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New Itinerary – Retail & Tudor History Therapy all rolled into one!

We are going to take you on a trip through North East Somerset and down into South Somerset, within the county that archaeologists believe is possibly the oldest known county in the UK, dating back over 2000 years.

You will trail blaze through over 1000 years of European Christianity , Medieval History and fashion heaven!

From the Home of Mulberry & Clarks Shoes, to some of the finest Tudor properties in England, not to mention the locations for some really famous films and TV adaptations, including, Jane Austen’s Emma and Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall.

You will be enthralled and spell bound, whilst treating yourself to fine Somerset produce, fashion and stunning historic architecture!

See the itinerary here, thanks to our friends at Visit Somerset, who have put this route together for us.

Glastonbury is less than an hour’s drive from Bath and even closer to our rural properties south of the city – see, for example, Upper Vobster Farm or The Home Cottage.

Facade of Montacute House

National Trust Barrington Court


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