North Somerset takes in the Chew valley which is unique in the West Country comprising some thirty-five thousand acres of unspoilt and protected countryside. It is the middle ground for the Bristol, Bath ,Wells triangle. To the South lies the Mendip hills with it’s undulating countryside that reaches for miles. It is hugely popular with walkers, climbers and horse riders.
The southern outskirts of Bristol with a network of villages linked by winding country lanes. There are numerous pretty rural villages to choose from that are within a few miles of the Georgian city of Bath.