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A countryside hub with a city vibe

There is no escaping Bruton's stunning Somerset landscapes, but it's the cultural offering and stylish restaurants and bars that give this small town a real point of difference from the Nearby West Country villages. Its direct train service to London and Bristol is probably what's given the town its city centre character, and makes it a great place for spotting celebs who have heard about this hidden gem.

Bruton's world-renowned art gallery

If you want to check out contemporary art works seen in London, New York, Los Angeles or Zurich, you don't have to go much further than Bruton. Hauser�&�Wirth has galleries in all these famous cultural hubs as well as in Bruton's Durslade Farm. Even if you don't know a lot about art, the fantastic Grade II listed building and stunning landscaped gardens are a great place to explore.

Get the festival feeling in Glastonbury

The famous Glastonbury Festival may only take place for a few days over summer, but the town it's named after is worth visiting year round. As you'd expect, there's a new-age, relaxed vibe and plenty of quirky shops and cafes to indulge in. Looking for accommodation in Bruton? The Travelodge Wincanton Hotel is just over a 10-minute drive away. Or why not try the Travelodge Yeovil Podimore Hotel just 11 miles away. You'll also find the Travelodge Glastonbury Hotel only a 30-minute drive away.