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Be charmed by Chard

Chard is the highest town in Somerset, and is situated in a southern corner of the county, Near the borders of Dartmouth and Devon. Though its history stretches back to the Norman occupation, most of the town was destroyed by a fire in the 16th century. The settlement was then rebuilt, including many of the town's landmarks like Manor Court House and Waterloo House.

Explore the Blackdown Hills

Although not as widely-known as other open spaces in the West Country, the Blackdown Hills makes a wonderful stop for visitors in the area - a beautiful, peaceful, and isolated landscape straddling the border of Somerset and Devon. Designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, visitors to the area can have a lovely time exploring its plateaus and valleys, its charming villages, and fascinating ancient landmarks.

Welcome to Barrington Court

Barrington Court is an impressive staple of the history of Somerset. This stunning Tudor Manor house was lovingly restored in the early 20th century, complete with all its farm buildings, bright patches of flowers, and vibrant orchards. Exploring the historic interiors, and the walled White Garden, Lily Garden and Rose and Iris Garden, is always a tranquil and memorable experience for first-time visitors.

Looking for a cheap hotel Near Chard? Travelodge Ilminster Hotel is just over 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Wellington Somerset Hotel can be reached in half an hour.