There is a great variety of hotels and guesthouses in Somerset to suit every taste and budget, from five-star luxury hotels to cozy farmhouse B&B;’s Somerset has it all.
If you are looking for a romantic weekend break, then the City Of Bath is an ideal destination. Visit the Roman Pump Room and Baths and enjoy the impressive Georgian architecture of this historical city, set amongst glorious English countryside. For a real treat arrange a stay in one of the many fine hotels around the famous Poultney Bridge in the center of Bath. Alternatively, there are many smaller hotels and guesthouses to be found within easy walking distance of the city center. The Duke’s Hotel is right in the heart of the city, and also has the wonderful Cavendish Restaurant.
The Tasburgh Hotel is smaller but with luxurious rooms, it also has 7 acres of grounds to wander in.
There are many other hotels and guesthouses in Somerset. If you are considering a stay by the sea, then Minehead and Weston-Super-Mare have a variety of hotels and guesthouses to suit all tastes and budgets. The Marston Hotel is a four-diamond rated Bed and Breakfast with views overlooking the harbor and the West Somerset Railway. You may be looking to stay in Taunton either for business or leisure, Taunton makes an ideal base for visiting the west country due to its close proximity to the M5. Culmhead House offers stylish bed and breakfast accommodation, and also has self-catering suites.
If you really want to get away from it all, then a stay in a small hotel or guesthouse in Exmoor would be ideal. Enjoy the stunning scenery and wildlife and take time to unwind. If you are feeling energetic, Exmoor also has a huge range of outdoor activities on offer from horse riding, walking, fishing, sailing, canoeing, cycling, and much more. Winsbere House Bed and Breakfast (pictured below) is ideally located for these wishing to explore Exmoor, it is particularly popular with cyclists as Route 3, West Country Way is on the doorstep.
The city of Wells, with its magnificent cathedral, making this the smallest city in England with 10,000 residents, is an ideal base for exploring Somerset. Wells has a wealth of historic buildings surrounding the 14th-century cathedral and is a fascinating city to explore on foot. Wells is centrally located in Somerset and many other places of interest are just a short drive away including Glastonbury, Cheddar, Frome, and Bath.
As you can see you really are spoilt for choice when it comes to hotel and guesthouse accommodation in Somerset.