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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

More Somerset Cottages

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. John

    Verified purchase

    "We are a party of six walkers who stayed in the cottage between 11 and 18 March, 2016, at which time a new contractor-caretaker had taken over responsibility for the property. Consequently many of the criticisms made in previous reviews concerning cleanliness had been resolved.The property itself is charming, well furnished and ideally located for accessing Exmoor and the surrounding coastline. However, we did encounter a variety of problems, some of which were easily resolved but others not.Matters such as the absence of spare refuse bags, no waste bins in rooms, a lack of bathmats, and a bare minimum supply of towels and tea towels were irritants. More seriously, there was a mouse infestation throughout the house – clearly a recurrent problem which requires a permanent solution provided by a reputable pest control company.Regarding domestic appliances, the washing machine would not spin or drain, the dishwasher tilted when fully stacked and the electric oven was slow and inefficient. Considering the potential number of occupants, the kitchen inventory is also inadequate, and the following items need to be provided: more mugs, weighing scales, a measuring jug, serving dishes, mixing bowls and eggcups. Furthermore, although the property description mentions that the water supply is fed from a spring, it does not refer to the resulting poor pressure in some of the bathrooms, nor the fact that this affects the hot water supply, some of which is heated by an oil-fired Aga and some from the heating system boiler. One bathroom in particular – in an endeavour to retain an antique sink fitment – delivers little more than a trickle from the tap. We found that six of us could cope by working around which bathroom delivered the best option at a given time but larger parties would struggle to do so. A serious upgrade of the water supply and plumbing is therefore required. At the very least, a backup electric shower should be installed.Overall, though, the general ambience and comfort level of the cottage is commendable and most of the issues referred to above could be resolved by a small investment from the proprietors."
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  2. John

    Verified purchase

    "As a retired couple with a small poodle, we shared the cottage for a meet up with our daughter, partner and 7 month old baby grand daughter. A high chair and cot were provided free of charge and there was plenty of space and comfort in the three reception rooms and dining kitchen. The three large bedrooms were set out so that we were not disturbed at night - we want one of those mattresses. We even coped well with the single bathroom as there is a separate toilet.The garden was a delight with two seating areas, posh swing and summer house. We enjoyed the wide variety of spring flowers and shrubs and it would be even sweeter when the roses bloom and the sun comes out!It is an old cottage but we met the owner Sue and she keeps it very clean and well decorated. It is one of the best equipped cottage we have stayed in but not at all cluttered, until we spread out our things that is.We found the working village and its people charming, with small swings close by and a lovely walk along the old mineral line to Watchet suitable for a large pushchair. This is not to be confused with the preservation steam railway which it runs alongside and a must for a visit to Minehead or further afield. There is another good pushchair walk and clean toilets at Dunster Beach with linnets and migrating whimbrel to add interest. The younger ones took themselves off to explore Exmoor for an afternoon, whilst we caught up with sleep and dipped into the interesting array of books.Five minutes to Williton affords all you need for everyday shopping and fish and chips and a good pub. We did not sample the local places for main meals but there is plenty of choice and we had light bites at Dunster (village and National Trust), Kilver and we found a delightful place in Minehead town (blue sun shades), that even took our dog.Parking was ample just over the river, and we also found it convenient to use "on street parking" or the village hall car park during the day for a small charge. Altogether a memorable family holiday."
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  3. Teresa

    Verified purchase

    "We had a lovely holiday at S20229 and will definitely return. The house is a brilliant size for our families, and we love the variety of different living areas. The views from the windows and gardens are fabulous. The Aga takes some getting used to but made the kitchen an wonderfully warm and happy place to be in. Beautiful location, lovely house, a pleasure to be in. We hope to make our visits an annual event!On the negative side - the hot water supply for the showers is not good - we kept ending up with cold or lukewarm showers. Can this be fixed? It was very annoying. The dishwasher basket doesn't fit the dishwasher and so you can't fit in a full load of crockery, which is frustrating. Also, there's something wrong with the bottom tray, so it tips over and falls onto the floor, which is worrying for the crockery! We found mouse droppings in various places, which was disappointing. It would help to have an instruction manual for the electric cooker; and some attempt at marking the temperatures on the oven dial that have rubbed off. The back of a chair in the middle bedroom fell off, and one of the bannisters seems wonky. The key safe is almost impossible to shut. Also - instead of an instruction to ring the caretakers to arrange pick up a few days before the visit (which is very unusual!), can we just be contacted with the key safe number, as this is all that's needed? If these details can be fixed, it will be be perfect."
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  4. Allisa

    Verified purchase

    "A gem in the countryside. A truly enchanting country cottage that the owners have worked very hard on and the results are splendid. How anyone can visit and not want to leave is impossible, and all reviews in the guest book agree. The nicest welcome tray we have ever received was waiting when we arrived. There is a drive you can park on and then walk over the river next to the property, on your own private bridge! The garden is beautiful and you can sit in the sunshine or in the summer house which is very cozy. We especially enjoyed the marvellous kitchen and sun lounge at the back of the property over looking the garden. There is a more formal lounge at the front of the cottage also. I have never experienced facilities such as electric blankets on all of the beds before! Everything has been thought out very carefully, and everything you could possibly need is in the kitchen (none of those nasty 1970's wine glasses here or cheap dinner sets or cutlery!) There is plenty to do in the area without having to travel far if you so wish. We especially enjoyed many days visiting the Medieval village, and castle of Dunster. Dunster also has a super beach (with the steam railway train running behind it) and even England's tallest tree in Dunster Woods. Please visit, you will not be disappointed."
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  5. Previous guest

    Verified purchase

    "S20229 Cottage is far larger than it appears from the outside, and is a truly charming house, with a lot of space for large groups to use. The large private garden across the road is magnificent and would be perfect for a barbecue or picnic in warmer and drier weather than prevailed during our visit. The location is absolutely spectacular with views across to Porlock and beyond to Countisbury Head. Our children enjoyed the walk to Bossington to play in the ford, and the walk to the beach which is unspoilt and very quiet, with clear views across the Bristol Channel to Wales and some stunning rock pools at Hurlstone Point revealed at low tide. If you are used to having the central heating on a lot, beware, the oil fired heating will put a dent in your pocket. Our tip would be to congregate around the Aga in the kitchen instead. Bring a torch and, if you have small children, some night lights - finding the toilet in the pitch black Exmoor night can be a challenge otherwise! Oct 2011. "
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