Visit Somerset and explore the “sacred Sites” of our Pagan Past & Take in a Festival as well.
The Beltane Celebrations at Glastonbury are a modern interpretation of the ancient Celtic pagan fertility rite of spring, and where better to celebrate such an event? There are different groups who organise different events around the date.
This begins with celebrations on the night of 30th April into May 1st every year regardless of what day of the week the date falls upon: on April 30th there’s a Community Night event at the Assembly Rooms and on 1st May the sacred waters are blessed at the White Spring followed by the raising of a maypole at Bushey Combe with dancing and more music.
A separate event is the Dragon Celebrations which usually take place on a weekend near May 1st (usually the early May Bank Holiday weekend). The Dragons procession starts with street performances, singing, dancing and music at the Market Cross, then moves along the High Street with Chinese dragons, green men and an array of costumed folk.
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Situated on a very quiet country lane on the village outskirts, KEEPERS COTTAGE is a luxurious, boutique bed & breakfast in a secluded, rural location.
Converted from a former gamekeeper’s cottage each suite has its own private entrance and exudes rustic charm with features such as wood floors, exposed stone work and vaulted, oak-beamed ceilings.
The epitome of English country house comfort and style. Breakfast is served around the large kitchen table and there are plenty of great local pubs.
Singles welcome from £90.00.
Situated just 5 miles outside Glastonbury and with lovely views of the Tor!!!
We have visitors from all across the UK, and Europe more widely, and especially Germany, who have been drawn to the area because of Glastonbury and it’s “sacred sites there really is enormous interest from peoples of all walks of life.
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