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is a thriving coastal destination with stunning scenery, excellent walking and cycling opportunities and home to the longest heritage steam railway in the country.

is a picturesque medieval village which is dominated by its historic castle. The Yarn Market, Tithe Barn and wealth of listed buildings, together with its collection of exclusive galleries and shops, make Dunster a fascinating place to visit.

A focus of culture down the ages, Bath was a spa town in Roman times and the height of fashion in the Georgian period. The Pump Room is well worth a visit and there is a fine medieval abbey to explore.

is home to a stunning medieval cathedral and the Bishop’s Palace. There are twice weekly markets and a superb range of shops.

Cheddar Caves & Gorge
Discover enchanting illuminated caves, dramatic cliffs and the fascinating pre-historic world of our cannibal ancestors.

is one of England’s most picturesque villages and is headquarters of the Clark’s shoe empire. Clark’s Village has over 90 retail stores on site and a range of dining facilities.

lies between the Quantock and Blackdown Hills in the spectacular Vale of Taunton Deane. The town has many fine features, such as Taunton Castle which houses the County Museum and Hesterton Gardens, comprising of 40 acres of woodlands, formal terraces and lakes.

is bursting with things to see and do for all ages, whether it’s historic houses, churches, parks and gardens or a trip to the zoo.

is a traditional seaside resort which boasts seven miles of sandy beach and a fine esplanade and seafront overlooking Bridgwater Bay. Another famous feature of the resort is its unique nine-legged lighthouse, which was built in the 1830’s and is still used as an active aid to navigation.

is magnificently situated, with sweeping views of the Severn Estuary and Welsh coastline to one side and the stunning Gordano Valley to the other. The town boasts a stylish new marina, striking displays of public art, a retail museum, zoo farm and various National Trust houses and gardens close by.