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  • 7 miles – one of the front-runners as the site of King Arthur’s Camelot, Cadbury Castle is a Bronze and Iron age hill fort that is visible for miles around. There is only one track up to the earthwork ramparts and plateau at the top, and it can be slippery after rain or when following the cows who graze there. But it’s well worth the effort as the views are wonderful
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  • 7 miles gets you to Bruton where exhibitions change frequently at the gallery so it's best to click the link to see what's current. The Piet Oudolf garden is always worth a look too.
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  • is 28 miles from us in the 12th century castle at Taunton and tells the story of the county.
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  • 48 miles - smaller and less imposing than Stonehenge but somehow more intimate and atmospheric – and you can stroll among the stones
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  • 6 miles - is a gorgeous, intimate medieval manor house with an Arts & Crafts style garden. Round the corner and beautiful.
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  • 28 miles, 40 minutes. The county town and home of Somerset Cricket
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  • less than 3 miles from Tintinhull and 13 from The Pilgrims – to quote the National Trust Montacute is “A masterpiece of Elizabethan Renaissance architecture and design.” They are not wrong. The gardens are great too.
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  • 18 miles. An interesting and ‘buzzy’ town with lots of little shops and cafes. Packed to the rafters with artisans, historic buildings, beautiful independent shops and creative people, Frome is a wonderfully vibrant and eventful town. It is the perfect destination for discerning tourists looking for something just a little bit different on visits to Somerset.
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