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Glastonbury Tor

Just hearing the name- Glastonbury- brings images to mind: Arthurian England, magical druids, hordes of young people covered in mud listening to music. In life, Glastonbury Tor truly is a magical place.

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King John’s Hunting Lodge Tea House – Lacock

In the über picturesque village of Lacock, in a tiny Tudor building (1167 – 1216), behind a garden of poppies and wild flowers, sits the lovely King John’s Hunting Lodge Tea House.

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Glencot House – Wookey Hole

For us Glencot House in Wookey Hole is the reason we travel and what a hotel is meant to be.
In one truly enchanting day, we explored its myriad of rooms, miles of books, plethora of antiques- and then there are the grounds.

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Lacock Village – Wiltshire

About two hours from London you find the most picturesque village in the West Country. The village dates back to the 13th century, although the stone cottages where built in 18th century, and it looks like it!