Things to see and do - Yeovil
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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
R.N.A.S Yeovilton GB - Yeovilton BA22 8HT
Situated near to the Royal Naval Air Station, where the Sea Harriers and Sea Kings are put to the test on a daily basis, this museum is devoted to the history of English fleet air forces from their beginnings to the present day. More than 40 planes a..
Church Path GB - Yeovil BA20 1HE
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 mas..
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.
South Western Terrace GB - Yeovil BA20 1NB
Set within a beautifully refurbished 18th century building, City Lodge offers comfortable, modern accommodation in the heart of Yeovil. City Lodge provides 30 non-smoking, en suite bedrooms, with both a bath and power shower, flat-screen digital TV ..
3 High Street GB - Yeovil BA20 1RE
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Situated in the heart of Yeovil, Mermaid Hotel was formerly a 15th-century coaching inn and features a spacious open-plan bar, split-level restaurant and free on-site parking. A flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities are featured in each ro..
West Coker Road GB - Yeovil BA20 2HE
Offering light, elegant rooms and a 2 AA Rosette restaurant, Yeovil Court is less than 10 minutes’ drive from Yeovil’s centre. Surrounded by lush countryside, it boasts fresh, locally sourced breakfasts Spacious and airy, every room includes free ne..
West Coker GB - Yeovil BA22 9AJ
GB - Rimpton BA22 8AR
On the Dorset/Somerset border, with stunning views of the West Country. Plenty of pub classics alongside more imaginative creations and quirky touches like piggy nibbles and the Sunday roast board: surely every carnivore's dream dish? Bedrooms are si..
GB - Barwick BA22 9TD
Attractive Georgian dower house on the outskirts of town, run by a hospitable husband and wife team. Relax on deep sofas before heading into the elegant dining room with its huge window and heavy drapes. Cooking is classical, satisfying and full of f..