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Highlights in Minehead
- Coastal town
- Scenic scenery
- Water activities
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An inner beauty of English culture is what you'll find in this traditional seaside town on the Somerset coast. Minehead, an environment for those who love antiques, beaches and recreational activities, is ideal for a family holiday, no doubt! To enjoy this amazing holiday, Holidu offers you several options of holiday rentals and lettings near the coast, places of interest and tourist attractions that you will love. Just minutes' walk away, you can visit attractive locations in Minehead, a must-visit destination for young or middle-aged couples.Your holidays in Minehead have never sounded better!
Holidu's accommodation options in Minehead for your holidays are plentiful, and they vary! You have choices near the coast or further afield, with space for couples, small families and even large groups of up to 14 people. The décor is diverse - you'll find several with Victorian-era styling, as well as more modern rentals with materials such as timber, thatch and tile roofs, and the classic feel of a traditional English destination! All of these holiday lettings have the amenities you need, well equipped kitchens, cable TV, internet, beautiful gardens, and there are even pet friendly alternatives! Park your car by the door, enjoy the patios, the comfortable lounges and have a great time in Minehead.
Holidays in Minehead
The area and getting around
Minehead is a large seaside town with a personality of its own and incredible alternatives of enjoyment and interest for its tourists; this civil parish is located in the ceremonial county of Somerset, England. You can find it on the south bank of the Bristol Channel, a prominent city and one of the forty-seven counties of this English territory, 21 miles from the north-west which you will see in the county town of Taunton. Another way to get to the area where Minehead is located is 12 miles after the border with the county of Devon, in the surrounding areas of the Exmoor National Park; even, several of the accommodation alternatives that you have in Holidu, are very close to this national park, a tourist attraction that you should put in your trip planning!You have to see all that Minehead has to offer!
The sights and sightseeing options are so varied in Minehead that many tourists opt for car tours, taxi transfers and even horseback rides! What better way to enjoy the beauty of this town than on horseback? Minehead is the place to be if you want to relax in a spa, go to a bar or go hiking in natural locations with an awe-inspiring power of spectacle that you won't forget. Exploring the beaches and historic monuments won't be easy if you're only on foot, which is why there are plenty of car transfer options to help you discover the potential Minehead has to offer, as well as the services of Phoenix Cars. This destination is the starting point to visit iconic landmarks such as Dunster Castle, Blenheim Gardens and St Michael's Church, so what are you waiting for?
Travellers and activities
Farms, hiking trails, beaches, even mountains! Minehead is the most attractive location for nature enthusiasts. If you're not a fan of hiking but prefer a leisurely stroll, the South West Coast Path - Culver Cliff Woodland Walk could be for you, a two kilometre coastal walk that stretches around Devon and Cornwall and ends in Poole in Dorset. If you go on a sunny day it's even better! On the other hand, if you prefer hiking, you'll thank us for recommending the South West Coast Path National Trail, as the views are truly breathtaking, plus the route is well signposted and most of your walk will take you right along the sea, over cliffs that will delight you with some beautiful scenery of Minehead. Among other locations that you can't miss is Minehead Beach, a necessary stop for those who want to get to know the places of this destination, also Blenheim Gardens, beautiful gardens where you can walk and breathe fresh air and feel the nature; and finally, Luckyard Farm, a getaway with your family will be a good plan to feed milk to the lambs, see the turkeys and the inevitable: beautiful landscapes that you just have to contemplate.Minehead for culture lovers
Nothing better to start this section than with a museum. The Minehead Museum is a must if you visit Minehead, you can see the history of this location in detail along with photographic evidence, it's a very interesting stop on your trip! On the other hand, if you're a culture lover, plays might spark your interest in the performing arts: The Regal Theatre features actors portraying characters in short, interesting plays - it's a good plan to go with your partner! There's also a bar inside, so we're sure you'll be able to have a good time here with a drink. On the other hand, the Simonsbath Sawmill is also available for tourists, with many volunteers giving tours and exhibitions, including sawmill workers. Overall, it's a five-star rated visit by visitors for its excellence - not to be missed! And let's not forget some tourist railways, the West Somerset Railway brings typical steam train whistle blowers into the 21st century, a must for train lovers.
Did you know that the writer Arthur C. Clarke was born in Minehead?
Top 5 travel tips in Minehead
As we've mentioned in previous posts, Minehead is nestled on the coast because of this National Park. Exmoor is 267 square miles of open moorland with an impressive array of wildlife: exotic ponies roaming the moors and red deer on the hillsides in the mornings. If you're a hiker, Exmoor could be your next adventure. Enjoy the fabulous outdoors and enjoy nature in its pure state.2. A must for your trip: Dunster Castle
This stately home was created from the Norman fortress of motte and bailey. It has been fortified since the Anglo-Saxons, and had its last changes in the 1860s when it was given a Victorian Gothic look. Don't miss out on excursions to this unique destination.3. Golfer, make yourself at home at Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club!
At the eastern end of Minehead, you have a golf course, an 18-hole par 72 that has with it parkland that is emphasised by the sea and the magical wooded slopes that are detailed by the Brendon Hills.4. Unique outdoor activities
There are several water-based activities you can do in Minehead from Channel Adventure. Try any of the favourites: stand-up, kayaking or paddleboarding, by the river or on the Bristol Channel. Test your better skills in and on the water!5. Fishing is the name of the game!
Minehead Harbour gives you the opportunity, with a community of operators and supported by a fleet of commercial fishing charters. You can fish in low or high water, and the species can vary depending on the time of year - a unique experience, no doubt about it!
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Minehead
What was the average cost of holiday rentals in Minehead last year?
Minehead is one of the cheapest cities in the United Kingdom! For a stay here you will pay around £147 per night.
What time of year offers, on average, the best holiday rental prices in Minehead?
If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most affordable months to visit Minehead are April (£133 per night for accommodation, on average), June (£137), and May (£137).
When does the price of holiday rentals in Minehead go up the most?
Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Minehead was January, with an average price of £169 per night. This was followed by December, with an average of £162, and August, with £155.
Do I need to plan a trip to Minehead well in advance?
If you decide to discover Minehead, we suggest organising your visit ahead of time because it tends to be very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 90% in the previous year.
When are more holiday lettings available?
The most available months, on average, are January (with an availability of 24%), December (17%), and February (16%), according to the trends observed last year. However, even during the months when availability is the highest, the average is 19%. Due to this, it is better to always book a little in advance to be sure to find the rental of your dreams.
When are fewer lettings available?
The most difficult months to find accommodation in Minehead are, in order, August (with 0% of available rentals), July (1%), and September (2%). During this period, availability is only around 1%. Due to this, it is better to make your reservation early.
How many holiday rentals does Holidu have in Minehead?
In Minehead we collaborate with 7 different providers to give you a choice of 130 properties, so you will have plenty of options!