The Prestleigh Inn is a Guest Houses Bed And Breakfast provider based in Shepton Mallet. You can contact them on 01749 830179
The products and services that The Prestleigh Inn provides can be found at the location Prestleigh, Shepton Mallet, BA4 4NL or by calling 01749 830179
Shepton Mallet is a area in Somerset in the South West Of England
The name Shepton derives from the Old English scoep and tun, meaning “sheep farm”; the Domesday Book of 1086 records a settlement known as Sceaptun. The current spelling is recorded at least as far back as 1496, in a letter from Henry VII. The second part of the name derives from that of the Norman family of Malet. Gilbert Malet, son of William Malet, Honour of Eye, held a lease from Glastonbury Abbey around 1100. The second letter “l” appears to have been added to the spelling in the 16th century. Archaeological investigations have found evidence of prehistoric activity in the Shepton Mallet area, with substantial amounts of Neolithic flint and some pottery fragments from the late Neolithic period. The two barrows on Barren Down, to the north of the town centre, contained cremation burials from the Bronze Age and another Bronze Age burial site contained a skeleton and some pottery. The remains of Iron Age roundhouses and artefacts such as quernstones and beads were found at Cannard’s Grave, and a probable Iron Age farming settlement has been identified at Field Farm. In the nearby countryside there is evidence of Iron Age cave dwellings in Ham Woods to the north-west, and several burial mounds at Beacon Hill, a short distance north of the town.
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