Highfield Bed & Breakfast
A beautifully restored Edwardian house with a large guest car park and just a 7 minute stroll from the high street.
Some of the rooms have a balcony where guests can sit and relax overlooking Steph's lovingly tended garden.
All rooms are furbished to a high standard and have free Wi-Fi.
We pride ourselves on the quality and standard of our breakfasts and any dietary need can be catered for with prior knowledge.
Wells is the smallest City in England with approximately 12,000 inhabitants nestled in the foot hills of the Mendips where guests can go walking, cycling, horse riding or just driving around seeing the views.
Wells is a Medieval City which gets it's name from the springs which bubble up in the Bishops Palace gardens still today
Wells Cathedral, Vicars Close and the Bishops Palace should not be missed by any visitor to the West Country who should watch the Swans on the Place moat pull the rope to ring the bell for their food.
Wells is situated in central Somerset so is an ideal location to tour this County.
Some of the local attractions are Wookey Hole Caves a firm favourite with visiting families wishing to see the resident witch.
Glastonbury Abbey and Chalice Well famous for there association with the legend of Kind Aurthur.
Cheddar Caves and the famous Cheddar Gorge.
The Somerset Levels with it's history and wild life why not book a break in the Autumn / early Winter and come and see the murmation of starlings (fascinating to watch the birds incredible aerobatics).
Just 20 miles away is the wonderful Georgian City of Bath (UNESCO World Heritage City).
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This page was last updated: 01 February 2015