Parkgate House, Somerset
Parkgate House is located on the edge of the sleepy village of West Bagborough, 5 miles north of Taunton in West Somerset.
The village lies on the south-west slopes of the Quantock Hills.
West Somerset benefits from one of the most scenic landscapes in England. Nearly two-thirds of the western land area of the district forms part of Exmoor National Park, while on the eastern edge of the district are the Quantock Hills, which in 1956 became the first Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty created in the UK. Large areas of Exmoor and the Quantock Hills are also designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest because of their value for wildlife.
The West Somerset Railway runs through most of the district, from Bishops Lydeard in the south east to Minehead in the north west. Operated mainly as a tourist attraction, the railway runs mostly steam and some diesel locomotives.
28 Riverside, Builth Wells
Builth Wells is a market town and community in the county of Powys, within the historic boundaries of Brecknockshire (Breconshire), mid Wales lying at the confluence of the River Wye and the River Irfon. Renowned for its trout, salmon, sewin, grayling and coarse fishing, the Irfon River is a tributary of the River Wye: it flows through a National Nature Reserve before meeting the Wye in Builth Wells.
Builth is the home of The Royal Welsh Show, the pinnacle event in the British agricultural calendar and organised by the Royal Welsh Agricultural Society, which was formed in 1904. It takes place in July of each year. The show lasts for four days and attracts more than 200,000 visitors annually.