There is an excellent range of accommodation in Minehead, you will find many beds and breakfast establishments, and guest houses to choose from. There is also a good selection of hotels along the seafront. Alternatively, there is a range of self-catering accommodation in Minehead and the surrounding area: from individual cottages to static caravan parks, and of course, the famous Butlins Holiday Camp.
There are many quality guest houses in Minehead such as Kenella House which provides 4-star accommodation, a Victorian townhouse it blends modern luxury with traditional charm. It is situated just two minutes away from the seafront and town center.
Perhaps you would prefer to be on the outskirts of Minehead? Woolacombe Lodges is set in the glorious countryside within a short distance of Minehead and not far from the Quantock Hills. There are six timber lodges and two stone cottages to choose from, all are 4 stars rated. Two have been adapted to make them suitable for disabled visitors.
Also on the outskirts of Minehead is St Audries Bay Holiday Club. Here you can hire a static caravan and enjoy all the facilities on offer such as the indoor swimming pool, licensed restaurant and bar, on-site shop, and children’s playground. The holiday club also caters to campers and touring caravans.
While you are staying in Minehead you will not want to miss a trip on the West Somerset Steam Railway. Minehead is also conveniently close to Exmoor National Park, see the wild Exmoor ponies and take a trip to the Tarr Steps, a famous local beauty spot. Not far from Minehead is the medieval village of Dunster and the historic Dunster Castle, owned by the National Trust.
Anyone looking for a holiday in this picturesque part of West Somerset will find Minehead is a great base. There is no shortage of accommodation in Minehead to choose from.