Somerset, England, designated and notified in 1952 as a 63.5-hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in the Mendip Hills. It was donated to the National Trust in 1967 and is now managed by Natural England as a national nature reserve.

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Priddy is a picturesque village that offers visitors a range of interesting activities to enjoy. One must-visit attraction is the 11th Century Church, which features stunning architecture and a rich history. Another popular destination is Nine Barrows, a Bronze Age burial site located in the nearby countryside. Priddy Circles, a series of prehistoric stone circles, are a fascinating glimpse into the area’s ancient past. Lastly, nature lovers can explore the stunning Mendip Hills, which offer breathtaking views and several public footpaths and bridleways to enjoy.

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City of Wells

Wells, Somerset is a beautiful city filled with historic landmarks like Wells Cathedral, the Bishops Palace, and Vicar’s Close. Visitors can also enjoy the Wells Museum and a twice-weekly market for shopping.

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Wookey Hole Caves

Wookey Hole Caves are a series of limestone caverns, a show cave and tourist attraction in the village of Wookey Hole on the southern edge of the Mendip Hills near Wells in Somerset, England. The River Axe flows through the cave. It is a Site of Special Scientific Interest for both biological and geological reasons.

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Glastonbury, Somerset is famous for its spiritual significance and history, with landmarks such as Glastonbury Tor, Challis Well, and the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey. The town also offers a variety of interesting shops for visitors to explore.

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