Bath - the Roman city Learn everything about Bath from its historic landmarks like the Roman Baths..Bristol Information
With a history rich in exploration and an ancient harbour at its beating heart, Bristol has grown..Cheddar Information
The area has been a destination of travellers and holidaymakers for centuries, each one curious to..Chard Information
This historic town has given birth to a number of notable pioneers: James Stringfellow, inventor of..Wells Information
Wells lies sheltered beneath the southern slopes of the Mendip Hills, and combines a wealth of..Yeovil Information
Yeovil has been a traditional market town for centuries.Nowadays its bustling streets are lined..Wookey Hole Information
Carved out under the limestone Mendip Hills over millions of years by the mysterious River Axe..Bridgwater Information
Bridgwater is a bustling town, with a wonderful history.A community has existed here for over 1,000..Street Information
Street stands just over a mile from Glastonbury, across the River Brue. In comparison with the..Somerton Information
Somerton grew to be the capital of Wessex in the 7th century until Alfred the Great established..See all locations in Somerset
In Somerset you will find a wonderful mixture of heritage, countryside and coast...
Nestling in the Mendip Hills is Wells - England's smallest city with a beautiful cathedral. Further south, you will be delighted by the quaint villages and stately houses built with honey-coloured stone.
This is a county alive with history and legend - walk in the footsteps of King Arthur and King Alfred, explore Exmoor - home of Lorna Doone and visit the mysterious Glastonbury Tor, rising out of the Somerset Levels (ancient wetlands) like a beacon.
Long sandy beaches and coastal resorts such as Minehead or Burnham-on-Sea contrasts with the dramatic rocky Exmoor coastline.
Somerset is cider and cheese country - why not see cheddar cheese being made in Cheddar Gorge or visit a Somerset cider producer to get a real taste of the West Country.
This is an area with a vibrant arts and crafts scene where many traditional skills are kept alive such as willow basket making which has been a feature of Somerset life for hundreds of years.
Somerset is easy to get to - just two hours from London, with excellent road and rail links.
Cornwall is the most south westerly county in England, and is most famous for its stunning scenery..The Cotswolds Information
A two thousand square kilometre patch of land spanning six counties in England’s south west..Gloucestershire Information
Gloucestershireis all that you dream of as your favourite image of the English countryside.Sleepy..Devon Information
Discover Devon - unique, glorious, wild and wonderful, rich in history - a really special place..Wiltshire Information
Known as "The gateway to the West Country", Wiltshire is a beautiful county of great diversity...Dorset Information
Get away from it all along the stunning Jurassic Coast, hunt for fossils on Dorset's picturesque..Stow-on-the-Wold Information
At a height of nearly 800 feet,Stow-on-the-Wold is the highest settlement in the Cotswold Hills...See all locations in England South West
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