Located near the A39 and A361,Glastonbury has much to offer from its ancient history to its world famous festival. This ancient market town is no stranger to legend and is believed to be Avalon, the mystical land of the dead where King Arthur waits to rule again.
From M5 junction A39 follow signs Glastonbury Frome from A39 join A361 after 8km. Turn left onto Magdalene Street, Turn right onto Market Place, Turn right onto High Street.
Frome – 21 miles
Frome is a market town with a charming historic centre that has a wealth of architectural interest alongside a thriving contemporary and performing arts scene. There is a wide variety of shops, many of them independent and specialist, as well as national chains, cafes, restaurants and a weekly market
Weston-Super-Mare – 28 miles
Naturally formed and stretching for miles, the sandy beach at Weston has won numerous awards over the years for its cleanliness and water quality. Right in the heart of the beach lies the grand pier, sea aquarium, and an observation wheel with 30 pods affording views of the local area, even seeing as far asCardiffon a clear day.
Bristol – 31miles
There are several world class attractions in Bristol, from Britain’s most acclaimed historic ship, its most iconic suspension bridge, the world’s fifth oldest zoo, one of Europe’s leading interactive science centres to an outstanding network of free city museums. The newly transformed pedestrian streets offer a great environment in which to shop, and relaxing open spaces in which to watch the world go by. Visit Cabot Circus a gigantic three-tiered shopping and leisure centre, with over 120 shops.