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  • Wells
  • Lytes Cary Manor
  • Wookey Hole
  • Hestercombe Gardens
  • Fleet Air Museum
  • Wells Cathedral
  • Motacute House
  • Wells Bishop's Palace
  • Lytes Cary Manor is an intimate medieval manor house with a beautiful Arts and Crafts garden
  • Wookey Hole Caves
  • Hestercombe a unique collection of three gardens
  • Fleet Air Arm Museum
  • Wells Cathedral
  • Montacute a magnificent Elizabethan stone-built house

What to see and do nearby - all under 20 miles

Graymanes is superbly situated in Somerset, with many all year round attractions.

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Somerton

Somerton

Somerton has many wonderful churches, historic buildings and plenty of restaurants, cafés, tearooms and public houses. An old market place with a lovely Buttercross which is floodlit at night - Distance 3.5miles

Glastonbury

Glastonbury

the legendary Isle of Avalon. Visit Glastonbury Tor, the Abbey the Chalice Well & Gardens. Glastonbury also has a number of interesting museums -Distance 10 miles

Lytes Cary Manor

Lytes Cary Manor

Near Somerton. Intimate manor house with walled gardens and estate. Tudor great hall and 14th-century chapel and Home to medieval herbalist Henry Lyte.- Distance 9 miles

Wookey Hole

Wookey Hole Caves and Papermill

near Wells offer a guided tour of spectacular caves, learn about the Witch of Wookey and step back in time in the penny arcade and hall of mirrors.-Distance 16 miles

16 miles to Wells

Wells

England's smallest city, home to perhaps the most beautiful of the great English Cathedrals Wells Cathedral The medieval palace has been home to the Bishops of Bath & Wells since 1206. Excellent twice weekly market - Distance 22 miles. Only a couple of miles from Wookey Hole Caves. - Distance 16 miles

Clarks Village

Clarks Village

Over ninety high street and designer stores with massive discounts, restaurants and cafes. Children's play areas and attractions. - Distance 9 miles

Muchelney

Muchelney - a collection of ancient buildings

the atmospheric and once-remote 'great island' amid the Somerset Levels is where the spirit of the medieval levels lives on. Muchelney Abbey The Saxon abbey was founded around 693. Priest's House - Late medieval hall house built in 1308- Distance 3 miles

Ham Hill

Ham Hill Country Park

Offering superb views of the Somerset Levels, Exmoor and the Mendip Hills. Large wild flower meadows, steeply sloping Iron-Age rampart, a deserted medieval village and historically managed native woodlands. -Distance 11 miles

Hayes International Motor Museum

Hayes International Motor Museum

This is the UK's largest exhibition of the greatest cars from around the world. With over 400 amazing cars and bikes from nostalgic classics of the 50s and 60s glorious Bentleys and Rolls Royces to exciting super cars like the Jaguar XJ220. - Distance 13 miles

Fleet Air Museum

Fleet Air Arm Museum

The Museum has the largest collection of Naval aircraft anywhere in Europe together with the first British built Concorde which you can go on-board and visit the cockpit. Outside there is a children's adventure playground - Distance 10 miles

Barrington Court

Barrington Court

Beautiful Jekyll-inspired gardens, working kitchen garden and Tudor manor house. The stone-walled kitchen garden produces a variety of wonderful fruit and vegetables, which can be enjoyed in the restaurant. -Distance 9.8 miles

Montacute House

Montacute House

Magnificent Elizabethan stone-built house, incorporating the National Portrait Gallery exhibition in the Long Gallery the longest of its kind in England, lovely gardens and park - Distance 16 miles

Sherborne

Sherborne

Sherborne is definitely worth a visit, it must be one of the most beautiful towns in the south-west. The Abbey is well worth seeing. Sherborne is full of architecture from Medieval to Tudor, Georgian,Regency and Queen Anne. There is an excellent guided historic walk - Distance 20 miles

Sherborne Castle

Sherborne Castle

Built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594, this historic house reflects a glorious variety of decorative styles from over 400 years of English History. 42 acres of beautiful gardens and grounds and 50 acre lake landscaped by Capability Brown in 1753. - Distance 20 miles.

East Lambrook Manor Gardens

East Lambrook Manor Gardens

One of the best-loved privately owned gardens in England created by the late Margery Fish, celebrated plants woman and gardening writer. Her natural gift for combining old-fashioned and contemporary plants in a relaxed and informal manner has created a garden of immense beauty and charm - Distance 7 miles

Tintinhull Garden

Tintinhull Garden

Created last century around an attractive 17th-century manor house, the garden is one of the most harmonious small gardens in Britain. It features secluded lawns, pools and colourful borders.. - Distance 14 miles

Hestercombe

Hestercombe

Unique collection of three gardens spanning three centuries of garden history and design. All have undergone acclaimed restoration works. With over fifty acres of lakes, temples, cascades, woodland walks, formal terraces, vivid colours and views that take your breathe - Distance 16 miles

Burrow Mump

An 80ft conical hill reminiscent of Glastonbury Tor and topped by a ruined church. This is a dramatic place to be in time of flood. - Distance 7 miles

Stembridge tower Mill

Built in 1822, this is the last remaining thatched windmill in England – the last survivor of five in the area. - Distance 1 mile

Sherbourne Old Castle

Sherborne Old Castle

After withstanding two sieges during the Civil War, all that remains today is a romantic ruin in the grounds of the 'new' Sherborne Castle. Only the Southwest Gatehouse and parts of the castle, including the Great Tower and the North Range, survive. - Distance 20 miles