Moving to frome?
"This free-spirited Somerset market town was named one of the best places to live in the South West in 2020 by The Times. With its community feel, slower pace of life, tempting restaurants, independent shops and great schools, you can see why. Frome is nestled in stunning countryside close to the Bristol Channel. It also has an impressive four areas of outstanding natural beauty on the doorstep and is seen as the gateway to Exmoor National Park. Add in an easy commute to the nearby cities of Bristol and Bath and there really is something for everyone". yupo.co.uk
"Frome’s outskirts are littered with brilliant country pubs that do brilliant grub including The Royal Oak in Corsley and The Three Horseshoes in Chapmanslade. In the town itself there are a handful of decent places to eat covering a range of cuisines, from superb steaks at The Bath Arms to reasonably priced Italian food at Castello to hearty grub at the Garden Café". bristolpost.co.uk
"There are usually three direct trains a day from London, with a journey time of just under two hours, and many more non-direct services. Bath and Bristol are also close by, at 40 and 55 minutes away by train respectively. Please note that train timetables may be affected by COVID-19 – check before you travel. Frome’s train station has its own bit of history too, commemorated by a blue plaque at the station – Leonard Woolf proposed to Virginia Woolf, then Virginia Stephens, here in 1912. By car, the M4 and M5 are around an hour away, with the M3 a 90-minute drive across the edges of Salisbury Plain". loveexploring.com