Fabulous city - smallest city in England. Spectacular cathedral, free entry; Bishop's Palace; market square. Quaint tea shops and restaurants - we recommend The Swan hotel.
Wells is a cathedral city in edge of the Mendip Hills. Only 7 miles from Glastonbury. Wells has had city status since medieval times, because of the presence of Wells Cathedral. Often described as England's smallest city. Wells is named from three wells dedicated to Saint Andrew, one in the market…
Wells is the smallest city in England with a huge cathedral over 1000 years old, the Bishops Palace and a great little museum plus lots more.
Which? described Wells as a “compact but perfectly formed gem.” It said: “Plum on the central green perches Wells Cathedral, an epic endeavour of ecclesiastical architecture raised as England's first Gothic cathedral between 1175 and 1490. “Alongside runs Vicar's Close, one of the only intact…