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explore & discover

Set in the heart of rural Somerset in the sleepy hamlet of Coxbridge, Tall Trees Glamping offers the perfect base to explore the local area or to simply sit back, relax and do nothing at all. We grew up in the local area and are proud of what the West Country has to offer, from beautiful landscapes to fascinating history. Visit our What's On page to find out what's happening in the area during your stay.

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Walk & cycle

There's no shortage of beautiful walks and bike rides on our doorstep, with a climb up the Tor an absolute must for the panoramic view. We've spent many afternoons exploring the area on foot or wheels. We provide our handpicked guide of the best walks and cycle routes from gentle ambles to ambitious hikes.

 
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Towns & Villages

With the cathedral city of Wells (the smallest in England) and fascinating market town of Glastonbury a short drive away there's plenty to discover. What's more, there's no shortage of cosy West Country pubs where you can relax with a  pint of the finest Somerset cider after all that culture! 

 
 
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Breathtaking beaches

Day trips from Tall Trees Glamping to the Dorset coast offer dramatic scenery and contrast. West Bay, famous as the backdrop to the TV series Broadchurch is well worth a visit. Whilst West Bexington is a mackerel fishing haven and Durdle Door is an iconic symbol of the Jurassic Coast.  

 
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animals & wildlife

Our lodges are surrounded by working farmland. Visit Shapwick Heath for bird spotting, otters and Britain's largest dragonfly. Farm tours are available at Chew Valley Country Farm and Fern Animal Sanctuary. If you're after something a bit more exotic, Longleat Safari Park is a forty minute drive away. The Avalon Marshes and Westhay Moor offer unrivalled bird watching.