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Holiday Cottages in Somerset

Located in the heart of the South West, Somerset has so much to offer, from the mysterious moorlands of Exmoor National Park or the wide open spaces of the Levels, to charming seaside towns like Weston-super-Mare. And what better way to experience this beautiful and varied county than a stay in Somerset holiday cottages?

Holiday cottages in Somerset give you and your family the freedom to holiday on your own terms. Pick up some delicious local produce on your travels, perhaps some cider or cheddar cheese, and head back to your cottage to cook up something special. That’s the beauty of a self-catered cottage holiday you have complete control over everything, enjoying all the comfort and quality of great accommodation but holidaying to your own timetable. With pet-friendly options, larger properties and even cottages with swimming pools, there are Somerset holiday cottages available for all tastes and budgets.

Things to do on your Somerset cottage holiday

Somerset has lots going on and is a top destination for adventures with the family or romantic getaways. Somerset’s beautiful landscapes are ripe for exploring and are characterised by moody moorlands, rolling green hills, and rugged coastline. Why not visit fascinating natural landmarks like Cheddar Gorge (yes, the cheese was invented here too!), or head out to one of the three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty Quantock Hills, Blackdown Hills or Mendip Hills.

Somerset, although a rural place can also get pretty lively. The county is home to the Glastonbury Festival, as well as other festivals like the illuminated festival and Guy Fawkes Festival, which both take place in the picturesque town of Bridgewater, where you’ll also find a museum, the Blake Museum, and lots of historic landmarks like the Corn Exchange.

Somerset really does have it all, including miles of stunning coastline. Seaside resorts like Burnham-on-Sea offer everything you’d expect from a British coastal town, while more secluded areas like Ladye Bay are a little wilder; a picturesque small sandy beach backed by rugged cliffs.

Make your next holiday truly unique, choose Somerset holiday cottages and enjoy the comfort, convenience, and quality of your own little hideaway, ideal for romantic trips or once-in-a-lifetime family jaunts.

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Holiday Cottages In Somerset To Rent

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Holiday Cottages in Somerset

Located in the heart of the South West, Somerset has so much to offer, from the mysterious moorlands of Exmoor National Park or the wide open spaces of the Levels, to charming seaside towns like Weston-super-Mare. And what better way to experience this beautiful and varied county than a stay in Somerset holiday cottages?

Holiday cottages in Somerset give you and your family the freedom to holiday on your own terms. Pick up some delicious local produce on your travels, perhaps some cider or cheddar cheese, and head back to your cottage to cook up something special. That’s the beauty of a self-catered cottage holiday you have complete control over everything, enjoying all the comfort and quality of great accommodation but holidaying to your own timetable. With pet-friendly options, larger properties and even cottages with swimming pools, there are Somerset holiday cottages available for all tastes and budgets.

Things to do on your Somerset cottage holiday

Somerset has lots going on and is a top destination for adventures with the family or romantic getaways. Somerset’s beautiful landscapes are ripe for exploring and are characterised by moody moorlands, rolling green hills, and rugged coastline. Why not visit fascinating natural landmarks like Cheddar Gorge (yes, the cheese was invented here too!), or head out to one of the three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty Quantock Hills, Blackdown Hills or Mendip Hills.

Somerset, although a rural place can also get pretty lively. The county is home to the Glastonbury Festival, as well as other festivals like the illuminated festival and Guy Fawkes Festival, which both take place in the picturesque town of Bridgewater, where you’ll also find a museum, the Blake Museum, and lots of historic landmarks like the Corn Exchange.

Somerset really does have it all, including miles of stunning coastline. Seaside resorts like Burnham-on-Sea offer everything you’d expect from a British coastal town, while more secluded areas like Ladye Bay are a little wilder; a picturesque small sandy beach backed by rugged cliffs.

Make your next holiday truly unique, choose Somerset holiday cottages and enjoy the comfort, convenience, and quality of your own little hideaway, ideal for romantic trips or once-in-a-lifetime family jaunts.

