THERE'S no denying they're beautiful, but do you agree that these two streets are the finest in Somerset?

An online poll saw two of the county's oldest locations voted the best in Somerset.

Travel Somerset ran a contest to see which were our favourites streets.

Vicars' Close, in Wells came out on top, with the A396 in Dunster the runner up when the result was announced on Somerset Day (Tuesday, May 11).

Vicars' Close is the oldest street in Europe, with construction started in 1348.

It is home to the Wells Cathedral choir and is 140 metres in length.

The main street in Dunster has a 1609 market cross - not forgetting a castle at the end of the street.



RUNNER UP: The A396 in Dunster

Also deserving of a mention are semi finalists Cliff Road, in Cheddar, and Catherine Hill, Frome.

And not far behind were quarter finalists Porlock Hill; Hammet Street in Taunton; Market Place, Castle Cary; and Squibbers Way, Bridgwater.