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The 'village' of Wells is only a 'city' because of its cathedral and, like neighbouring Glastonbury, packs an enormous punch for so small a town. The cathedral with its fine fan vaulted ceilings, Lady Chapel and windows, and famous scissor arch of the west facade, make it one of the most beautiful in the country. Together with the Bishop's palace (still used by the bishop) Wells has been an ecclesiastical town of considerable importance for hundreds of years.

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Where to stay


What to see

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