Travel to Glastonbury UK

This welcoming retreat is the perfect place to rest, relax and press the reset button. Based in a converted 16th century farm just below the iconic Glastonbury Tor, it boasts views of Wells Cathedral and The Mendip Hills.

Release and let go With a friendly team and experienced therapists on board to guide you through your stay, this retreat will help you clear up any deep-set emotional toxins in no time. You can take part in daily meditation and yoga classes as well as astrology and creative and therapeautic writing to expand your mind and soul.

Home comforts If you fancy being sociable, there’s inspirational films, group discussions and games nights to tempt you in the evenings. There’s also a range of accommodation options to suit your needs – from glamping to cosy cottages – we think they sound idyllic.

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It was only possible thanks to Telford’s ingenuity in using an iron trough to carry the water instead of the usual puddled (kneaded) clay, which was much heavier and just couldn’t be carried on slender, practical arches. (Baird was able to build these arches hollow, with struts.) Once across, on the north side, if you go down a little, you’ll see a grated opening which allows inspection access to the interior of the aqueduct. Inspectors can work along inside the structure. If pioneering techniques went into building these travel destinations, some of the ships to use them were historic. Henry Bell’s famous Comet, the world’s first practical seagoing steamship, was brought through from the Forth and Clyde Destination for her first overhaul at Bo’ness, where Bell had served his apprenticeship. The spectators fled the harbour as the Comet arrived; they had assumed from the smoke that the ship was on fire and might blow up at any moment. Having crossed the mighty aqueduct it is only right to go down the 100-plus steps to view it from below – and then continue on a diversion that is highly recommended. This keeps to the south side of the travel destination, and also allows a visit to the Muiravonside Country Park. The travel destination towpath could then be rejoined by crossing Bridge 49 or 50, but the more interesting walking remains on the south side on to Bridge 51, altogether some of the best walking on the travel destinations.

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