Glastonbury is well known for its music festival but what should also be known about the town is how amazing it is as a holiday destination. Glastonbury is situated in the South English County of Somerset and the Glastonbury B&B's are some of the finest in the entire area. The town is one of the most historically significant in all of the UK, that is why there are so many myths and legends that originate from the area. At one point the local Tor was believed to be where the legendary King Arthur was meant to be buried, visiting Glastonbury is something that everyone should consider.
Of course, when talking about the town the Glastonbury festival needs to be mentioned, as it arguably might be the most famous music event in the UK. The festival will be in June of this year and it had a recorded attendance of over 200,000 people in 2019, so if you are coming to Glastonbury for it, you really should book a Glastonbury B&B if you don't want to stay on site. This five-day event will host some of the most popular and well-renowned artists from the world over, tickets are hard to come by but if you are able to come this year or the next then you should as this is something that shouldn't be missed.
One of the finest tourist attractions in the town is the Glastonbury Abbey, when staying at a Glastonbury B&B you will be perfectly situated in the centre of town to be able to visit all the amazing attractions including this one. The original site dates all the way back to the 8th century but many Christian legends believe the Abbey was first constructed in the 1st century. Medieval monks from the 12th century used to state that the town of Glastonbury was in fact Avalon from the Arthurian Legends.
If you would like to enjoy the natural environment when in town make sure to take the time to walk up the Glastonbury Tor. After a long but fun walking up the famous hill you might need somewhere to put your feet up, a Glastonbury B&B is the perfect place to do just that. At the top of the hill, you will not only find one of the finest views in all of the UK but also the Grade 1 listed building of St Michael's Tower. The walk is fairly easy and is about 2 miles in length and is absolutely a great way to spend a day out in Glastonbury.
The town of Glastonbury is one of the most spiritual towns in the entirety of the UK and for that alone it is definitely somewhere that you need to consider for your next holiday. The Glastonbury B&B's also offer some of the finest accommodation you could ever stay at. The Glastonbury Festival sometimes outshines the rest of the town, and while it is an extraordinary event it should also be stated just how amazing the town is as a whole. Come to Glastonbury for your next holiday and you will be able to see for yourself just how magical this town truly is.
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This page was last updated on 28 September, 2022.