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Glastonbury

Glastonbury town lies at the heart of Somerset and is of huge historical and archaeological importance. Probably best known for its myths and legends regarding Joseph of Arimathea and King Arthur. With celebrated ruins of its ancient abbey church and of course the Glastonbury Festival. With some beautiful countryside ideal for walkers, cyclists or just for relaxing.
15 Results In Or Near Glastonbury
5.5 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
17th Century Luxury accommodation set just outside the City of Wells with private ensuite B&B and self catering options, modern facilities including Wi-Fi.
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0.1 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
Glastonbury Abbey is connected with legend to a degree that is unparalleled by any other abbey in England. Since Medieval times, the abbey has held legendary status as the earliest Christian foundation in Britain linked to Joseph of Arimathea and the burial place of King Arthur.
14.2 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
Explore the stunning Barrington Court Gardens Created by influential horticulturalist, artist and writer Gertrude Jekyll, Barrington Court Gardens near Ilminster in Somerset is a beauty to behold, whatever the weather. Jekyll designed Barrington Court towards the end of her career in 1917 (she created over 400 gardens in the UK) and it is a garden of different character rooms. Wander through the hot room which is a blissful mix of lilies, dahlias and vibrant orange, red and yellow ann...
7.4 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
There's only one available bedroom at Greystones House, a charming 19th Century renovated blacksmith's forge in Castle Cary, Somerset... so suggest you snap
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8.3 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
Discover the beautiful Lytes Cary Manor and Gardens The impeccable topiary that lines the path leading to Lytes Cary Manor in Somerton, Somerset, says it all about this simple, beautiful Arts and Crafts garden. The house was once the home of medieval herbalist Henry Lyte who used the Niewe Herball book on herbal remedies as inspiration for his plantings and is now a delightful mix of shrubs, roses and perennials, thanks to a restoration project by Sir Walter Jenner. The herbaceous bo...
3.3 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
Woodlands Farmhouse is a countryside self-catering accommodation that is ideal for events, conferences and large family holidays, being fully equipped to sleep
8.6 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
This delightful cottage has three bedrooms and two bathrooms including an accessible ground floor bedroom and wetroom. The large kitchen/diner/sitting room opens out onto decking and a private garden. There is furniture and a barbecue for al fresco dining. There is a playground for little children and beyond the walled garden there are orchards and rolling fields to explore. The Cottage is only a short walk from the village pub and surrounded by great places to visit like Cheddar Gorge, Burnh...
8.3 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
Discover the beautiful Lytes Cary Manor The home of medieval herbalist Henry Lyte, the limestone house that is Lytes Cary Manor has been inhabited since the 14th century. It was passed through a succession of generations of the Lyte family until the 18th century and has been expanded and improved upon until the family were forced to sell in 1755. Highlights include the wonderful little chantry chapel used to hold masses to pray for the souls of family members, the Great Chamber ceil...
5.3 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
Adam & Martine Fellows opened Goodfellows in 2004. The cuisine features modern Mediterranean dishes fused with locally sourced produce from Somerset and fish fresh from Brixham. Fish is the Adam's speciality and his 5 course tasting menu is a must for visitors.
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6.4 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
The Lynch Country House B&B is a fabulous Georgian residence set in the heart of lush Somerset countryside on the edge of the medieval market town of Somerton, the ancient capital of Wessex. The house is Grade II* listed and is surrounded by well tended grounds with many specimen trees and flowers and a lake which is home to resident Black Swans. The perfect base to explore famous gardens, stately homes and many other places of interest - Bath, Bristol, Cheddar, Dorchester, Glastonbury, Sherb...
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6.2 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
With a Victorian gothic style that looks like it's jumped straight out of a 19th century novel, you'll fall in love with this former hunting lodge turned B&B. Set in the beautiful Mendip Hills just one mile from the cathedral city of Wells, it's got all the hallmarks of a cool country pile: posh-looking antique furniture to admire in the reception rooms, roaring fires to warm chilly hands, and a Victorian walled garden to stroll around, bursting with colourful English bluebells and featuring ...
8.5 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
Roger Saul, the founder of Mulberry, is the creative talent behind the gardens at Kilver Court, in Somerset. With a 100 metre herbaceous border, a subtropical island and a formal parterre, there is much to be admired and explored.
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8.6 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
Park Cottage sleeps six people comfortably, making it perfect for a smaller party or as an annexe to the main house, allowing for different dynamics among a lar
5.4 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
With over 800 years of history behind it, The Bishop's Palace is no stranger to providing elegant hospitality. This incredible wedding venue offers access to the medieval vaulted undercroft, the Long Gallery, a beautiful terrace, and acres of spectacular gardens - all of which make the perfect backdrop for wedding photographs.
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11.8 miles from the centre of Glastonbury
Explore the enchanting Tintinhull Garden Tintinhull Garden is a classic 20th century English garden surrounding a 17th century manor house, of high formality overlaid with an opulent yet carefully contrived planting. With varied borders, attractive kitchen garden and secluded lawns all neatly enclosed within walls and clipped hedges. The long vista down from the house is famous, as is the pool and cedar court with its ancient Yew tree. There is a white garden, and a fine pair of oppos...
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