We had a wonderful one night stay to attend a choral concert in Wells Cathedral school, it was a good taster for future visits. Wells Cathedral and the Bishop's Palace are places that can provide interest over many visits, appealing to various audiences from grandparents to grandchildren. The range of independent shops, historic sites, cafes and pubs are sure to meet everyone's needs. We booked the Rustling Tree pitch which has unrestricted views South to Glastonbury Tor and the Somerset levels, our view North over Wells and the Mendip escarpment was just stunning in the early dawn after a wet night. The site is lovingly cared for, being scrupulously clean and well drained ensuring good grip for manoeuvring vehicles and no muddy patches - everything a touring visitor could wish for. We didn't attempt the walk into Wells by footpath as it would have been dark for our return, but for day visits in the spring and summer its a great alternative to packing up the camper and finding parking in the city, although £3 for all day parking in Palace Fields is exceptional value just a short walk form the Bishop's Palace. Nina is a great hostess, providing a welcome second to none and a free guide to what is available locally.