Visiting Somerset

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 the self-catering accommodation below – you can book cottages online - and we are happy to answer any questions.m

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.

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

Cottage at Winslade Farm Bridgwater Somerset

Cottage At Winslade Farm, Bridgwater

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...

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Newly refurbished cottage in Somerset (thoughtful finishing touches to surpass expectations). Free easy street parking and outdoor space to store bikes and kayaks. 5 mins walk to Dulverton. Exmoor Cottage sleeps 6 in 3 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms.

Cottage with fishing in Dulverton

Trout Cottage, Dulverton

Stunning cottage with uninterrupted views of the river and Exmoor National Park just five minute walk to the vibrant market town of Dulverton. Fishing rights included and there's even a kayak you can use! The perfect activity holiday base to explore Exmoor’s landmarks and unspoiled beaches,...

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City Breaks in Somerset, seaside or open countryside?

Lets take three locations - Bath, Glastonbury and Weston-Super-Mare - they could not be more different, are within easy reach of each other and are very popular holiday and tourist locations. Weston-Super-Mare is one of the oldest traditional seaside resorts in England. Glastonbury hosts the amazing world famous music festival music, comedy, and theatre, for culture vultures there is historic abbeys, and churches too. Bath is a UNESO World Heritage Site, a beautiful and romantic city.. Visit the hot springs in the Roman baths that are still in use! For walkers the Quantock Hills and of course Exmoor are close by. The Cheddar Gorge caves are exciting and offer intrigue about our prehistoric ancestors - rock climbing for the family can be arranged!