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I was born in number 17 Vicars close ,as my Dads sang in the cathedral choir and was a teacher in the wells cathedral school, l think it was one of the most idealistic child hoods any body could hope for,but the houses were freezing...More
Fabulous architecture, kept to the original style. Well worth a visit if you are in Wells, just under the bridge, cross the road and there it is. Called 'Vicars Close', an absolute treasure of a close, houses with the original chimneys intact. A must see.
It is so atmospheric - we were transported back in time. No more than two hundred yards from the Cathedral but easy to miss. I wish I was an artist and could paint it!
This gem is a must see and it's free!
This pretty medieval street with its interesting architecture has to be combined with a visit to the cathedral and the museum. All three will provide for an informative afternoon which could then be followed up by a soft ice cream from one of the cafes...More