Popular Lettings in Weston-Super-Mare
Highlights in Weston-Super-Mare
- Wonderful family destination
- Tradition English seaside resort
- Fun water park
- Famous airshow
- Beautiful Bleadon Levels Nature Reserve
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Weston-super-Mare
The British seaside resort of Weston-super-Mare is steeped with Victorian history and dominated by a long stretch of lovely sand and a huge promenade offering vistas over to south Wales. Holidays rentals in the town are most abundant in the north end of the beach around the town centre and Anchor head. This is the perfect place to stay for access to all the main attractions. Conversely, there are some very traditional English lettings in the Cleveland road area, which puts on the beach further south, where it is quieter.Fine examples of Victorian architecture
Many holiday rentals in Weston-super-Mare are located in traditional Victorian terrace buildings, a charming staple in British architecture, with street after street of gorgeous period properties making many towns in the UK really dazzle. Weston-super-Mare is a particularly fine example of this kind of architecture, and these properties are a delight – cute, cosy, often with beautiful bay windows and real fireplaces to snug up next to on a cool evening after a long day’s exploration!
Holidays in Weston-super-Mare
The area and getting around
Weston-super-Mare is located in the southwest of England, a half-hour drive from the major city of Bristol. It is located on the Bristol channel, where the estuary widens to meet the Irish Sea. A small town of 70,000, its focus is its lovely beach and promenade, a big pull for Bristolians on the weekend. The beach stretches for nearly 5 kilometres north to south, with the town centre and major attractions are on its north end. The town is nestled at the foothills of the Mendips, an Area of Outstanding Beauty and truly one of England’s special places.A great base for day trips
If you have a rental car, there is a wealth of opportunities at your fingertips. Just grab onto that wheel and within less than an hour you can reach Bristol, England’s most bohemian and artistic city, the spa town Bath, which boasts some of the finest architectural sights in Europe and glorious Georgian architecture, south Wales, with its evocative industrial heritage, and much, much more!
Travellers and activities
One of the UK’s longest natural stretches of sand, Weston-super-Mare beach is beautiful in its own right, as well as being home to countless old-school traditional English seaside amenities such as fish and chips shops, ice cream parlours, stalls offering souvenir postcards and buckets and spades, donkey rides, sandcastle-building, and of course, penny arcades. Get a great view of the beach and the Bristol Channel from its 40-metre-high observation wheel.Weston-super-Mare for families
A superb destination for active families, the town and its environs offers myriad attractions of considerable merriment. At Witch of Wookey Hole Caves and Attractions explore the UK’s largest show caves system, home to the infamous Witch of Wookey Hole. Wall Eden Farm offers a wide selection of adventure activities for young and old, including kayaking canoeing, archery and pottery painting, all set in beautiful countryside. Free-to-enter Water Adventure Play Park, open from 19th April to 1st September, offers slides, zip wires various types of swings and legions of elated children!
The Severn Estuary off Weston-super-Mare has one of the largest tidal ranges in the world, with the water rushing in at 21 kilometres an hour!
Top 5 travel tips in Weston-super-Mare
Every year Weston’s beach undergoes a massive transformation. Huge mountains of sand are shaped into a hugely difficult course for motorbiking. The event attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors each year!2. Take a sashay in Bleadon Levels Nature Reserve
Just a short drive to the south of Weston-super-Mare, this reserve is a great day out for lovers of the great outdoors. Sashay past saltmarshes, tidal creeks and grasslands, and spot the animal residents including water voles, otters and brown hares. An unspoilt and peaceful place to spend a few leisureful hours.3. Spot the town’s local artwork
The Weston Street Art Trail takes participants past 15 points in Weston-super-Mare adorned with trademark street art from local artists, with works celebrating pop culture icons, heroes and villains and horror film characters.4. Helicopter enthusiasts – this one’s for you!
Weston’s Helicopter Museum boasts the largest dedicated rotorcraft collection in the world, with over 80 helicopters displayed inside the museum's hangar, including the Queen’s Royal Flight helicopters, and the world speed record holder. There’s plenty for kids to do with an interactive zone, film theatre and Play Copter.5. Airplane enthusiasts – this one’s for you!
The Weston Air Festival attracts people from all around the world with an incredible mix of aerobatic displays and armed forces celebrations – and it’s free! The event is usually held in June.