"1,000 years old" Axbridge by Duffelgirl

Axbridge Travel Guide: 8 reviews and 15 photos

If you’re in the area, maybe visiting nearby cheesy Cheddar or just touring around the Mendips, don’t miss out Axbridge; One of the oldest villages in the region, complete with a meandering high street where houses jut out in strange alluring angles. There are four good excuses to visit Axbridge: to see a 13th century church, walk around a restored medieval house/museum, visit Cheddar reservoir and last (but not least) drinking a warm bitter in the top quality local pub. The perfect way to spend a sunny, Sunday afternoon.

Axbridge is easily found on the A371 travelling towards Cheddar. For a detailed map visit 'www.multimap.co.uk' and search for ‘Axbridge’.

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    Nov 15, 2005 at 12:30 PM

    That's the kind of entry fee I like! Interesting and informative pages. Shame it was pouring rain and the museum was closed when I went through!


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