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Somerset : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Natural Feature
“Cheddar Gorge is fantastic for a day out, exploring the caves, shops and cafes all a short drive from Barley Wood. Home of the Cheddar strawberries and of course Cheddar cheese. ”
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Galerie d'art
“A great space with regular exhibitions, a beautiful garden designed by Piet Oudhof and a fantastic restaurant. Bookings for the restaurant advised. Exhibits are free.”
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Zoo
“Longleat Adventure Park and Safari is a stunning venue set in the heart of Wiltshire boasting one of the largest safari parks in the UK. Further benefits include boat trips on the lake to see the Gorillas, The Longleat Express and the stunning Stately Home”
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Historic Site
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“When Stourhead first opened in the 1740s, a magazine described it as ‘a living work of art’. The world-famous landscape garden has at its centrepiece a magnificent lake reflecting classical temples, mystical grottoes, and rare and exotic trees, and offers a day of fresh air and discovery. Uncover the fascinating history of Stourhead house with an Italian ‘Grand Tour’ adventure and enjoy the unique Regency library, Chippendale furniture and inspirational paintings. The Palladian house is set amid ‘picnic perfect’ lawns and extensive parkland. Explore the 1,072 hectare (2,650 acre) Stourhead estate where chalk downs, ancient woods and farmland are managed for wildlife. Dogs are welcome in the landscape garden from March-October after 4pm, after 3pm in November and all day, every day from December-February. Please help us by keeping your dog on a lead and picking up after it when in the landscape garden. Dogs are welcome across Stourhead’s countryside areas all year round.”
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Monument / Point de repère
“Glastonbury Abbey and Tor The ruins of Glastonbury Abbey, which is the burial site of King Arthur and Queen Guinevere, are well worth a visit. Steeped in history and surrounded by myths of the Holy Grail, the whole town has a mystical feel. Take a walk up Glastonbury Tor for a spectacular view of the Somerset Levels. Location: Approximately 45 minutes 22 miles ”
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Outlet Mall
“Street is around a 30 minute drive, or using the number 21 bus you can get to Street Via Bridgwater Bus Station. There are lots of branded outlet shops to look around and a ideal day out if you just wanted a walk around somewhere new.”
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Restaurant
“Great breakfast and amazing stone oven cooked pizzas - also don’t miss the cocktail hour on Fridays 7-8pm!”
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Église
“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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Quartier
“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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Establishment
“Amazing caves, stunning scenery , fantastic walks and grab a cream tea to reward yourself for all that walking!”
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Scenic Lookout
“Wookey Hole makes for a great day out for the whole family. Go down into the caves and learn about their history and the Wookey Hole Witch!”
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Historic Site
“Glastonbury Abbey is around a 38 minute drive, or using the number 21 Bus you can get to Glastonbury Via Bridgwater Bus Station. It is a beautiful area to visit with many health food and quirky shops. With the Glastonbury Tor up the Highstreet it's a wonderful day out.”
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Église
“The Cathedral City of Wells Wells is just 5 miles away from The Post House and well worth a visit. This ancient City features an array of beautiful streets and historic buildings, as well as a stunning Cathedral, The Bishops Palace and The Vicars Close (the oldest inhabited Street in England). Wells is also home to a number of outstanding restaurants and boutique shops. In the market square on Wednesdays and Saturdays there is a great Farmers Market - not to be missed! For information about Wells Cathedral visit their website. Location: Wells is 25 minutes drive - 12 miles away. ”
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Restaurant
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“Excellent locally sourced menu at the Hauser and Wirth gallery in Bruton. Booking essential.”
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Establishment
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“Stunning National Trust Property with an offshoot of the National Portrait Gallery. Lovely gardens and a cafe too!”
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Monument / Point de repère
“Around a 38 minute drive from Burnham on Sea the Bishops Palace along with the Wells Cathedral 5 minutes round the corner its one place to definitely visit.”
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