Pilgrims B and B

Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Glastonbury

Saturday 23rd of September 2017

Phone Number: 0044 1458834722

River Cary and Polden Hills

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  • 05-08-2016

River Cary & Polden Hills are very popular tourist attractions. Learn what you can expect when visiting this area. And we take a look at all the activities to enjoy. The River Cary & Polden Hills offers you great views over the river and surrounding areas. It has many different parts and ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. You can also enjoy wildlife and many different viewpoints. This is one reason why the area is so popular among tourists. There...

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Brent Knoll

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  • 28-07-2016

Brent Knoll is the beautiful location to visit. Learn why this is a great idea for a family vacation and all the activities that you can enjoy. Visiting Brent Knoll can be very exciting. It offers a beautiful landscape and a tranquil environment to enjoy. It offers you 360° to the South West, as well as all the way to Sand Point. Located in Wales, Brent Knoll is also known as the ‘Mount of Frogs’. The area was originally surrounded by water...

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Brean Down

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  • 19-07-2016

Brean Down is a great location for a day out with the family. It is located in Somerset with many great activities to take part in. Let's see why this is such a popular tourist attraction. Brean Down is a great option if you're looking for a family vacation. There is plenty to do close by, and it's a very popular tourist attraction. You can take a 1.5-mile walk to visit the natural pier. The Down is about 97 m high and offers spectacular...

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Somerset Levels and Moors

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  • 13-07-2016

Somerset Levels & Moors is a very important wetland. It’s located near Glastonbury and is a popular tourist attraction too. It’s very popular among tourists from around the world. Somerset Levels and Moors are located in South England and offer a very impressive landscape. It is close to the coast and about 6 m above sea level. It is a very distinctive unquiet landscape in perfect to relax. This is one reason why it's so popular...

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The Vale of Avalon

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  • 08-07-2016

If you are visiting Glastonbury, the vale of Avalon is a great place to visit. Avalon is a mythical island which was featured in the legend of King Arthur. The Vale of Avalon is located at the Isle of Avalon in Glastonbury. It’s a very popular tourist attraction and a beautiful venue to visit. This location is popular among locals and tourists too. It was once surrounded by water and is very inspirational for some. Avalon has a history of being...

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Ham Wall Nature Reserve

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  • 06-04-2016

Ham Wall Nature Reserve is just a couple of miles west of Glastonbury. It lies in the Valley of the River Brue and is managed by the RSPB. This internationally significant place is a specially managed and constructed wetland. It is there to provide the perfect natural habitat for Britain’s birds and wildlife. The reserve is an amazing mixture of reedbed, wet scrublands and open water and it is bordered by woodland and grassland. A visit to Ham...

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St Margarets Chapel

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  • 29-03-2016

During the 11th century St Margaret’s Chapel was built on Magdalene Street. Its first intended use was as a hospital and later it was used as almshouses for the poor. The ancient buildings offer a very interesting visit to those unfamiliar with the area and to those who are. They are a very peaceful and pleasant place and the volunteers who run it daily are helpful and knowledgeable. The chapel and almshouses are easy to access and are simple...

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Glastonbury Abbey

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  • 25-03-2016

One of the most important abbeys in England Glastonbury Abbey is set in 36 acres of beautiful grounds and parkland. It is a centre for visitors from all over the world. It was built 1,304 years ago in 712 AD and enlarged during the 10th century by the Abbot of Glastonbury St Dunstan. From there on in, the Abbey had a dramatic and chequered history. It has experienced rises and falls in terms of its wealth and influence. By 1541 there were no monasteries,...

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Chalice Well

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  • 16-03-2016

Nestled at the foot of the ancient and legendary Glastonbury Tor is another special and ancient place. Chalice Well is surrounded by beautiful gardens and is considered by many to be a sacred and Holy place. It has been in constant use for over two thousand years and has never failed, even during times of drought. The well is the source of many stories and legends and its chalybeate waters are associated with healing and with the blood of Christ...

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