Glastonbury Tor

Glastonbury Tor

The birthplace of English Christianity and the reputed final resting place of King Arthur at its famous Abbey, Glastonbury has a cultural and spiritual history dating back almost 2000 years. Glastonbury Abbey was originally built in 63AD and rebuilt following a fire in the 13th Century.

Quirky craft & gift shops in Glastonbury

Quirky craft & gift shops in Glastonbury

The myths and legends surrounding Glastonbury Tor make the town a popular destination for the New Age community and the world famous Glastonbury Festival is held close to the town each year in the village of Pilton. It addition to its famous festival, Glastonbury also hosts a number of autumn carnivals which date back to the 17th Century and the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. Away from the historical attractions, enjoy browsing around the eclectic range of independent shops in the town centre or learn about the area's cider making heritage at the Somerset Rural Life Museum in Glastonbury.

Glastonbury offers an excellent choice of accommodation including budget hotels ideal for Glastonbury festival accommodation, cosy old inns with B&B accommodation, boutique B&Bs ideal for a romantic break and family friendly holiday cottages in the surrounding countryside. Compare prices and book Glastonbury accommodation online or direct.

Accommodation in Glastonbury

  • Glastonbury   (0.6 miles from the centre of Glastonbury)
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    Budget Travelodge hotel in Glastonbury with newly refurbished accommodation, free parking, Wi-Fi service, flexible check in/ out times by arrangement & nearby petrol station.
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  • Near Wells   (2.8 miles from the centre of Glastonbury)
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    £35
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    Award-winning farmhouse B&B in the Somerset Levels near Wells & Glastonbury. Rural & river views, luxury suites & wheelchair access. Free WiFi, tea room and scrumptious breakfasts.
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  • Glastonbury   (0.3 miles from the centre of Glastonbury)
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    £75
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    Edwardian guest house in Glastonbury just a short stroll from the Abbey and town centre. Twin and double en-suites, free parking, garden and WiFi. Evening dinner on request.
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