Stay a while longer and discover the wider West Country area, a place of celebrated beauty spots, ancient monuments and vibrant cities.
Lace up your boots and explore the incredibly beautiful countryside, whether it’s spectacular coastal paths along an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the tranquil stillness of ancient woodlands or roaming the wild moorlands.
Back to civilisation to discover the many historic sites including the Roman City of Bath, famed for its plethora of revitalising spas with natural hot springs, fantastic shopping and vibrant contemporary culture. Or, spend a while strolling the multiple historical sites including medieval Glastonbury Abbey, rumoured to be the final resting place of the legendary King Arthur.
Food lovers won’t be disappointed either, after a busy day exploring head to one of the numerous outstanding independent eateries dotted around the country.
Royal Crescent Bath
One of Bath’s most iconic landmarks, this row of sweeping Georgian terraced houses has long been a draw for Hollywood producers and visitors alike.
An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the rolling Mendips are recognised as one of England’s most special places.
This Grade I listed former monastery dates back to the 7th Century and, if legend is to be believed, is the final resting place of King Arthur.