Our guide to holiday cottages in Wells, Somerset

Did you know...Wells is England’s smallest city?

Not only is Wells the only city in Somerset, but it’s also the second smallest found in England (after the City of London). If ever there was proof that small is beautiful then this is it. A visit to Wells and the surrounding villages are the perfect way to enjoy this old corner of England. Wells cathedral is one of Somerset’s most stunning attractions, and there is history at every turn. Somerset’s elegant architecture draws thousands of visitors each year, and it’s easy to see why it’s often the backdrop in many films.

The Circus of Horrors at Wookey Hole

Now here’s something that’ll make your October memorable: the world-famous Circus of Horrors, currently performing in London’s West End, returns to the Wookey Hole to celebrate Halloween in the infamous style that got them rampaging into the finals of Britain’s Got Talent. Since their first appearance at the 1995 Glastonbury Festival, the highly entertaining mix of grotesque story and some...

North Wootton & Worminster from Wells

This circular walk is just under ten miles long and takes in one of the most stunning landscapes in Somerset. The walk starts at the point where the Mendip Hills roll into the Somerset Levels between the city of Wells and picturesque North Wootton. The first half of the walk follows The Monarch’s Way, which is a 615 mile footpath...
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