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  1. Robert

    Verified purchase

    "My family and I stayed for 4 nights this week and had a really excellent time.S40561 offers extremely high quality facilities in very comfortable surroundings.We particularly liked the fact that the kitchen and living room are upstairs which afford fabulous views out across the surrounding countryside.After booking I was initially concerned about how close the road is to the front of the property, but after staying there that concern is completely groundless. It was a lovely, peaceful road which only experienced the occasional car and several horses and riders.Helen (the owner) has really thought of everything you could need or want in a stay of this type from books, DVD's, board games and freesat TV through to plenty of maps and even a spare dog lead.We have rented holiday homes all over the world and S40561 comes with one of the best equipped kitchens with plenty of pots, pans, glasses, crockery and cutlery. There were also a set of decent and sharp kitchen knives.Microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, coffee machine....the list goes on!While the weather was a bit hit and miss during our stay we found S40561 to be an excellent base from which to visit a number of locations. Cycling on the beach in Woolacombe was a particular highlight, as was our journey on the Somerset Steam Railway which we caught from Minehead. Kilve Beach is also well worth a look if you are interested in fossil hunting.Overall a very relaxing and enjoyable stay in terrific surroundings and we were sad to leave though we'd have no hesitation returning or recommending this lovely property."
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  2. Kevin

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely people running a busy farm. Remember this cottage is right in the heart of the working farm, cow barn full of cows a few feet away from the cottage which we did not mind! Electric heaters and a wood burner for heating which had to be left in all the time to keep the place warm. Heater not working in bathroom so damp and black mold which was not nice and not pleasant to have a bath or shower. Nice touch that they have logs in the garage we can use and nice large log burner. Only down side was the bed very uncomfortable but nice pillows, cold bathroom and the place needed a good clean. ( log burner needed cleaning out before we could use and the cooker was really dirty) (I had to pull the knobs off and give it a good clean) Apart from that it was worth the money we paid for the hire for the week and as I said the owners were very welcoming and nice. If the above Problems were sorted it would be a really nice place to stay. It’s located down a long drive from the village to the farm (about 800 mts)Great views over the village, the rolling hills, blue anchor beach and wales across the sea around 15 miles away. We would book again and hope the problems are addressed. I would say it’s more a 2-3 star not a 4 star.Dunster, blue anchor, exmoor, minehead etc all close so lots to see. I recommend this place for a break."
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  3. Jim

    Verified purchase

    "Had a lovely week's stay here from 11/5/18. A delightful cottage (comfy, cosy & clean), fully-equipped & with all mod-cons. Our bed was lovely too & we slept soundly all week. Although the property is part of the farm, it is on the edge of it, round the back & out of the way. Access to it is easy, via a straightforward in & out route through what I have to say is a very clean, tidy & well-ordered farm. During our stay, there was hardly any noise from the farm at all & definitely nothing to disturb us. Most days, in the garden with its terrific view out over the Bristol Channel, all we could hear were birds singing & sheep bleating in the fields around us. Rural bliss! The owners, Andrew & Tracy, are lovely people; very friendly & helpful if required but completely non-intrusive otherwise. All in all, an excellent base from which to explore this lovely part of the world. Would happily return here again."
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  4. Peter

    Verified purchase

    "This is a very clean and well equipped lodge, with lovely sized bedrooms and best ever ensuites I've stayed in, only fault here though is baths are large and high sided, stepping in or out with no hand rail is a potential hazard.The heating system is underfloor, which unfortunately was not working correctly therefore very hot lounge area and cold bedrooms, (this was ok for my taste but may cause problems for others).Outside has a very nice decking area, but sun unable to reach due to height of conifers next to lodge, but owls make up for this, Hooting most nights.Pine needles cover decking and constantly walked in so be prepared to hoover regularly.Lodge is on a working farm as stated so surroundings not wonderful, concrete barns.If peace and quiet is all you require, barring sheep, pheasents and owls, its wonderful.Be prepared to navigate narrow lanes to venture out."
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  5. Stuart

    Verified purchase

    "S39639 is a lovely cottage superbly located backing onto the harbour in the centre of the quiet town of Watchet. The convenience of local amenities is a real bonus, there is a 5 minute walk to a lovely quiet beach which is spectacular when the tide is out. Parking is via permit (provided) in the car park directly opposite and you can load and unload from thr parking spot directly in front of the front door. There are some lovely (dog-friendly) pubs within metres with the Star being our favourite. The house itself is a tardis, lovely and homely downstairs and extremely spacious upstairs with 3 very comfortable double bedrooms and a large loft with twin beds. All in all it makes for a perfect quiet break, Watchet is a hidden gem and S39639 a jewel at its heart."
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