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

  1. Lynne

    Verified purchase

    "The cottage is in a great location for exploring and has plenty of space for 4 people (2 adults & 2 children). It caters well for families with small children especially as the stairs have stairgates fitted and there is a highchair, baby carrier and even a Moses basket!However; the cleanliness of the cottage especially the fridge needs some work. We were assured the cottage would be clean and ready for us on arrival. We had to clean the kitchen, fridge (which looked like it had never been cleaned) and the washing machine before using. The freezer drawer was broken and had jagged pieces of plastic and some of the mugs were damaged, one so badly it leaked and couldn't be used. The bedding also looked like it hadn't been changed after the previous people had left. The equipment in the cottage is quite basic and more glasses, cups, cutlery would make things easier. Lots of towels, washing up liquid, hand soap and toilet roll were provided which was great.The furniture downstairs i.e. the sofas could do with updating as not very comfortable and quite dusty. Upstairs was lovely and the beds were really comfortable and it looked modern and new, although also needed a good dust and clean. Apart from that we had a lovely holiday and enjoyed the location and Somerset very much. Thank you."
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  2. darren

    Verified purchase

    "A beautiful, modern barn conversion in a quiet, rural setting was somewhat spoilt for us by several easily-solved issues. There were no books, and very little reading material generally, and no radio (unless one chose a channel on the TV). There was also no clothes washing liquid (later provided by the owner) and both bathrooms were very low on toilet roll. The television itself was advertised as a 'smart TV', but we couldn't access the facilities on screen, as it appeared that an internet set-up/connection hadn't been established. Despite meeting with the very pleasant owner the problem wasn't close to being rectified. We don't go on holiday simply to watch other people's TVs, but the option would have been appreciated. Also, the garden area, while furnished with a large timber table and four chairs, needed a parasol, as it was often too bright to sit out. One other point that we hadn't picked up from the website was that this property has a direct link to the adjoining one, so that conversation was sometimes audible. This was a very nice property, but it has some teething problems that really do need to be addressed."
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  3. Shauna

    Verified purchase

    "Me and my partner stayed here for a week in December and absolutely loved it, it was just the break we needed. The cottage had everything you could possibly need, we do not have children, but it was nice to see toys and activity books. Also good if you have dogs as well as water bowls were provided.Fireplace was lovely and extra blankets made the cottage very cosy. We got a very generous free sample of Cider from Mr Chant, and he also popped round with extra bits including mistletoe. There is a Morrison's and a couple of pub/restaurants nearby, however we found one of them got booked up very easily, but that could of been the time of year... the cottage can be quite hard to find and we had an issue one night of walking to the pub as the road isn't very well lit, however we very much enjoyed our stay and it was nice to have a tour of Mr Chant's cider farm to see what incredible work he puts into his products, he also deserves extra credit for the work he puts into wildlife conservation. All in all a very good stay and we would love to go back."
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  4. Steven

    Verified purchase

    "The location of S20099 was ideal for us, with plenty of good walks for us and the dog near at hand. The cottage being on 3 levels was less than ideal, and being in such a steep-sided valley, the cottage was quite gloomy, though obviously the time of year and weather conditions played their part in that. Our biggest grouse was the claim that "Wi-Fi is available". That usually means that there is internet provision at the cottage. There was NO such provision; what's available is the BT Wi-Fi with Fon scheme and then only if the neighbours have got their router switched on! I estimate the speed available is less than 1 Mbps. So, a good place to stay if you want (and are able) to be out and about a lot of the time, and are not expecting a decent, reliable, internet connection!"
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  5. Jane

    Verified purchase

    "Lovely location and very helpful owners. It was a great little cottage with good exercise space for our 2 Springers which meant we could give them a good run before going out in the car for the day. However, the Property would benefit from having a few girlie bits about i.e. small dressing table in bedroom instead of a zed bed so you can dry your hair and do your make up in front of a mirror (extension lead would be useful too) and a corner shelf in the bathroom for keeping a few bits like toothpaste and toiletries on. We live in a 16th century thatched cottage so are very used to making the most out of odd little spaces!! Overall a very restful week and the dogs just loved all the different beaches we visited. Great shopping in Taunton for wet days."
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