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Visit South Somerset - Things To Do

Experience amazing attractions, stunning gardens and historic houses, miles of cycling and walking routes, incredible local menus and cider, charming market towns and villages, and of course, acres of rolling countryside, nature and wildlife. 

Check out our new market towns video to give you an insight into South Somerset life...

Our handy free guides are a great way to make the most of your time here, and easy to download to your phone or device. Click on the buttons below. We've also included some places in wider Somerset and bordering county's too. 

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The Old Pound Inn

Pub/Restaurant
High Street, Langport, TA10 0RA

The Old Pound Inn is a traditional, friendly, family run village Inn, in Aller near Langport, with a good reputation for pub food, real ales and genuine hospitality. Also offering takeaways and essentials, fruit, vegetables, meat, soft drinks, greeting cards, stamps etc.

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The PigPen

Venue, Food & Drink Experiences
  • Local Food Products
  • Renewable Energy Technology
  • Recycling and Water Conservation Facilities
  • Biodiversity diversity
Fair View , South Petherton, TA13 5LB

The Pig Pen offers a unique experience in the heart of South Somerset orchard country! Spend a magical evening feasting on hearty home cooked food and whiling away the time sitting and warming by open fires.

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The Red Lion Inn

Pub/Restaurant
Babcary, Somerton, TA10 9PZ

Award winning, 17th century thatched pub open every day of the year and oozing charm with traditional flagstone floors, exposed beams, open fires, cosy nooks and crannies and pretty garden.

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The River Parrett Trail

Walking
The River Parrett Trail, Somerset, TA10

A stunning 50-mile walking trail following its source near Chedington in the Dorset hills, through tranquil Somerset countryside - to its mouth at Stert point on the Bristol Channel.

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The Somerset Levels, Moors & Marshes

Countryside, Nature & Wildlife
  • Family friendly
  • Biodiversity diversity
Muchelney, Somerset, TA10

This diverse landscape includes wooded hills and valleys - one of the lowest and flattest places in the UK and an important habitat.

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The Stop Line Way

Walking
  • Family friendly
The Stop Line Way, Ilminster, TA19

The Stop Line Way is a long distance coast-to-coast walking and cycling route which in parts is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. The cycle route is 75 miles long and partly follows the ‘Taunton Stop Line’ built by the Army in 1940 to contain any Nazi German invasion of the South West.

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