Discover Bruton

King Alfred’s Tower, near Bruton, Somerset

Bruton is a picturesque town in the heart of Somerset. The charming town offers a delightful mix of history, nature, and a vibrant village culture. Whether you’ve decided on a move to the county or are just starting to consider it, here are five reasons to put Bruton at the top of your list:

1) History

Bruton has a rich history, with roots stretching back to Roman times. The town has some stunning architecture, including landmarks like the Dovecote and the 14th-century Church of St Mary.

2) Beautiful Natural Scenery

Nestled amongst rolling hills and lush woodland, Bruton is a nature lover’s dream. The River Brue offers picturesque views and tranquil walking paths, perfect for enthusiastic hikers and casual walkers.

3) Vibrant Culture

Despite its modest size, Bruton’s arts scene is thriving. The acclaimed Hauser & Wirth art gallery, housed in a restored farm, exhibits a range of contemporary art year-round.

4) Gourmet Delights

There’s no shortage of options for food enthusiasts here, with a range of culinary experiences on offer. As well as plenty of fine dining restaurants, cozy cafes like The Chapel offer a warm, inviting atmosphere and delicious local fare. The Bruton Farmers Market is a treasure trove of local produce.

5) Excellent Schools

Renowned institutions like the King’s School make Bruton an ideal choice for families seeking quality education for their children.

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