Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Somerset

A thriving Somerset village where most of the houses are built of the local yellow ham stone; there’s a primary school and a shop and a rather pretty village church, as well as two friendly pubs and a coffee shop. Nearby there's a 14th and 15th century priory that’s owned by the National Trust where on certain days when it's open, you can see the Great Hall. Just up the road is Ham Hill Country Park where you can explore the ramparts of the Iron Age hill fort and go to the Prince of Wales for sustenance.

All information correct at the time of writing

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