Explore Britain’s boho scene in the edgy West Country

August 5, 2014

Benjamin Parker of The New York Post explores the English town of Bruton which has, over the recent years, gained a reputation as the “glamourati” country escape of choice... 

Close to THE PIG-on the beach it's a great read if you have booked or are thinking about staying with us in Studland.

"It’s a warm, peaceful Saturday afternoon in the tranquil English town of Bruton. At the annual church fair, locals gossip over glasses of cider. The smell of barbecued sausages fills the air, and a tug-of-war competition is under way. It’s a quintessential summertime scene in Somerset - a county two hours drive west of London, which remains a stronghold of rural tradition."

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