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By all intent and purpose, Frome is hardly regarded as the the go to place for today's music. Imagine my surprise when I found that Babyshambles were to be performing at a place called 'Cheese and Grain' in the area. I was pleasantly surprised to see a very respectable venue which seemed more than prepared to cope with the obvious increase in visitors that night. Upon looking in to the venue further, it is not only Pete Doherty's controversial band who light up the schedule, and so there is plenty of joy to be found here if in the area. Oh, and the bar was cheap as well!
Updated Oct 11, 2005
Address: Cheese And Grain, Market Yard, Frome, Somerset
This was one of the best places in Frome to visit with a baby in tow, this has now changed as I have just received the worst customer service there from the owner of the cafe. This lady is very rude and does not deserve for you to spend your money in her business.
Updated Mar 21, 2007
Address: Bridge Street, next to the Tourist Information
The Mason's Arms Pub, about a mile from Frome (Somerset) centre city, near the Sainsbury's, is a surprise for the vegetarian. Besides the tasty and really healthy portions of fish and chips (the fish is bigger than the plate) and the other excellent pub fare, the chef at Mason's Arms really caters to the vegetarian. No frozen veggie patties here! The stilton soup is to die for -- we've gone back three days in a row for it --but the evening main dishes are the real draw. The chef makes a massive vegetarian mushroom strudel that is amazing. And, most interesting of all - there's an aviary out back where you can talk to the budgies and they coo back! The Arms is as yet undiscovered by the tourists, but a well-known haunt for the locals. Not cheap, but not expensive either. Reservations needed on weekends.
Written Jun 13, 2007
Fondest memory: Longleat House is one of the best examples of Elizabethan Architecture in Britain , and it is one of the most stately momes open to teh public.
It was completed in 1580 and is the present home of the 7th Marquess of Bath.
The house is worth seeing .
When we were there there was a small Safari Park and a maze.
Now there is a major Safari Park. You can tour the house without having to pay extra for the park.
Updated Sep 15, 2004