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All reviewsalms housestucked awaylittle piece of heavenbusy streetpretty gardensmall sitethe main roadlight a candletended gardenknowledgeable volunteerslovely gardenan oasis of calmwonderful energypiece of historyworth a visithigh streettown centre
A beautiful little piece of history and a place of calm contemplation in our busy town. The delightful gardens are very peaceful and enclosed. The volunteers brought this garden back to life and it shows their love for the place.
Originally part of the towns wall, this tiny ‘put you up’ for travellers or hospital gave it’s name to the street it sits on, ‘spital street! Now renamed Magdalene St after the chapel. Not as obvious to find as the Tor or Abbey etc but...More
This is a delightful place as part of your Glastonbury itinerary. Down a little path with a wrought iron gate, takes you into a well tended garden. The bulbs were out when I went. The alms houses are fascinating 2 room dwellings with lathe and...More