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There are plenty of places to see and visit around Langport. Whether you love hiking or cycling, Langport is a region where 13 hidden gems are waiting to be explored and visited. Check the top places to visit in the region and plan your next adventure today.

The top 13 Attractions around Langport

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    1

    Kitchen at Langport

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Lovely cafe/bakery on the wharf in Langport with a courtyard garden and racks for bikes.

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    ClaireC
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    2

    Kingsbury Episcopi Shop and Cafe

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Excellent stop for the peleton, ample space to park bikes and with in indoor/outdoor seating area. Friendly local volunteers will supply with drinks and cakes for very reasonable prices.

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    Tom_TGS
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    3

    Burrow mump

    Hiking Highlight

    Rising above the village of Burrowbridge, this wonderfully named hill is a scheduled monument and is home to a Grade I listed ruined church on its summit. At 79 feet …

    Tip by
    Kit P
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    4

    Pumping stations are dotted around the Somerset Levels to help manage its rather determined proclivity to flood. As the Levels are only marginally above sea level, it doesn’t take much …

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    Kit P
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    5

    The bullocks steers are very curious about the bike and they are very big so be prepared to turn around.

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    simon fox
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    6

    Gravel

    Bike Touring Highlight

    great droveway track 4miles off road, through West Sedgemoor, you may see swans, herons, great cranes, kingfishers plus you'll probably get wet feet though stay out of the rhyne (pronounced 'reen')

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    robcot
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    7

    This stretch of the River Parrett Trail makes you feel as though the land around you is more river than grass. With the Parrett on one side and the artificial …

    Tip by
    Kit P
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    8

    River Parrett

    Hiking Highlight

    The River Parrett is 37 miles long (60 km) and sweeps through the Somerset Levels on its way from Dorset to Bridport Bay and the Bristol Channel. It’s tidal for …

    Tip by
    Kit P
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    9

    Muchelney Abbey

    Hiking Highlight

    Owned by English Heritage, Muchelney Abbey lies in ruins with its extraordinary footprint still very clearly visible. While the main abbey buildings were destroyed by Henry VIII in the 16th …

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    Kit P
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    10

    Street YHA

    Hiking Highlight

    Street YHA is the oldest operational youth hostel in the country, having opened in 1931. Nestled into the gorgeous countryside south of Street, the hostel is a Swiss chalet style building with large balconies.

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    Kit P
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    11

    Thorney Mill

    Hiking Highlight

    Thorney Mill, otherwise known as Thorney Silent Mill, occupies a particularly pretty point on the River Parrett. No longer in use, it’s a watermill that once ground corn, built in …

    Tip by
    Kit P
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    12

    Owned and managed by the National Trust, this gorgeous old house dates back to the early 14th century. It was the home of the parish priest and built by the …

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    Kit P
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    13

    Walton Hill

    Hiking Highlight

    A Site of Special Scientific Interest and owned by the National Trust, Walton Hill was quarried in the middle ages and is now a thriving habitat for butterflies and other …

    Tip by
    Kit P

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