Best Accommodations in Somerset

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read more › About Tudor Cottage: The location, we think, verges on the idyllic. Set on the coastal fringe of Exmoor National Park, there is so much to see and do; picture-perfect villages to explore, excellent walking, riding and cycling opportunities, looking for Exmoor ponies and red deer, bird watching, fishing, field sports, museums to visit and many events take place throughout the year. Built before Christopher Columbus sailed westwards, Tudor Cottage is a very old house so the floors can be uneven in places, there are a couple
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read more › About: The facilities at Purbeck Holiday Lets are truly four star. Facilities include a stunning 24' x 12' outdoor heated swimming pool which has a separate shower, toilet and changing rooms. We also have 2 luxurious Jacuzzi hot tubs, a gym with sauna, barbecues and sun terrace! There are ample seating areas for you to enjoy the peace and tranquility of your surroundings, and because you're only a few miles from the stunning and historical City of Bath you'll have plenty to keep you busy! We offer a choice
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read more › About Us: The Old Vicarage Hotel is just one of a few Grade II listed buildings in Bridgwater and dates back to 1327. A charming building with some wonderful historical links to Bridgwater's past, including reputably being the place Judge Jeffreys stayed and, also, providing lodgings for Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who designed the train station and a bridge in the town. Husband and wife team Peter Starling and Candida Leaver purchased the property in the heart of Bridgwater in 2019. Before taking on The Old
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read more › About: As soon as we drove down the long tree lined drive, we instantly fell in love with the place. Pippa now handles the day to day running of the business, while father, David continues to concentrate on managing his farm in Newmarket remotely. Pete is enjoying city life in London but pops back from time to time for some peace and quiet! We live in a very rural part of Somerset with 80 acres of grassland overlooking the Glastonbury Festival site. We are just a few miles from the town of Glastonbury itself
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read more › About Us: Our charming self-catering accommodation includes four contemporary, cosy, well equipped cottages and three eco-friendly cedar lodges; all nestled within the Somerset countryside near to Bath and Longleat. Situated in the heart of farmland on the edge of the Somerset-Wiltshire borders, we have created a peaceful, tranquil setting. You'll love the beautiful unspoilt views of the surrounding countryside. The lawned area beyond your accommodation is perfect for young children to play and enjoy the long
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read more › Famous worldwide for its imposing architecture and Roman remains, Bath is a vibrant city with over 40 museums, good restaurants, quality shopping and theatres, festivals and 2 universities. The Roman Baths and magnificent Temple were built around the natural hot spring which rises at 46°C and were at the centre of Roman life in Aquae Sulis between the first and fifth centuries. The remains are remarkably complete and include sculpture, coins, jewellery and the bronze head of the goddess Sulis
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read more › About: The house dates back to the 1750's and retains fine original features. We are approx 750 feet above sea level here, and the air is clean and pure. A footpath runs past our front door and the only traffic is the occasional walker or horse rider. The views from here are amazing, the peace and tranquility are second to none, making Lodge House B&B an ideal place for a stress-relieving break, away from the hustle and bustle of busy everyday life. When our guests arrive we want them to relax, leave their
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read more › About us: We offer 18 double rooms with both seafront views and exclusive views of West Somerset Heritage Railway. Our stunning location on Minehead seafront puts us at a perfect position to stand as a hub for the local community. Today, we are fully committed to helping people in our community to shine. We have continually worked with local organisations such as The Talking Caf, Positive People and The Hope Centre (to name a few!) We provide a meeting place and working space and offer a community meal for
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read more › About Us: Formerly a coaching inn, The Yeovil Court Hotel is a 30 bedroomed, independent hotel 2 miles from the small bustling town of Yeovil. With plenty to see and do in the local area. The Fleet Air Museum at Yeovilton is a mere 10 minute drive. Similarly the Haynes Motor Museum is 15 minutes away and offers old and new cars that will please the piston heads. Within driving distance you can find the historic town of Glastonbury, where the Tor makes a perfect place to visit. Look over the sprawling Somerset
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read more › About: Family run ten bedroom town Hotel, recently refurbished to a high standard with several en-suite and family bedrooms. All room provided with TV and tea / coffee making facilities. Reasonable rate for those on holiday or working in the area, all contractors welcome, we are also ideally situated adjacent to the A-39 on the North side of Bridgwater for easy Hinckley Point access and beyond. A complementary self service style breakfast is included in the room rate. Other options such as a cooked full
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read more › Our Team: I opened the salon nearly 12 years ago and between the two of us we have grown the business to what it is today. I still have the same passion for hairdressing since starting as a Saturday girl 39 years ago and dreaming of owning my own salon. I feel our clients enjoy their visit as much for a social as well as leaving looking and feeling great. Laura our longest serving member of staff! Laura started as a Saturday girl when the salon opened and has since progressed to a stylist in the industry for
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read more › History: Quiet Woman House is a fine period property built c1700 of stone elevations under a pitched slate roof. It is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty in the West Dorset village of Halstock. The house was originally a single storey building with a thatched roof, but at some point in the past the second storey was built & the thatch was replaced with a slate tiled roof as it is today. For most of it's long life, the building has been either a coaching inn or a pub. In the early 1990s, the pub
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read more › About Us: A snapshot of who we are, where we are and why a break with the Taylor's family run Guest House in Weston-super-Mare will be something not to miss! Email us online or phone us, and we will ensure that your expression of love is awaiting their arrival! Hayden and Wendy Taylor look forward to welcoming you to the Spreyton Guest House, situated in the popular seaside town of Weston-super-Mare. We are a friendly, family run Guest House, just a 10 minute level walk from the Train Station, Coach Park,
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read more › About Us: We are a dazzling boutique hotel with a totally fabulous atmosphere in the centre of Bath. Colourful, with bold designs and statement artwork, we have fashioned a uniquely creative and lively atmosphere. Nestled within a quiet residential neighbourhood, we thrive on the peace and tranquillity being a stones throw from the city centre allows. We ask that you please respect our neighbours when visiting our abode. We offer key features for a city hotel - an amazing location, an electrifying atmosphere
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read more › About: From Moorlands you can explore the Mendips and surrounding countryside including the Somerset levels, local beaches, Chew Valley lake and Cheddar Caves & Gorge. The local walks and cycle paths take you through the peaceful West country, where you can breathe fresh air and enjoy the peace and quiet away from the cities. There are many country inns en route where you can take a rest and enjoy good food, ale and of course some Somerset Cider! - Thatcher's Cider Company and shop is less than 5 miles
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