Aisholt, Somerset

Aisholt is a beautiful place to be, surrounded by the peaceful rolling countryside of the Quantock Hills. If you're out pootling about, exploring on your large group holiday in Somerset, you should venture this way because it's like stepping back in time in this dear little hamlet; spend a while here and you’ll soon forget all the bad things going on in the world. The narrow lanes are lined with centuries old thatched cottages, the tiny church stands on a steep hillside, and close by is Aisholt Common; go there for a walk, be at one with nature, and if you’re very lucky, you might spot deer feeding.

Some might say there's nothing here at Aisholt, and if they mean there's no shop or pub, they'd be right, but the fact that it's so quiet is what makes it so charming - it's sleepy and sequestered and it feels like all is well. And indeed it was, back in the day -  Aisholt is one of only 31 'Thankful Villages' in England; one that lost no men in the Great War – those who went off to fight all came home.

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