The Setting

Nestled below the Mendip Hills, the City of Wells is the smallest city in the country. At the heart of Wells lies The Bishop’s Palace & Gardens, medieval residence of the Bishops of Bath and Wells and home to the well pools that give the city its name. Only 20 miles from both Bristol and Bath and 6 miles from Glastonbury.

The Vibe

The Bishop’s Palace & Gardens has played host to lavish hospitality for over 800 years. If you’ve ever wanted to be King and Queen of your own Palace, then this is the venue for you!

Welcome guests over the Moat and Drawbridge, past the Croquet Lawn, in the medieval Entrance Hall or on your own terrace, then impress them with the vaulted Undercroft for dinner, followed by sweeping up the stunning staircase to the breath-taking Long Gallery for tea, coffee and cake.

Dancing and entertainment can also take place in the vaulted Undercroft and don’t forget the 14 acres of stunning RHS partner gardens, including waterfalls, wells pools, diverse and luxuriant planting and unrivalled views across Wells Cathedral.