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Tel code: 01749 | code search
Postcode: BA5 | code search
Population: 400
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Coxley is a tiny village that lies just a few miles from Wells on the A38 road to Glastonbury. Set in open countryside, Coxley provides easy access to a number of locations within Somerset. Just two miles to the north is the city of Wells, a charming small cathedral city dating back to Roman times. To the South West, the ancient town of Glastonbury is known for its history. Here you can visit Glastonbury Lake Village, Glastonbury Abbey and Glastonbury Tor. The area is also famous for the Glastonbury Festival which takes place in nearby Pilton every year. An old Motte and Baily castle known as Fenny Castle still stands not far from Coxley. You can also visit the Wookey Hole Caves, now a major tourist attraction in the area. For refreshment you can visit either of the two local pubs, The Coxley Vinyard Hotel or The Pound Inn. The Coxley Vinyard is a working winery, producing 6 to 800 bottles of wine a year from their own grapes. The hotel offers a little Mediterranean ambience in the heart of the Somerset countryside. As well as a bar and accommodation, the hotel also caters for weddings, functions and conferences.

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Little Burcott Loft (0.65 miles)

Little Burcott Loft

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A striking loft conversion in a secluded countryside location, with wonderful walking and glorious views, this stylish property makes a superb holiday base. Wells, the smallest city ... More

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Tynings House (0.84 miles)

Tynings House

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Tynings is a peaceful and quiet location away from the main road yet within easy access of the A39 leading to Wells 2 miles and Glastonbury 3 miles.You will be ... More

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Coxley Vineyard (0.95 miles)

Coxley Vineyard

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Set in tranquil countryside, this small, charming hotel has a Mediterranean ambiance and boasts spectacular open views across to the Mendip Hills and the famous Glastonbury Tor. Built around a suntrap courtyard, ... More

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Burcott Mill (1.18 miles)

Situated beneath the Mendip Hills, Burcott Mill Guesthouse is less than 2 miles from the cathedral city of Wells. Free WiFi and free on-site parking are provided at this charming Grade II listed building, which ... More | visit website
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Swan Hotel (1.25 miles)

Swan Hotel

Located in the shadow of Wells Cathedral, this 15th century hotel has a unique charm offering guests modern amenities in a beautiful setting.
48 Individually designed bedrooms come in a variety of styles. Also available ... More | visit website

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White Hart Hotel (1.26 miles)

White Hart Hotel

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This restored 15th century coaching inn is situated in the heart of the small medieval city of Wells, by the cathedral green, just metres away from the ancient marketplace. Situated in the ... More

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Ancient Gatehouse (1.28 miles)

Ancient Gatehouse

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Set on the green opposite the cathedral’s west front, this hotel exudes an old, intriguing atmosphere with its centuries-old spiral stone staircase and quaint little passages.
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Millers at Glencot House (1.69 miles)

Millers at Glencot House

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Idyllically set in 18 acres of gardens and parkland with river frontage this elegantly furnished Victorian mansion offers high class accommodation, excellent cuisine and friendly service.

Glencot offers peace and tranquility where ... More

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The Coach House (1.83 miles)

The Coach House

“Boutique Bed and Breakfast in separate cottage. Comfort and hospitality with the personal touch of home.”

A stay at the Coach House is special because it is a cosy cottage which has its own front door. ... More | visit website

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Wookey Hole Inn (1.97 miles)

Wookey Hole Inn
Against the beautiful Mendip Hills nestles this outwardly traditional pub to the uninitated, but once inside an explosion of taste, colour and texture awaits you...

We have the widest Belgium beer range on draught in England, the best ... More | visit website

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