WookeyCopyright Roger Cornfoot

Wookey has other attractions, but it is synonymous of course with its massive caves carved out by the River Axe, inhabited for millennia. A few miles from the village lies the marvellous little city of Wells and its magnificent Cathedral precincts... Read More

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Hotels in Wookey - 3 places to stay

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Wookey Hole Hotel

Wookey Hole Hotel
Ideally placed in the heart of Somerset, the Wookey Hole Hotel can boast luxury accommodation in picturesque surroundings. Wookey Hole is 2 miles from the medieval city of Wells and 20 miles from Bath and ... More | visit website

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Little Burcott Loft (0.59 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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Millers at Glencot House (1.03 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.

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Beaconsfield Farm (1.17 miles)

Beaconsfield Farm

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Award winning 5 star period character country farmhouse in a peaceful rural setting surrounded by 4 acres in an area of outstanding natural beauty with views of Mendip Hills and ... More | visit website

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Wookey Hole Inn (1.28 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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Coxley Vineyard (1.59 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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Swan Hotel (1.73 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 (1.74 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 (1.76 miles)

Ancient Gatehouse

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Set on the green opposite the cathedralís west front, this hotel exudes an old, intriguing atmosphere with its centuries-old spiral stone staircase and quaint little passages.
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Tynings House (1.77 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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Beryl (2.53 miles)


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A warm and friendly welcome awaits every guest in this family-run home.

Experience a stay for luxury bed and breakfast at 'Beryl' with Holly Nowell and her daughter Mary-Ellen in ... More

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