The city of Bath is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and famous for its Roman Baths and stunning Georgian architecture. With building such as the Royal Cresent, The Circus, The Pump & Assembly Rooms and the Bath Abbey, there is plenty to enjoy. Made famous by the Roman Baths, which you can still visit today, it is a city steeped in history. You can walk in the footsteps of Jane Austen and also enjoy the thermal waters in the new modern spa. The seaonal Christmas Market, which surrounds the Abbey, draws visitors from all across the continent.
Bristol is the most populated city in the South West of England. Here you can find the modern shopping facilities of Cabbot Circus, along with historical sites such as the Clifton Suspension bridge and the S.S. Great Britain. With many theaters, bars and resturants along the historic waterfront.
Wells & Glastonbury
Wells is built around the stunning Catherderal and Bishops Pallace, along with regular famers markets held within the old market place and interesting shops, it is well worth a visit. Just a short distance from Wells is the mythical Glastonbury "Isle of Avalon" home and burial place of England's most famous King "King Arthur".
Many famous National Trust properties such as, Tyntersfield, Dyrham Park and Stourhead are within easy travelling distance. There are many walks with in the Mendips and Chew valley Lake area or days out to places such as Longleat House and Safari Park, Wookey Hole Caves and Cheddar Gorge.