A day out in Wells Somerset

A day out in Wells Somerset

A day out in Wells, Somerset.

Enjoy holidaying to our wonderful Wells with so much to offer, every day.

Here’s what a day in Wells could hold for you…

  1. Wells Cathedral.

Our iconic Wells Cathedral would have been one of the first things you when pulling up alongside your pod.

Less than a 5-minute walk from our site, Wells Cathedral has so much history to offer, as well as looking magnificent and being one of the 4 main churches that supports the Queen.

The first Gothic Cathedral to be built in England, Wells Cathedral is famed for its unique architecture. From its iconic West Front, featuring 300 medieval carvings, to the ingenious fourteenth century Scissor Arches, the Cathedral never fails to inspire.

Completed in the mid-thirteenth century, the West Front has one of the most impressive collections of medieval sculpture in the western world. Hewn from local limestone from the Doulting quarry, around 300 of the original 400 medieval statues remain.

Also renowned for its worldwide choir, enjoy listening to the Wells Cathedral Choir, you can find out more on their website.

  1. Bishops Palace and Gardens

Public Events and Festivals are at the heart of what we offer at The Bishop’s Palace. So, whether you enjoy outdoor theatre, garden workshops, family events, exhibitions or you’re an exercise fanatic, you’ll find the perfect event to suit you!

 Admission tickets also give you access to the medieval Palace and Undercroft, ruined Great Hall, 14 acres of gardens, the Bishop’s Chapel and all events (unless specifically ticketed) and daily guided tours of the Palace & Gardens.

Upgrade your admission ticket to The People’s Ticket free of charge and your ticket will include 12 months of return visits from the date of your first visit and you are welcome to use it again on any normal sightseeing day.

  1. Bishops Eye

A family-run, independent wine bar, restaurant and wine shop, serving all day charcuterie, cocktails and more. Bishop’s Eye are available for regular service, and private hire. For private hire and large tables please contact us through our large tables page.

For 600 years the Bishop’s Eye has stood proud as the gateway to the Bishops Palace. Today the Grade II listed building has been lovingly restored and is now home to our wine bar, restaurant and shop. Serving Somerset cheeses, south coast smoked fish and fine new world wines.

For 600 years the Bishop’s Eye has stood proud as the gateway to the Bishops Palace. Today the Grade II listed building has been lovingly restored and is now home to our wine bar, restaurant and shop. Serving Somerset cheeses, south coast smoked fish and fine new world wines.

 

Check our availability and rates now, and enjoy your break to Wells, Somerset.

 

Cathedral View Glamping – Artist impression

Cathedral View Glamping – Artist impression

We know just how important it is when booking your holiday that you pick the perfect destination and accommodation. 

Whilst we work had on developing our BRAND NEW glamping site, with our bookings opening from Friday May 13th, we have designed an artist impression, to allow you to visualise your glamping experience with us here at Cathedral View Glamping. 

Our glamping site rests on our family-fun farm, sat next to the picturesque Wells Moat, and looks out over the iconic Wells Cathedral. 

Enjoy glamping in the Somerset countryside, and indulge in the beautiful views all around, the peace and quiet of the countryside birds, and enjoy the privacy of our site. 

You are less than a 5-minute walk from the Wells city centre, yet your glamping experience and stay will whisper nothing but privacy, quality and relaxation, 

Find out more on our story, or book now.