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Holiday Cottages In Somerset

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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

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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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in somerset.

  1. Gareth

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    "We had an excellent holiday in February 2015 staying in the lovely S20196. Isabel made us feel very welcome and the basket of goodies on arrival was very much appreciated. The cottage is superb. Through the Kitchen (which has every utensil you could think of - which was very thoughtful), the lounge (which is very comfortable and a great size), to the bedrooms (very comfortable beds and TV's in each room) and bathrooms (finished to a very high standard). We have a 13 month old toddler & we had no issues with the house as we were kindly supplied with a high chair as well as stair gates at the top and bottom of the stairs (Isabel even sent us some toys and books that we left behind - thank you for this). The location of the property was also brilliant and you can easily access (by car) Dunster, Watchet, Minehead & other numerous villages. I can also recommend the Whortleberry Tea Room and The Ship Inn who provided excellent customer service and food. Overall we had a top holiday and I highly recommend a stay at S20196 for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday in Somerset."
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  2. Steve

    Verified purchase

    "We knew that the cottage was a 30 minute drive to the coast, so that was fine. Parking was an issue as it was difficult to ensure you could park outside the house (or even on the same street). There was parking available for a couple of quid around the corner, but I felt uneasy about leaving my car in a public car park overnight (instructions on which car park to use would have been nice).The Cottage itself was lovely and comfortable. The smell from the drain meant that we didn't use the outside space as much as we might have. Finding a restaurant in the town that served food before 7pm was also a problem, so if we wanted to eat out we had to do it before returning to Crewkerne; our child's routine meant that eating late was not really an option.It was a lovely property and an excellent base from which to explore the surrounding area."
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  3. Joanne

    Verified purchase

    "We stayed at S20110 in August 14. My son age 17 and a small jack russell came with us. Everything you needed was stocked in the kitchen and it was clean. The only gripe was the wooden floors were painted so slippy and easily dirty. Because it was open plan it was difficult to keep my little dog in the kitchen but we got by. The garden wasn't great to sit out in, just a picnic bench round the corner and a few metal chairs and table. A lounger was in the shed but we didn't sit out at all. Although the weather was really good we could have done if it was nicer. The double bed was really comfy. We have a very enjoyable stay and would stay there again on our own. The pub was very welcoming and the campsite owners. Go for a walk down the river on the campsite its lovely near the waterfall."
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  4. Barrie

    Verified purchase

    "Need better info. Cottage very small - don't bring much luggage. Lack of oven a problem. Entry and exit by a large car quite difficult especially with gates to open and shut, steep slope and directly on to a main road with limited vision.. Kitchen section by far the least convenient we have yet met in a cottage from you. Furnishing rather rudimentary. So in your ratings I would rate it B to C - so too expensive. Nevertheless with good weather we had a pleasant holiday. Owner (only saw Mr) was helpful and genial. Would go again but not at paying this rate so more out of season. Pub across road - an important issue in our choice - was not much good and looked on it's last legs."
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  5. The Warren Family

    Verified purchase

    ""We had a wonderful stay in S34110 - it really felt like a home from home. We tend to bring some of our own kitchen equipment with us, having found items lacking in accommodation booked in the past via other websites. We needn't have worried on this occasion as everything possible was provided, right down to a pair of binoculars for bird-spotting in the wonderful 'snug' on the landing. This cottage is an excellent base for exploring the local area and we had some wonderful days out at Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole, Weston-Super-Mare etc. Recommend the New Inn for food, on the A38 at Old Coach Road - great for kids with playground in the garden.""
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