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  • Park in Bailey Hill if you can find a space. JM. If you're walking, rambling, or simply looking for a quiet time in the countryside, Cary can provide it. The Leland Trail , the Macmillan Way and Monarch's Way all pass near the town, as does the route to Glastonbury for many festival goers. And the view from the top of Lodge Hill is magnificent.
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    • Walking
  • This Somerset walk to the summit of Glastonbury Tor offers grand views across the surrounding countryside. Starting from Glastonbury centre, the route is a worthwhile way of spending a few hours when you are in the area.
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  • In the heart of the city, Thermae Bath Spa a remarkable combination of ‘old and new’ where historic spa buildings blend with the contemporary design of the New Royal Bath where you can now bathe in Britain’s only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago.By day and by night, you can now bathe in Britain’s only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters in the indoor
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  • The Mendip Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), are one of England’s most attractive landscapes. The distinctive limestone ridge rises from the flat Somerset Levels and Chew Valley just south of Bristol. The windswept plateau is punctuated by spectacular dry valleys and gorges, and impressive rocky outcrops. On the hilltops there are hundreds of ancient monuments, while on the steeper slopes flower rich grasslands and wooded combes
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    • Walking
  • The Viaduct Fisheries is one of the prettiest and most natural commercial fisheries in the country. Six well stocked lakes nestle in the beautiful Cary Valley. Constructed in the early eighties, the complex is very mature, with great character. This includes tree covered islands, lily beds, gullies and many marginal features. The stock is varied with many carp, including "species" to 28lbs; these are complemented with a healthy stock of
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  • This half day Caving session is ideal for anyone who has never ventured into the exciting world of cave exploration. The level of difficulty depends upon the group - for younger children it can be quite gentle, for keen adults we can make it very challenging! You will be kitted up in a special caving oversuit and equipped with a helmet, light and caver's belt. Wellington boots complete the outfit which
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    • Climbing
  • For the intrepid golfer Wheathill golf club is on our doorstep. Set in the countryside of Somerset is the gem that is Wheathill Golf Club. Not the longest course in the world, but don't let that fool you. At Wheathill you'll find a challenge for golfers of all abilities. Our members already know that this is probably the friendliest and most relaxed club in the West; you can find out
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    • Golf
  • The incredibly varied geography of Somerset means it is possible to enjoy a variety of different golf courses in one stay.There are more than 40 golf clubs in Somerset and they range from the relatively flat, where the major challenges are the water features, to the wild and windy with spectacular views.Some are just minutes from the motorway while others are tucked away in the foothills of protected landscapes.Some of
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