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Tel code: 01458 | code search
Postcode: BA6 | code search
Population: 8800
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Folk Customs:
Bridgwater Squibbing
Chedzoy Candle Auction
Punkie Night
Wassailing the Tree

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Glastonbury Abbey Extravaganza
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Tordown B & B and Healing Centre
"Here at Tordown we have run a quiet, peaceful and spiritually aware establishment for 20 years and our reviews have always been positive and complimentary, certainly never have we been ..." More

The Market House Inn
"We visited for 5 days and had a lovely courtyard room at the back. It was a lovely friendly hotel and busy. Good room and great help from the staff. ..." More

Tordown B & B and Healing Centre
"I would not recommend this bed and breakfast to anybody. It felt like staying the weekend at your parent's house. Trying to take naps, being interrupted, feeling like asking for ..." More

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Glastonbury is probably the most famous place in Somerset. It is famous for its history and mystery but possibly more so for the Glastonbury Festival. This huge annual music and culture festival actually takes place several miles away in Pilton. Glastonbury was built on a group of hills that rise from the Somerset Levels. In the times before the levels were drained Glastonbury was often an island and is still known as the Isle of Avalon. Glastonbury is shrouded in mystery and legend. A popular story is that the mythical King Arthur held court on the Isle of Avalon and is buried there along with his wife, Guinevere. The church also once held court in Glastonbury at the Abbey. The Abbey is now in ruins but in 1086, when the Domesday Book was commissioned, Glastonbury Abbey was the richest monastery in the country. The most famous landmark in Glastonbury, and one that can be seen from miles around, is the Glastonbury Tor. This is a tear-shaped hill with a roofless church tower on its summit. Amazingly, St Michael's Church was ruined by an earthquake in 1275. The town has a busy high street with many good pubs and plenty of small hotels, Inns and guest houses.


Chalice Well
Glastonbury Abbey
Glastonbury Story
Glastonbury Tor
Glastonbury Tribunal
Meare Fish House
Peat Moors Centre
Somerset Rural Life Museum


Travelodge Glastonbury *book online*


Greenacres Camping


Yoga - Shekinashram


Heroes Bar


Abbey Dental Health Centre
Glastonbury Dental Access Centre


Glastonbury Health Centre
Glastonbury Surgery

Estate Agent

Cooper & Tanner
Goad Peter
Palmer Snell
Simpsons Property Service

Farmers Market

Glastonbury Farmers Market


George & Pilgrims


Glastonbury Country Market
Glastonbury Farmers Market

Performing Arts

Glastonbury Male Voice Choir
Shangri-la Taxis

Pub and Bar

Globe Inn
King Arthur
King William Inn
Market House Inn
Who'd A Thought It Inn
Ye Queens Head


Cafe Galatea
Elaichi Tandoori
Who'd A Thought It Inn


Millfield Preparatory


Gould & Swayne


C J W Taxis

Chisletts Taxi
M & J Taxi's
Shangri-la Taxis


Orchard Veterinary Group

Sports Clubs

Glastonbury CC (Cricket)
Glastonbury Judo Club (Martial Arts)


Crystal Man
Avalon Books
The Speaking Tree
Glastonbury Flower Shop
Sheepskin Products
The Willows Garden Centre
Sweet Acre Nursery
Tor Pet Supplies
Heritage Fine Foods
The Truckle of Cheese
The Wholefood Store
Eye Tech Opticians
Bishopston Trading Company

Bridie’s Healthy Living Centre and Organic Food Co-op
Padma (Glastonbury)Ltd


Metropolis Art Deco


Mendip CC(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Glastonbury

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George & Pilgrims (0.04 miles)

George & Pilgrims

The George & Pilgrim Hotel is situated in the beautiful town of Glastonbury. Founded in the early 15th century, the hotel has welcomed people for over 500 years. The oldest purpose built Inn within the Southwest, ... More | visit website

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Daisy Centres Retreat (0.05 miles)

Daisy Centres Retreat
Daisy Centres is an ideal space to relax and unwind, ideal for a group, a family or person travelling alone, whether you are on an active holiday break or taking time out for the weekend. ... More | visit website
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The Market House Inn (0.13 miles)

The Market House Inn
Deep in the heart of beautiful Somerset is the historical and mystical town of Glastonbury, where this impressive, family-run inn nestles in the shadow of the Abbey Ruins and is overlooked by the magical Glastonbury ... More | visit website
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Haydn House (0.17 miles)

Haydn House
Haydn House is a welcoming Bed & Breakfast located in central Glastonbury. Let us give you a warm welcome in the very heart of Glastonbury, Just one minute from the famous High Street, 10 minutes ... More | visit website
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Magdalene House (0.24 miles)

Magdalene House
Welcome to Magdalene House Four Star Gold Award Accommodation.

Stay in our spacious family run period home, which is Grade II listed and once formed part of the St. Louis Convent which has many historical connections ... More | visit website
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Belle-Vue (0.37 miles)

Belle-Vue is a cosy 1920's B&B situated in the cultured town of Glastonbury in Somerset. Belle Vue boasts a 3 Star Guest Accommodation Rating form the tourist board. The Guest house enjoys a central location; ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Glastonbury (0.71 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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Shambhala Healing Retreat (0.71 miles)

Shambhala Healing Retreat

Shambhala Retreat on the Tor with magnificent views of the Vale of Avalon. This is a sacred site from Ancient Times, steeped in legend. The focus is a beautiful star of hundreds of clear crystal points that ... More | visit website

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Wessex Hotel (1.57 miles)

Wessex Hotel

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We welcome you to the Wessex, a modern hotel that nestles in the heart of historic and beautiful Somerset, in the Ancient Kingdom of Wessex. We boast two AA star ... More

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Double Gate (2.29 miles)

Double Gate
Double-Gate Farm is situated in a pleasant position on the Somerset Levels, with fine views to the Mendip Hills. Double-Gate is a comfortable listed Georgian Farmhouse on a ""mixed"" farm. An abundance of caves, gorges, ... More | visit website

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