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Attractions near Harleys Court Holiday Cottages

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Lytes Cary Manor (4 Miles)*
Lytes Cary Manor is the quintessential English manor house, surrounded by neat formal gardens of clipped yews and set amidst a wonderful Somerset landscape.
Muchelney Abbey (4 Miles)*
Muchelney, the atmospheric and once-remote 'great island' amid the Somerset Levels, has many rewards for visitors.
Tintinhull Garden (6 Miles)*
The delightful two-acre Somerset garden at Tintinhull is a fine example of how small can still be beautiful.
Glastonbury Tor (6 Miles)*
Visitors looking for a pleasant walk combined with a historic site which is possibly the resting place of the Holy Grail will enjoy a visit to Glastonbury Tor.
Glastonbury Abbey (6 Miles)*
The Abbey is set in 36 acres of beautifully peaceful parkland in the centre of the ancient market town of Glastonbury. It is traditionally the first Christian Sanctuary in Great Britain,
East Lambrook Manor Gardens (6 Miles)*
These internationally famous Grade 1 listed gardens were the inspiration of Margery Fish who was the undisputed 'Leading Lady of Gardening' from the 1950's until her death in 1969.
Montacute House (7 Miles)*
Montacute House is more than just another great stately home in the National Trust collection. It has some great unique features and human-interest stories in its history which deserve to be shared.
Barrington Court (8 Miles)*
Barrington Court is a 16th century manor house which epitomises the ongoing work of the National Trust. This is a lovely Tudor manor house with Gertrude Jekyll-inspired gardens.
Wookey Hole Caves (12 Miles)*
Britain's most spectacular caves and legendary home of the infamous Witch of Wookey.
Sherborne Museum (12 Miles)*
Sherborne Museum, located in the heart of the town, is home to more than 15,000 items of local history. It's a fascinating treasure trove for anyone researching the town's past.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Harleys Court Holiday Cottages
Somerton (1 Mile)*
Somerton is reputedly the 7th century Royal Capital of Wessex. The 17th century square, market cross, town hall, elegant houses and inns create an attractive townscape of outstanding architectural and historical interest.
Pitney (2 Miles)*
Long Sutton (2 Miles)*
Long Sutton is a picturesque village with a much photographed church, towering impressively above the village green and a Quaker Friends' meeting house dating from 1717.
Compton Dundon (3 Miles)*
Compton Dundon is really two villages. On Windmill Hill above Compton stands the monument to Admiral Hood, while Dundon Beacon is the site of an iron-age fort. Both provide interesting walks. Nearby is Turn Hill with extensive views across the levels.
Kingsdon (3 Miles)*
High Ham (3 Miles)*
High Ham is situated high on a wooded hill, with panoramic views across the levels. It has an interesting church with parts dating back to the Norman period and a 19th century thatched windmill unique in Britain.
Langport (3 Miles)*
Langport was formerly a river port on the Parrett, the story of the town and river is told graphically at the Visitor Centre at the western end of Bow Street.
Muchelney (4 Miles)*
In medieval times Muchelney was home to an influential Benedictine Abbey. Excavations of the 10th century abbey and the preserved remains of the 15th century cloister and abbot's house are in the care of English Heritage and can all be seen.
Charlton Mackrell (4 Miles)*
Long Load (4 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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