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Ashton Court Estate, Bristol

The great estate of Ashton Court bristles with history. The heart of the estate is a magnificent mansion with a long elegant.....

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Barrington Court

Barrington Court is an attractive 16th-century house built in the engaging "E" shaped style of the period in mellow Ham Hill.....

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Bath Abbey

Bath Abbey is a beautiful building. The building is sited on the remains of a Norman Cathedral which itself replaced an 8th.....

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Bath Assembly Rooms

Bath's magnificent 18th century Assembly Rooms were opened in 1771. Known as the New or Upper Rooms they were designed by John.....

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Bath Botanical Gardens

One of the most delightful features of the Royal Victoria Park, the Botanical Gardens were formed in 1887 and within their 9 and.....

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Bath Museum of Costume

Bath museum of costume is a great experience, especially for anyone interested in either history or fashion. The collection.....

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Bath Pump Rooms

Bath is an important Spa and cultural centre, one of its most famous buildings is the elegant Pump Room of the baths built.....

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Beckford's Tower & Museum

Designed by Henry Edmund Goodridge in 1825 for William Beckford, one of the nation's most accomplished and interesting characters.....

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Bishop's Palace, Wells

The Bishop's Palace in the enchanting tiny cathedral city of Wells where there is a predominance of beautiful buildings, is.....

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Bristol Cathedral

The great, stirring building of Bristol Cathedral was initially given cathedral status by Henry VIII, at this time it was a.....

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Buildings of Bath Museum

"The Best Treat in Bath" - The Daily Telegraph Discover how the City of Bath was transformed from a small provincial spa town.....

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Cabot Tower, Bristol

One of two towers dominating the Bristol skyline, and not far from Brunel's Suspension Bridge, Cabot tower stands 100ft high.....

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Cheddar Caves and Gorge

The mile or so of pale-grey limestone cliffs rising above the winding road through Cheddar is awesome in its untamed beauty, it.....

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Clevedon Court

The beautiful manor house known as Cleveden Court was built in the 14th century. It retains many original features including an.....

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Clifton Suspension Bridge

Bristol's graceful Clifton Suspension Bridge was designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It spans the Avon Gorge some 245ft above.....

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Coleridge Cottage

Home of the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge...

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Dunster Castle & Garden

The high walls of Dunster Castle look down over the quaint village of Dunster from its imperious setting atop of a classically.....

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Dunster Watermill

Fully restored 18th century working watermill...

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Exmoor National Park

A castle perched high above the sea dominates the north-eastern corner of Exmoor. For hundreds of years Dunster Castle has stood.....

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Farleigh Hungerford Castle

In 1383, the then Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Thomas Hungerford had to be pardoned for building Farleigh Hungerford.....

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