About the Town

St. Anne’s is the ideal base for an authentic, inspiring Glastonbury experience.

Glastonbury is an ancient site of spiritual pilgrimage full of history, legends and mysteries which attracts travellers from all over the globe. We can provide you with maps and information about the local area and places of interest such as the Chalice Well and White Spring Well to help you get the most out of your stay.

  • Glastonbury Tor
  • Glastonbury Abbey
  • Chalice Well
  • White Spring
  • St Margaret’s Chapel
  • Gog & Magog
  • Avalon Marshes
  • The Sweet Track


Glastonbury lies at the heart of the Avalon Marshes – a unique wetland habitat which is easily accessible on foot, by bike or car. Wildlife highlights include booming Bitterns and Egrets on the nature reserve at Ham Wall, Shapwick Heath Nature Reserve and Westhay Moor which boasts one of the largest Starling Murmurations in Britain. The area also has a rich heritage with historical sites such as the Neolithic Sweet Track, Glastonbury Lake Village and Meare Fish House.