Yeovil Travel guide
Yeovil : Michelin's recommendations
Archaeological finds suggest that this site was already occupied in the Bronze Age. Yeovil, a major leather and glove centre since the 14C, was later known for its flax. In 1853, the opening of the railway link with Taunton boosted the town's activity. Yeovil's population increased and the majority of the buildings seen today date from the 19C and 20C. There are however a few Georgian houses and old inns still standing, mainly in Princess Street, Silver Street and on the High Street.
Tourist attractions Yeovil : Things to see and do
Hendford GB - Yeovil BA20 1UN
Housed in an 18C post house, the museum covers local industries and archaeological finds from the region, a range of glasswork, costumes and firearms from the 18 and 19C.
Church Path GB - Yeovil BA22 7NX
The church is in the Perpendicular style, and was built in 1380-1400 with fawn and grey coloured stone from Ham Hill. Solid flying buttresses support the 27 m bell tower. The church is remarkable for its windows , keystones sculpted with faces and..
South Western Terrace GB - Yeovil BA20 1NB
Prix Prices from : 40 £
Set within a beautifully refurbished 18th century building, this hotel provides comfortable, modern accommodation in the heart of Yeovil, within easy walking distance of all that the town has to offer. City Lodge provides 30 non-smoking, en suite b..
11 Wine Street GB - Yeovil BA20 1PW
"Best described as a 'restaurant with rooms' The Green Room has continued to build a sold reputation for excellent food and friendly service since opening in June 2007. The style is eclectic; a mix of traditional and contemporary , with all the ..
64 PRESTON ROAD GB - Yeovil BA20 2DL
The Preston Hotel is a handsome Victorian House, warmly refurbished and family run in a friendly relaxed atmosphere with professionalism in mind. With the emphasis on a warm welcome and comfortable stay, The Preston Hotel is the ideal choice for busi..