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Self-catering holiday cottages in Somerset

Somerset enjoys a temperate climate and a relaxed way of life popular with holidaymakers; we have a range of holiday cottages in Somerset that provide a more cosy alternatives to hotels, if you’re considering heading away for a break or a longer stay. Take a look through our accommodation below – you can book direct with cottage owners and they will be able to answer any questions you have to.

Ian's Cottage - Wedmore, Somerset
Ian's Cottage Wedmore Somerset Bedrooms: 1 (1 Double) Near Wedmore. Pub within walking distance. Short Breaks available.

This brick cottage is a perfect venue for couples looking for a romantic getaway. It is situated close to the village of Wedmore and has stunning views across the Somerset countryside. With a selection of pubs and shops in the village, there is everything you need on your doorstep. It’s also not far to Wells, Bristol or Bath so an ideal base from which to explore all the Somerset has to offer.

Wilf's Barn - Wedmore, Somerset
Wilf's Barn Wedmore Somerset Bedrooms: 1 (Double) Rural, romantic property. Short walk to pub. Near Bristol and Bath

Wilfs Barn has been lovingly restored from a 20th Century brickmaking works. An ideal romantic retreat for two, close to the village of Wedmore which has a selection of pubs, cafes and shops. Not far from the City of Wells, Glastonbury Tor and Abbey and Cheddar Gorge. Walking in the Mendip Hills, trips to Bath and Bristol are just a number of things you can do from this delightful property.

Cottage at Winslade Farm - Bridgwater, Somerset
Cottage at Winslade Farm Bridgwater Somerset Bedrooms: 1 double, 1 sofa bed, Sleeps: 4 Bathrooms: 1. Cottage at Winslade Farm, Somerset Nearest Town: Bridgwater, Somerset Levels. Pet friendly. No stairs.

A warm welcome await you at The Cottage at Winslade Farm, a peaceful bolthole for 2- 4 guests. Beautifully renovated in 2017, this is a warm cottage with good privacy, friendly owners live next door and there is a big garden to share. Set between Bridgwater and Taunton, close to the motorway, this cottage is well placed for those who are visiting any part of Somerset or the West Country.
Walk, cycle and explore!

Oak Tree Cottage - Dulverton, Somerset
Oak Tree Cottage Dulverton Somerset Bedrooms: 3 - 1 doubles, 1 twin, 1 single. Sleeps: 5. Dulverton. Discount for couples or single persons. Sorry no pets.

This three bedroomed former farmworkers' cottage is beautifully situated on the owner's working farm on the southern edge of Exmoor National Park. It nestles among gentle rolling countryside, where the forests and fields are home to little-seen wildlife such as red and roe deer, owls, badgers and foxes. The cottage is perfectly situated for exploring Exmoor National Park and West Somerset. Horse riding, walking, cycling and coarse and trout fishing on the river Exe are all fantastic ways to spend the day. And there are many attractions to visit in the area: as well as the splendid acres of Exmoor National park, the Tarr Steps, Wimbleball Lake and the West Somerset Railway transports you back to another ages. Plenty for children too - with Exmoor safaris and the Zoo and the cottage is easily accessible to both north and south Devon coasts.

Stonnwall Manor - Frome, Somerset
Stonnwall Manor Frome Somerset Bedrooms: 9 - 8 doubles, 1 family. Sleeps: 19. Frome. Short breaks available. Sorry no pets.

This magnificent 400 year old Elizabethan Manor is set amidst several acres of beautifully landscaped gardens. It has many original period features including stone gabled roofs, historic fireplaces, decorative plaster ceiling mouldings, oak stripped floors, huge oak beams and 15th-century panelling. All the bedrooms have four poster beds and the large dining room with rosewood table is ideal for a medieval feast or banquet. The manor is situated on the south side of the ancient market town of Frome in one of the most picturesque and historic areas of Somerset. It is a really amazing large house to rent and perfect for a special celebration or gathering with friends or family - idyllic for a holiday too!

Somerset offers some unique treasures to visitors, including rolling limestone hills – such as the Mendip Hills – and an extensive network of caves, including the famous Wookey Hole. The area also has many of the attractions common in the South West of England, such as sandy beaches and sleepy villages spread out across rural lands. Bristol, the county’s largest city, is up-and-coming with significant investment made in its development. For a truly enjoyable visit to the region, choose one of our Somerset holiday cottages – fantastic for both families and couples alike.

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