Tourist attractions that are nearest to CHEDDAR.
Grade II terraced gardens dating from 1900 and overlooking the city of Wells and Vale of Avalon. A separate early 19th century arboretum and orchard, known as the Coombe, contrast pleasantly with the ...
Fortified and moated medieval palace dating from the 13th century, adjoining the great Cathedral and still the residence of the Bishop of Bath and Wells. Interiors include the medieval chapel, ...
The only surviving monastic fishery building in England, this housed the Abbot of Glastonbury's water bailiff and provided facilities for fish-salting and drying.
This 14th-century town house, with a stone facade from the 16th century, was most likely used by a merchant for commercial purposes. It is now a tourist information centre.
Though the third largest collection of prehistoric standing stones in England, the three circles and three-stone 'cove' of Stanton Drew are surprisingly little-known. Recent surveys have revealed that they were only part of a much more elaborate ritual site.