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Nestled between bustling Bristol and historic Bath, this charming market town is a great place to settle while you're exploring all the south west has to offer. Keynsham's train station has lines leading directly to the cities - but don't forget to explore the stunning town itself, too. Keynsham dates back to Roman times, and it's been home to some fascinating ruins, including two Roman villas and an Augustinian abbey. Once upon a time, it was also the home of Cadbury's chocolate factory.

Acres of rolling countryside

Keynsham is surrounded by stunning Somerset countryside, striking the perfect balance between the urban and the natural. Its crown jewel is the 26-acre Memorial Park, running parallel to the high street. This Green Flag park sits astride the River Chew and boasts a bowling green, two playgrounds, a sports area and formal gardens, as well as a bandstand that hosts musical entertainment most weekends.

Try the best of Somerset's local produce

You can't visit Keynsham without sampling some of the town's tasty ingredients. Keynsham High Street boasts some great restaurants and historic pubs, all of which serve seasonal dishes and regional beers and ales. Visiting in the summer? Memorial Park plays host to the Keynsham Festival, which sees visitors from all over the country come together to celebrate the best of locally-sourced food, ales and ciders - perfect for foodies. Looking for accommodation in Keynsham? Travelodge Bristol Central Mitchell Lane Hotel is ideally situated for you to explore the vibrant city of Bristol, while Travelodge Bath Waterside Hotel sits on the banks of the River Avon.