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A charming little coastal town with an active Marina, Watchet was first recorded during the dark ages, when St Decuman arrived from South Wales and acted as a physician, arbitrator and pastor to the local community. He arrived on a raft with a cow as a companion!
Watchet is unique in that it still retains the Court Leet system of medieval administration, albeit only in name. Posts include Portreeve and the coveted position of Ale Taster. The Star Inn, won the Somerset 2006 CAMRA award for real ale. It's unclear if the Ale Taster had a hand in this!
Somerset TA23 0AG
Brindley Villa is a large Victorian family house, built in 1871 and located in a quiet, tree-lined residential road on the Southern side of the City. We are just a 5-7 minute lazy stroll on level roads from the centre of Bath, just 200 metres from th...
Welcome to Greenhill House luxury Bed and Breakfast. Built in the 1930's, perched on a western hillside in Lyme Regis, overlooking Lyme Bay with breathtaking views of Golden Cap and the Jurassic Coast, Greenhill has two beautiful bedrooms de...
Number Thirty Eight
Number Thirty Eight Clifton is Bristol's new townhouse accommodation. We offer ten stylish bedrooms in a recently refurbished Georgian merchant's house at the top of the City. We aim to offer the discerning traveller an alternative ...
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