Grade II Listed Building Beneath Glastonbury Tor
Across the road from Chalice Well World Peace Garden. The site where in Christian mythology Joseph of Arimathea placed the chalice that had caught the drops of Christ's blood at the Crucifixion.
A few hundred yards walk from the bottom of the iconic Glastonbury Tor & less than 1/2 mile away the unique experience that is Glastonbury High Street.
Guests are provided with our 250 page visitors guide 'Amazing Things to do in Glastonbury'.
Electric bike hire service available making it easy for you to explore the nature reserves around Glastonbury - ask for details.
100 metres from The Rifleman's Arms pub - known locally as the Rifes, this 16th Century pub has oodles of character (and interesting characters!) with dim lighting, low ceilings, stone mullioned window frames, old wooden tables and roaring log fires in Winter.
Just 7 miles from the site of the famous Glastonbury Festival.
FREE parking & WIFI.
Pristine apartment situated in the centre of the historic town of Glastonbury. Hidden away from the hustle & bustle you can enjoy peace and quiet but still be within a 30 second walk of the unique shops, cafes, pubs, and restaurants the High Street has to offer. The Abbey is a couple of minutes’ walk away and the famous Glastonbury Tor and Chalice Well Gardens are all within a 10-minute walk. The apartment is surrounded by the history of this unique town and all it has to offer...
The Old Wagon & Horses 19th Century Beer House
The Old Wagon & Horses 19th Century Brew House is situated 15 minutes walk from Glastonbury High Street & the base of Glastonbury Tor. The property has allocated parking and is a short drive from Wells. Enclosed garden with 2 living rooms and 4 beds.
Electric bike hire available nearby - please ask for more details.
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