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Highlights in Somerset
- Hiking paradise
- Family attractions
- Medieval towns
- Museums for all tastes
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Log Cabins & Lodges in Somerset
Somerset in southwest England is like a Christmas present just waiting to be unwrapped by the curious visitor. How does lovely hilly countryside, sandy beaches more reminiscent of the tropics than what you might expect in the UK, historic towns, immersive museums and family friendly attractions sound for your next holiday?! Good?! Then rent a log cabin in the north of the county, with its celebrated beach-indented coastline that draws visitors from across the UK and beyond. Or head south into the interior of Somerset and rent a cabin in one of its myriad iconic English villages, with Shepton Mallet being the county’s calling card, or how about a lodge in one of its many gorgeous historical towns, such as Glastonbury and Bridgwater? All the amenities for a comfortable stay on your doorstep and a perfect base for your exploration of the county!Lodges for romantic breaks
Cabins in Somerset are a mixture of traditional stone properties and genuine wood cabins in the heart of the countryside. Small and cosy, they are ideal for a romantic break. Such cabins often feature open plan living areas, wood burning stoves for maximum snugness on those winter evenings, and paved or grassy outdoor space with furniture for al fresco dining and relaxing in the fresh Dorset air.
Travellers and activities
Family friendly attractions are ten and penny in Somerset. Water parks, animal sanctuaries, beautiful parks and gardens with impressive playgrounds – there is so much to do in the county. Pencil in a trip to the West and East Somerset Railway, where an educational day is in store for families who harbour a love for locomotives and history and be whisked away on a heritage steam train through the delightful local countryside. For unforgettable family fun, Puxton Park offers thrills, adventure and cute animals all in one location. Labyrinths, assault courses, lake sailing, it’s a day out that meets all tastes! Just two of the many attractions awaiting you in Somerset on your next holiday!Somerset for museum enthusiasts
Somerset has some of the most talked about curated collections in the UK. But where to start? The Hayes International Motor Museum that showcases cars that span the last century? The Fleet Air Arm Museum with a similar exposition but of planes? King John's Hunting Lodge, crammed full of local artefacts? The Boat Museum in the old port of Watchet? Fashion Museum in Bath, Rural Life Museum in Glastonbury? Really – where to start!Somerset for hiking holidays
Exmoor National Park is a gorgeous landscape of moorland, woodland, coast and rivers shaped by people and nature – the perfect spot for a and easy-going walking holiday. In the north the hills meet Bristol Channel in an unexpected way, with the highest sea cliffs in England rising straight up in dramatic fashion. The interior of the park consists of gently undulating tall hills clad with heather descending to sheltered valleys and ancient woodland. The park is dotted with ancient villages and traditional pubs, great for that post-walk delicious meal and refreshing drink!
An architectural paradise, Somerset boasts over 10,000 listed buildings and more than 500 ancient monuments!
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Muchelney abbey is located in awesome surroundings off the beaten track in the Somerset Levels. Built 500 years ago, it is home to a medieval bathroom – a rare surviving example of such a structure. A fascinating slice of history!2. Enjoy a day at the beach at Minehead
Minehead is a seaside town on the Bristol Channel with an unassuming character. It is popular with day-trippers who come for the sandy beach and shallow waters, and family friendly amenities.3. Enjoy a relaxing walk at Bleadon Levels Nature Reserve
Located in north Somerset, this nature reserve makes for a pleasingly leisurely afternoon. Sashay at God’s pace around the saltmarshes, tidal creeks and grasslands, and spot the myriad local residents such as water voles, otters and brown hares.2. Discover Somerset’s resplendent past
The Bishop’s Palace and Gardens is an awesome museum that brings the past to life – as it was lived in its most opulent fashion. The palace is housed within the protective waters of a moat and boasts a full day’s worth of gorgeous gardens to discover.3. Spend a day at the hippy town of Glastonbury
Glastonbury is England’s spiritual home. Traditional churches sit side by side with Buddhist Temples, travellers busk for change, and the smell of incense permeates the air. Take your time to explore this lovely little town’s hidden courtyards and passageways, and make sure to browse its independent shops selling exotic wares.4. Take a trip to Tiffany’s
Western-super-Mare is home to a restaurant where traditional English culinary culture comes to life. Enjoy beautiful sea views from the exquisite Tiffany's Restaurant as you feast on emblematic favourites from fish and chips to afternoon tea for two.5. Explore England’s smallest city!
Wells, England’s smallest city, may also be one of its most spectacular, with the undoubted pinnacle being Wells Cathedral, a structure of unrivalled historical significance and beauty!