Somerset Rambling Accommodation
Walking Cottages and Accommodation in Bridgewater, Chard, Frome, Glastonbury, Minehead, Porlock, Taunton, Weston Super Mare, Wincanton, Yeovil, Somerset
High above the Exmoor coast, in a land of hawks and horses, sits Bossington Hall.
Yours to explore are three playrooms, six acres of garden and woodland, and tennis in the garden. Get closer among baronial spaces, monster fireplaces, sparkling chandeliers and rolltop baths.
Bossington has a heart as huge as the house itself.
Cerberus Spelaeological Society
Caving club situated in the Mendip Hills, Somerset. Good walking country, not far from Cheddar Gorge.
We have a bunkhouse that has a guest room sleeping up to 26 people. Large lounge, fully equipped kitchen, toilets, showers and drying room. Camping possible in grounds.
Contact the booking secretary for more information.
Days Inn - Taunton
The Days Inn Taunton is located only 6 miles from Taunton Town Centre.
Our hotel is also perfect if you`re looking to explore the beautiful county of Somerset.
All the rooms at the Days Inn Taunton are guaranteed to be comfortable, clean and well equipped with quality made up beds, tea/coffee making facilities, a flat screen TV and en-suite bathrooms.
Duke of Wellington hotel, Minhead
The Duke of Wellington Hotel and Pub is located in the heart of Minehead, an old coaching inn dating from 1820.
We are the ideal base for exploring Exmoor, the Quantocks and of course, the South West Coast Path begins here in the town.
We have single, double and family rooms available.
All rooms are ensuite with tea/coffee making facilities, irons/ironing boards and flat screen TV`s. Free wi-fi is available throughout the hotel and pub.
Exmoor guest accommodation
AA 4 star guest accommodation in Porlock, Somerset
Beautifully refurbished Edwardian guest house in Exmoor`s highest village. 5 ensuite rooms with Superking/Twin (zip and link) or Kingsize beds.
All rooms have complimentary toiletries, tea, coffee, fresh milk and biscuits, silent mini fridge, laptop safe, Smart tv with DVD and Freeview, free WiFi and USB charging points.
Good facilities for cyclists and walkers with a dedicated drying room and secure storage area for bikes and equipment.
Exmoor National Park is a fantastic place for walking and many good walks start from our door. Exmoor House is also on the Coleridge Way.
Hillview Farm Bed and Breakfast
A perfect countryside getaway.
Hillview Farm Bed & Breakfast is a working farm situated in a peaceful Somerset setting which concentrates on rearing pedigree Limousin cattle.
Near to Cheddar, the Mendip Hills and Somerset Levels
Jurassic View and The Lobster Pot
Our two apartments in Chesil House are literally just across the road from the South West Coast Path and the Jurassic Coast which was designated as Britain`s first `World Heritage Site` for natural features in 2001.
Jurassic View sleeps four and overlooks the sea, while The Lobster Pot has one twin bedded room with views of the harbour. Both apartments are situated on the second floor, have their own allocated parking bays and are served by a lift. As they are available throughout the year, both are centrally heated.
From the apartments it`s a short stroll to the butcher, grocer, newsagent and fishmonger, as well as three pubs and three restaurants.From our apartments you can walk eastwards towards Weymouth, via Abbotsbury (with its medieval Swannery and Tithe Barn). To the west is Lyme Regis, with its famous Cobb. Heading inland is the Hardy Trail, named after the famous Dorset writer, Thomas Hardy. By the harbour there`s an excellent bus service to Weymouth and Poole, or Lyme Regis and Exeter.
Lakeside log cabins in rural Somerset, a great base to explore the Somerset Levels, Quantock Hills, the Canal, and local countryside
Secret Valley welcomes holidaymakers and local visitors drawn to our stunning slice of rural Somerset.
On the 400 acre organic working farm you`ll find a surprising variety of activities for people staying and playing in Somerset. Accommodation is provided in a peaceful, relaxed setting with heated wooden wigwams and yurts to choose from set high in the foothills of Somerset`s Quantock Hills.
Four Self Catering studio apartments in Porlock, Somerset.
Stylish contemporary accommodation in a fantastic location for exploring Exmoor National Park and the South West Coast Path.
Perfect for group bookings eg. four couples as the accommodation sleeps two or two people for each apartment.
Somerset Holiday Yurts
Somerset Yurts offers luxury glamping accommodation at the foot of the Quantock Hills. Our yurts offer a comfortable and relaxing base to explore the Quantocks and surrounding area.
Sundial House Bed & Breakfast
Sundial House B & B is a 17th Century country cottage in the heart of Exmoor National Park. It is situated in Wheddon Cross at 1000ft the highest village on Exmoor.
The Exmoor Forest Inn
The Exmoor Forest Inn. Set in the heart of beautiful Exmoor, one of the smallest National Parks covering about 265 square miles With its long and spectacular coast line, high moorland with wild ponies and red deer, steep valley with tumbling streams and picturesque villages, all together a lovely place to be.
