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If you're visiting in late May, enquire about the cheese-rolling competition held on nearby Cooper's Hill in Cranham...
The 17th-century Market House sits atop weathered sandstone columns in the Market Pl; inside the salmon-pink building is an agreeably hand-crafted heritage centre with local history displays.
Crowning the hilltop, pin-straight St Mary's Church is a 13th-century construction with a fine east window and grand alabaster memorials, including the grave of John Kyrle and the outrageously ostentatious tombs of t...
The most family-friendly pub in town, the Robin Hood has a warm atmosphere, good food, and a big beer garden with children's play area.
Brecon Beacons & Southeast Wales
Just across the Monnow Bridge from central Monmouth, this tiny campground has a quiet riverside location and friendly owners; it's a 10-minute walk into town.
At the top of the lane lies the 12th-century church of St Michael and All Angels with a splendid 18th-century spire and tower divided from its medieval nave.
The grassy parks of Clifton Down and Durdham Down (locally known as The Downs) make a fine picnic spot...
The Maritime Heritage Centre houses various exhibits relating to the SS Great Britain and her illustrious history...
Superbly restored to the minutest detail of its 1770 magnificence, the grand Palladian town house No 1 Royal Crescent is well worth visiting to see how people lived during Bath's glory days; staff dressed in period c...
On Bath Abbey's southern side, the Vaults Heritage Museum contains fine stone bosses, statuary and other archaeological artefacts.
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