Recognised as one of England’s national parks, the Mendips are popular with climbers, cavers and potholers, hill walkers and natural historians for their
geological interest and it is easy to see why. The deep emerald greens of the valley farmland roll up and float across hillsides that expose deep grey
crags and gorges. This rugged landscape is perfect for those getaways where you want to experience the outside.
On the southern edge of the Mendips sits Wells, a beautiful historic, cathedral city, in Somerset. Remaining almost unspoilt by modernity, Wells has just 12,000 inhabitants, making it the smallest city you will find in the UK, which is perfect for a rather relaxing and intimate getaway.