Somerset holiday cottages

Intro to Somerset

Somerset holiday cottages

Nestled amidst rolling hills and verdant countryside, Somerset's charm is boundless. Explore the enigmatic majesty of Glastonbury Tor, steeped in Arthurian legend, or meander through the enchanting Cheddar Gorge, where ancient caves beckon with secrets of millennia past. The city of Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, invites you to soak in its Roman baths and Georgian architecture. Food enthusiasts will revel in Somerset's culinary offerings, from creamy West Country cheeses to the region's famed cider. Stroll through bustling market towns like Taunton and Wells, where history intertwines with modernity. But it's our Somerset holiday cottages that truly offer a slice of heaven! Nestled in idyllic landscapes, they provide the perfect base for exploring this picturesque county. Whether you seek history, nature, or simply an escape to tranquillity, Somerset promises a delightful journey in the heart of rural England.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our holiday cottages in Somerset

Somerset, located in the southwest of England, is a county rich in natural beauty, history, and cultural heritage. Looking for a little more opulence to your holiday cottage, then why not treat yourself to one of our Somerset luxury cottages?

Here are some of the main places to visit in Somerset:

  1. Cheddar Gorge: Explore the dramatic limestone gorge of Cheddar Gorge, famous for its stunning rock formations and towering cliffs. Visit the caves, go hiking in the gorge, and learn about the area's fascinating geology.

  2. Glastonbury Tor: Ascend the iconic Glastonbury Tor, a prominent hill with a medieval tower. Enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and visit the nearby ruins of Glastonbury Abbey, said to be the burial place of King Arthur.

  3. Bath: Discover the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath, renowned for its Roman Baths, Georgian architecture, and natural hot springs. Explore the Roman Baths, visit the elegant Bath Abbey, and take a relaxing dip in the modern Thermae Bath Spa.

  4. Wookey Hole Caves: Embark on a subterranean adventure at Wookey Hole Caves, a series of limestone caves with impressive stalactites and underground chambers. Explore the caverns, learn about the folklore, and enjoy family-friendly attractions, including a dinosaur park.

  5. Wells: Visit the smallest city in England, Wells, known for its magnificent medieval Wells Cathedral. Admire the stunning Gothic architecture, wander the charming streets, and explore the Bishop's Palace and Gardens.

Intro to Somerset