...thank you so much for arranging a fabulous weekend. It was so well organised and all the events were fantastic and everyone we came into contact with was so nice and helpful.
From rock climbing, caving, clay pigeon shooting, horse riding, quad biking, countryside walks & inflatable madness, there are a wealth of great activity ideas right on the doorstep.
When in the West Country you can’t beat a bit of cider and cheddar cheese to really feel like a local. While away a couple of hours tasting different ciders made in traditional ways with some locally produced cheese.
Take it to the edge with Rock Sport caving and climbing. Visit the dramatic cliffs rising 450ft to the stunning stalactite caverns. This world-famous site is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, reveals many fascinating stories of our prehistoric ancestors, and is an international centre for caving and rock climbing.
This Cafe has an attractive setting which offers food which is very tasty & good value for money. A family run business, situated in a quiet courtyard barely 100 meters from the market square in Sadlers Street; just look for Heritage Courtyard.
At the top of the High Street is this Italian restaurant offering good food and welcoming service. It does get busy so it may be good to pre-book, ask us for help.
This award-winning Restaurant, specialising in authentic Italian cuisine has friendly staff and warm, cosy surroundings. The restaurant also prepares traditional English table d’hôte menus. Wines, spirits and beers are available from the bar.
There are other great places in & around Wells, let us know what sort of things you like and we can come up with some ideas.
With 50 stages, music from all different genres this is a world renowned festival which offers a totally amazing experience. Roads around the time of the festival are extremely busy. See website
A huge agriculture festival which is a buzz with shopping, the best livestock on show & fairground attractions. It gets very busy so getting there early is a good idea! See website
Fancy a giggle or two, then this 10 day comedy festival could be right up your street!
In its 15th year, this is held on the August Bank Holiday weekends with people racing their homemade rafts on the moat. There are stalls, music & entertainment to be enjoyed.
said be the biggest illuminated carnival in the world. These huge floats make their way slowly through the medieval streets intertwined with street performers with highly inventive and stunning costumes.
The nearest train station to Wells is Castle Cary from which there are direct services to London Paddington and the West Country. This is located approximately 13 miles from Wells with a journey time of just over 25 minutes. Taxis are available at Castle Cary train station.
From M5 South – leave at Junction 23 and take A39