A delightful break as we explore parts of Somerset & Wiltshire. Somerset is an enchanting county and has much to offer its visitors. No trip to Somerset is complete without a visit to England’s smallest city; Wells.
The historic market town of Devizes in Wiltshire is such a delight to visit with more than 500 listed buildings.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
In January: ExploreThe Beautiful City of Bath
In July: Admission to Hestercombe Gardens and the seaside resort of Minehead
All Dates: Historic Market Town of Devizes & the Timeless Village of Lacock
All Dates: Cathedral City of Wells
· In January & December: A full day excursion to the beautiful city of Bath. Then welcome to Bath, a city so beautiful and special that it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Independent, creative, unique and stylish, Bath is the only place in the UK where you can bathe in naturally hot spa water at Thermae Bath Spa and visit 2,000 year old original Roman Baths, making it the ultimate spa break destination for thousands of years
· In July: We enjoy a visit to Hestercombe Gardens, which are unique in that they span three centuries of garden design. Set within 50 acres, the Victorian Shrubbery, the Georgian Landscape Garden and the Edwardian Formal Gardens all offer a different experience. Following this visit we spend the afternoon in the seaside resort of Minehead.
· All Dates: An excursion which takes us to the historic market town of Devizes where we have chance to explore before moving on to visit the timeless village of Lacock.
· All Dates: A half day excursion to the small cathedral city of Wells. Wells is a medieval city nestling on the southern side of the Mendip Hills with the mystic Somerset Levels stretching away to the south and west. The history of Wells goes right back to Roman times when we know that there was a settlement, probably because of the springs that bubble up here. Wells gets its name from these springs which can today be found in the gardens of the Bishop's Palace.Back to top