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Places to visit and things to see during your stay:

 

Brewers Cottage is on the Northern edge of the village of Isle Brewers, near to the Somerset Levels and close to the Devon and Dorset borders within easy reach of both the M5 and the A303.

 

This area of Somerset is largely unspoilt and great for exploring.

 

There are many open gardens and National trust properties nearby. There is information available here on most of them for your use during your stay.

( Please note: it may be necessary to check their website and to book prior to your visit)  

For keen birdwatchers we are very close to several RSPB reserves, the West Sedgemoor reserve is literally just up the road and Ham Wall, one of the best locations for viewing  Starling murmurations, is about forty minutes away

( please check the RSPB  website for accessibility)

 

If you enjoy walking, we are near the Blackdown Hills, an area of outstanding beauty, with miles of designated footpaths and fabulous views. A little further afield are the Quantocks, Exmoor and the Mendips and the South West Coastal Path

 

If you want to get out and about, the Cathedral City of Wells is less than an hour away ( Market days Wednesdays and Saturdays) more locally, there are many charming villages and market towns to explore. Frome and Bruton are a little further, but offer a great day out.  Frome has regular fantastic markets and Bruton has the Hauser and Wirth gallery, the Durslade Farm Shop and the fabulous garden created by Piet Oudolf.

If you fancy a day by the sea we are mid way between the North and South coasts, both are within easy reach by car.

Isle Brewers is close to the Somerset Cider Brandy Company at Burrow Hill, where you can taste their wares, see the stills and how their brandy is made, buy fabulous smoked products at the Smokery at Hambridge, there are willow basket making course and willow products to buy at The Willow and Wetlands Centre at Stoke St Gregory and craft pottery and exhibitions at John Leach's Muchelney Pottery or Paul and Marion Jessup's Pottery at Barrington Court. If you click on the headings above it will take you to their websites.

Click on the pictures below for further information:

 

 

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