Visit Somerset

A full round up of all the latest attractions, events and things to do in Somerset.

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Cannington Walled Gardens and Tea Rooms 2.2 miles

 Walk to  our neighbouring village of Cannington along the  River Parrett.

Hestercombe Gardens 12.5 miles (pictured above)

Enjoy a scenic ride over the beautiful Quantock hills to this unique combination of three centuries of garden design: Coplestone Warre Bampfylde’s Georgian landscape garden, the Victorian terrace and shrubbery and the stunning Edwardian garden design by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jekyll.

Dunster Castle and Gardens 19.8miles

Dunster is a very popular place for our visitors situated in the sweeping hills of The Exmoor National Park .It is a medieval village with an ancient castle, priory, dovecote, yarn market, inns, packhorse bridge and a mill.

The Bishops Palace in Wells 27.3 miles

Wells is a beautiful city on the southern edge of the Mendip Hills and the Cathedral is well worth a visit.


Kilve Beach   ( 8 miles)

Great for rock pools and fossils – before you go ask us for some hammers!

Watchet (14 miles)

A quaint little coastal town with a busy marina and a selection of individual little shops.

Burnham on Sea (16.8 miles)

Miles of sandy beaches for great seaside walks.

Blue Anchor (17.4 miles)

Enjoy a great lunch or afternoon cream tea at The Drift Wood Cafe – great food and very dog friendly.

Minehead. ( 22.7 miles)

There is a selection  of beaches at Minehead. Great day out if you catch the Steam Train down from one of the station on route!

Weston super Mare. (28 miles)

Various beaches to choose from – fun for kids ! Visit the spectacular

Horse riding

Quantock Trekking centre

Catering for all abilities with beautiful rides on the hills.

Podshavers. (12 miles)

Fabulous food in a relaxed atmosphere. Terrific Sunday lunch. We would recommend booking in advance.