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Address: Stone, Castle Cary, BA4 6RY

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Travellers Rest is a traditional country pub situated in the picturesque Mendip district of Somerset. Free Wi-Fi is provided in public areas, as well as free private parking. A TV, en suite shower room and tea/coffee making facilities are provided in each room at Travellers Rest. Pub meals and snacks are served in the dining room, as well as a hearty full English breakfast. Cream teas and cakes are also served during the spring and summer months. The small town of Shepton Mallet is just 15 minutes’ drive and features shops and a considerable number of listed buildings. Glastonbury is only 9.3 miles and Royal Bath & West Showground is 10 minutes by car.

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Bruton School for Girls - University

Bruton School for Girls - University

Distance 5.2 miles (8.32 km)
Bruton School for Girls is an independent day and boarding school for girls aged 2 18 located near Pitcombe in Bruton in south east Somerset, England. The school comprises Sunny Hill Nursery and Pre-Preparatory, Sunny Hill Preparatory, a senior school and sixth form with an overall attendance of approximately 350 pupils, of whom a third are boarders.[2] A small number of boys also attend the nursery and pre-prep.Bruton School for Girls celebrated its centenary in 2001. The school was originally founded as a private day and boarding school and named Sunny Hill School. In 1911 it became a public secondary school and received an annual
endowment from the Hugh Sexeys Charity and grants from Somerset County Council. After the passing of the 1944 Education Act, Sunny Hill School became fully independent. In 1961, the school changed its name to Bruton School for Girls and in 1997 extended its Junior Department to take students from age 3.