Day 1. We will travel to our hotel, arriving early afternoon.
Day 2. Today we will take a scenic drive to Bath. The City of Bath is a delight, it so special that it has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Walk on the ancient pavements as the Romans did over 2000 years ago. Visit the Roman Baths, the magnificent Abbey with its stunning architecture and don’t forget the iconic Georgian Crescent. As it is such a unique City, Bath attracts tourists from all over the world. Then onto Bradford upon Avon. Based on a similar style to Bath, but with its own unique beauty. Stroll through the town and you will walk through time. The Roman Saxons, Normans, Georgians and Victorians have all left their mark – each creating a chapter in Bradford on Avon’s remarkable story. They say beauty is the eyes of the beholder, so behold Bradford on Avon.
Day 3. A day of Leisure. You could simply stay in Weston and enjoy the seaside, maybe visit the Helicopter Museum or SeaQuarium.
Day 4. After breakfast we will depart for Glastonbury. Glastonbury’s star attraction is the historic Glastonbury Abbey, founded in the 7th-century and becoming one of England’s most important monasteries in the Middle Ages, as well as allegedly being the burial site of King Arthur. Additional highlights include the 525-foot sacred hill of Glastonbury Tor, home to the ruins of St Michael’s church; the ancient Chalice Well and the fascinating Somerset Rural Life Museum. We will then make our way to the city of Wells. It can call itself a city because of the famous 13th century Cathedral. It remains remarkably unspoilt and has many other historic buildings including the moated Bishop's Palace, Vicars' Close, St Cuthbert's Church and a good local museum. Free time in the world famous Cheddar George Cheddar is famous for the Cheddar Cheese, which has been produced here since the 12th Century and to this day is still stored in the Cheddar Caves to mature.
Day 5. Returning home with a lunch break en route, arriving home in the afternoon.