Ideally situated for walking, riding, fishing, shooting or just enjoying the beautiful surroundings. We have fly fishing for wild trout & salmon on a 1˝ miles stretch of the River Barle. Day tickets are available. We are perfectly positioned for a first or last nights stay on the Two Moors Way linking Exmoor to Dartmoor.
We are a Visit Britain 4 Star Silver Award Rated Inn. We are also in the 2011 Good Pub Guide and the 2011 Good Beer Guide.
The George at Nunney
The George at Nunney is a 17th century coaching inn with bar, restaurant and B&B hotel facilities facing the moated ruin of the 14th century Nunney Castle.
Nunney is in a tranquil and picturesque conservation area close to the Stourhead and Longleat Estates, Frome, Shepton Mallet and Wells.
This is the ideal B&B hotel accommodation for walking holidays in the countryside, exploring the wildlife and history of the Mendips.
`Small as it is, Nunney is seductive. Spend a few days among its architectural mix of medieval austerity and Georgian elegance, and the idea of Nunney as center of the universe somehow seems less bizarre.` Los Angeles Times
`Dominated by the turrets of Nunney Castle, the village lies on the edge of the Mendip Hills and retains the image of a rural idyll.` The Times
Under new management since August 2008, The George at Nunney has quickly established itself as a firm favourite with walkers. Enjoy drinks by an open fire before a gastronomic 3-course dinner in our restaurant or sample our bar menu of salads and other hot and cold options.
Head chef Wayne Carnegie and his team focus on seasonal, often locally sourced ingredients, including favourites such as milk fed pork with sage and apple, roast Aberdeen Angus beef, Corsley lamb, goats cheese salad, homemade beef and ale pies, dark chocolate mousse and fine Somerset cheeses. Excellent vegetarian menu.
The bar, lounge and restaurant areas are recently refurbished and are light and airy with great character: exposed beams, open fireplaces, bread oven. The garden is a haven for those looking for a cold refreshment in the sunshine.
`From time to time I have to convince myself that moving out of London was not a mistake, and one of the best places at which to do that is a small town south of Bath, not far from Frome, called Nunney. It has a stream ambling through the middle in a very photogenic manner, under houses and little bridges and even on to the road in rainy weather. It has one of the biggest and best-preserved ruined castles I know, sitting in its own moat bang in the middle of town.` Miles Kington, The Independent
Most of our nine bed and breakfast rooms (3*** VisitBritain 2008) have en-suite bathrooms with shower or bath, television and tea/coffee making equipment. Two four-poster rooms available.
The George at Nunney operates a non-smoking policy throughout. A full English breakfast is included. Dogs welcome.
Warrens Holiday Village
We are a quiet holiday village situated in the North Somerset countryside, surrounded by many lovely walks.
We offer superb lodge-style self catering and hotel-style accommodation. We are in a tranquil setting in Clevedon, North Somerset, just 5 minutes from Junction 20 of the M5, offering easy access to Bristol City Centre, the South West and the M4 corridor.
Our comfortable lodges accommodate from between 1 and 6 people, all being en-suite, double glazed and fully centrally heated, with tea and coffee making facilities, freeview TV and a fridge, and some with the additional benefit of full catering facilities and a separate sitting room. We offer short and long stay breaks for families, couples, groups and corporate visitors, as well as having the facilitiy for weddings, functions and events.
Woodland Escape Glamping Holidays
Woodland Escape Glamping Holidays provide Off-Grid Luxury Glamping located in an idyllic young wood in the heart of the Somerset countryside.
Our solar powered Off-Grid Luxury Bell Tents are the classic way to spend a Glamping break - they come equipped with Turkish style rugs, double bed, single futon sofa beds, solar hanging light/charger, cool box, a hamper containing cutlery, crockery, essential cooking items (frying pan, saucepan, spatula), whistle kettle and washing up items. Outside there is a gas stove, a fire pit for burning wood or toasting marshmallows, a barbecue and a picnic bench. Our Off-Grid Luxury Stargazer Yurts, the first of their kind in the UK - impressive from the outside and spacious inside with all the trimmings included with the Bell Tents, plus best of all our yurts have see through central roof lights so you can look up at the stars at night. You can even order a gas `stove` heater for added atmosphere with a living flame flickering in the background.
We are proud to be one of few sites across the UK dedicated to providing sustainable, environmentally-friendly luxury holidays - a combination that coined the phrase "Eco-Glamping". Whilst Woodland Escape Glamping Holidays is Off-Grid, we know that our discerning customers do not wish to forego hot showers and real toilets. For this reason we have ensured that Woodland Escape is equipped with hot running showers and flushing toilets.
All of our accommodation also comes with bottled water on arrival and a breakfast hamper in your accommodation.
We recommend that guests use their time with us as an opportunity for "digital detox" - a time to switch off the constantly-ringing/flashing/beeping devices that we so often find stuck to our palms and get back to a more natural way of living, in harmony with the surrounding wildlife and nature.
Yarn Market Hotel, Dunster
3* Hotel specialising in Walking Breaks within Exmoor National Park.
27 ensuite bedrooms, drying facilities and boot room. Dogs welcome.