Bluebell Cottage is a stylish contemporary holiday home for four located a short walk from the attractive village of Combe St Nicholas in Somerset. With a good pub in the village to walk to, lovely local walks and lanes to explore by bike, and an abundance of attractions for days out in Somerset, Dorset and Devon, this welcoming cottages offers all the right ingredients for a holiday at any time of the year.
Beautifully presented, this stylish contemporary holiday home is located on the slopes of the Mendip Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty just two miles from the Somerset City of Wells. Enjoy lovely walks, relaxing in the garden or visiting the West Country's many attractions including Stonehenge, Glastonbury, Avebury and even Bath.
A large rural holiday home for fourteen guests in a beautiful tranquil setting ideal for groups of friends and families who want to get away together to relax, unwind and catch-up with six bedrooms, plenty of living space and a hot tub. Whilst offering all the right ingredients to escape away, Skyfall is just a short drive from the Roman City of Bath and the areas many attractions so has no shortage of things to do and day trips out.
A stunning barn conversion providing luxury 5 Star Gold accommodation for up to twelve guests in a peaceful position in Somerset, within walking distance of shops and pubs. With six en-suite bedrooms, private indoor pool and outdoor sunken hot-tub, this is an ideal venue for any celebration or holiday with friends or family. Tourist board rating: 5 Star Gold.
Marston Magna is a charming village in the heart of Somerset, just five miles from Yeovil and Sherborne. Set back from the road Bridge Cottage sleeps four guests in two bedrooms plus a baby or toddler. The period cottage was built in 1883 and retains some original features, including exposed beams. Bridge Cottage is within easy reach of Hayes Motor Museum and Fleet Air Museum. Plus, Glastonbury Tor and many National Trust properties are also a short distance away. With a wealth of excellent walking paths nearby, Bridge Cottage is an ideal base in Somerset for your holiday.
Ideally placed along a quiet country lane within walking distance of the pretty Somerset village of Combe St Nicholas (with good pub), this delightful cottage provides a warm welcome at any time of the year. Stylish and well equipped with plenty of space to relax inside and out, there are lovely walks and bike rides locally and a wealth of attractions for day trips out within Somerset and also nearby Devon and Dorset.
On the Somerset/Devon Borders, this holiday cottage provides an ideal base for exploring the many attractions that these two counties have to offer. Adjoining a nature reserve and with a hot tub, this is the ideal place to relax. Located on the edge of Langford Budville, guests can enjoy lovely views over the Blackdown Hills and walks and cycle rides from the front door.
A delightful contemporary self catering cottage positioned by the side of the river on the fringes of the Somerset village of Coleford. Ideal for walking, cycling, relaxing or visiting the many attractions this area has to offer.
With accommodation split across two levels, this welcoming holiday apartment is perfect for families and friends and occupies a lovely position within the South Wing of Crowcombe Court, a substantial property that is sure to impress. Sleeping up to five guests in three bedrooms, Quantock Hills Apartment (Number 2), is located on the edge of the Quantock Hills AONB and offers guests excellent opportunities for walking and cycling from the front door, along with pubs and restaurants for a meal out (one within walking distance), and a plethora of attractions for day trips out including nearby Exmoor National Park.
Sitting in the South Wing of magnificent Crowcombe Court, this comfortable welcoming three bedroom self-catering apartment is perfect for friends and families and sits on the edge of the beautiful Quantock Hills AONB. Superb walking and cycling from the front door, pubs and restaurants for a meal out (one within walking distance), and an abundance of attractions nearby including Exmoor National Park.
Nesting amongst an acre of the owners' grounds, Bramble is one of two holiday homes that sit in a rural setting amongst lovely countryside. The local Somerset village of Compton Dundon has a pub, and Glastonbury is only ten minutes away. Exmoor, Somerset's coast (and Devon's) and the areas many attractions are within easy driving distance. Stylish and with the use of a hot tub - what more could you ask for!
Sitting within an acre of the owners' grounds, Bracken at Church Farm is a romantic retreat for two which enjoys a rural setting amongst Somerset countryside. Just ten minutes from Glastonbury and within easy reach of the coast, the cottage is a good base for discovering the many attractions of the area. Offering a stylish interior, guests have the use of a hot tub and can enjoy a taste of country life.
A spacious comfy cottage located in the little hamlet of Westport in rural Somerset providing an ideal base for exploring the many attractions of Somerset, Dorset and Devon. Sandwiched between Ilminster and Langport, the cottage has a good local pub serving food a short stroll away, lovely canal walks/cycle rides from the front door and the County town of Taunton as well as Yeovil within half an hour drive.
Beautifully furnished holiday accommodation boasting stunning panoramic views on the very edge of the Cotswolds. A wildlife haven and perfect place to get away from it all, yet a stones throw from the City of Bath and an abundance of attractions.
A delightful picture postcard thatched holiday cottage sitting in the peaceful Somerset village of Puckington offering a taste of country living and a great base for exploring the many attractions of Somerset, Devon and Dorset including the coast. Full of character (including an open fire), The Old Post Office provides a warm welcome at any time of the year.
A delightful holiday cottage perfect all year round for winter breaks and summer holidays, located in the pretty ancient village of Westbury-sub-Mendip between Wells and Cheddar at the foot of the Mendip Hills in Somerset. Ideal for those who enjoy walking, cycling, wildlife or simply relaxing with the village pub just a minutes walk away. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
A delightful holiday cottage affording stunning panoramic views on the edge of the Cotswolds. The area is a haven for wildlife and a perfect retreat to get away from it all, yet just a stones throw from the City of Bath.
Situated in the picturesque Mendip Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural beauty, this spacious Four Star Gold awarded self catering cottage provides a peaceful retreat for couples at any time of the year with a log burner for winter breaks and lovely cottage garden for the warmer months. The perfect Somerset country retreat close to Wells, Bath, Bristol, Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Caves to name just a few. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
With exceptional views, this beautifully furnished holiday home sits on the edge of the Cotswolds and is perfectly placed for visiting the spectacular nearby Roman City of Bath. A haven for wildlife, this is an ideal 'away from it all' with city attractions close by.
A tranquil rural retreat offering impressive self-catering accommodation for large groups of sixteen on the Somerset/Dorset border. A haven for wildlife with stunning views, this fabulous barn conversion is ideal for celebrating a special occasion and getting away with friends and families. Outside catering can be arranged, along with a number of other services such as a beautician for pampering.
Known for its impressive rolling hills, namely the Blackdown Hills (on the Devon border), the Quantock Hills and the Mendip Hills, Somerset is a superb destination for some of the most relaxing walks in the UK. It is a pleasure to be able to choose from such a variety of scenic backdrops and routes as you explore the area at whatever pace you choose.
Somerset is steeped in history, with plenty of beautifully preserved sites to explore, like the dramatic Glastonbury Abbey, a ruin that was once a Christian sanctuary and is believed to be the site of the oldest church in Britain. The county is also famed for being the home to the Glastonbury Festival and England's smallest city – the medieval city of Wells with its beautiful cathedral.
No trip to Somerset is complete without a visit to a brewery to sample some of the best ciders in the UK and to gain an insight into how they are produced. Cheddar Gorge is also a must to visit and one of the most iconic and impressive sites in England.
There's no shortage of good food in this heavily agricultural county, with plenty of lively farmers markets to explore. Take time to sample the best in locally produced food, including the cheddar cheeses that the county is known for.
A laid-back way of life, beautiful English countryside and good food and drink make Somerset a brilliant UK holiday destination for couples, families, friends and dog-owners - a place to get away from it all and relax.