Accommodation in Weston Super Mare

Accommodation in Weston-Super-Mare is plentiful, with many beds and breakfast establishments and guesthouses to choose from. There is also a good selection of hotels along the seafront. In the area around Brean, there are many static caravan holiday sites, as well as other types of self-catering accommodation. Burnham-on-Sea also has a good range of accommodation … Read more

Accommodation in Minehead

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, … Read more

Staying in Exmoor

Staying in Exmoor could not be easier, there is a huge range of accommodations to choose from. As well as the usual self-catering accommodation, hotels, and bed & breakfasts, there are many farm stays where you enjoy local homegrown produce and get a real feel of rural Somerset. Riding enthusiasts will enjoy staying in Exmoor, … Read more

Staying in Bath

Staying in Bath is a popular choice for couples looking for a romantic weekend break. There are many top-class hotels in Bath close to the main city center attractions. Many of these provide views over The Pulteney Bridge. Guest Houses and Beds and Breakfasts can be found down nearly every side street in Bath. Some … Read more

Golf In Somerset

Somerset has a numerous selection of both picturesque and challenging golf courses to test both the novice and proficient golfer. Listed below are courses to appeal to every taste. Bath Golf Club, established in 1880, is one of England’s oldest and finest inland courses. Laid out on ‘Hampton Down’, the course occupies a prominent position … Read more

Attractions in Glastonbury

Many of the attractions in Glastonbury are associated with myths and legends, its New Age image, and, of course, the Glastonbury Festival. The Joseph of Arimathea legend relates to the idea that Glastonbury was the birthplace of Christianity in the British isles, and that the first British church was built there at Joseph’s behest to … Read more

Attractions in Wells

The City of Wells is dominated by its magnificent cathedral. Wells is the smallest city in England with a population of just 10,000. The cathedral dates back to 1180, the Chapter House, Vicar’s Hall, the Cloisters, and Vicar’s Close date back from the 13th to the 15th centuries. The cathedral hosts many classical concerts throughout … Read more

Museums in Somerset

There are a great variety of museums in Somerset. In Bath you may want to include a visit to the Roman Museum housing many of the items found during the excavations around the Roman Baths and elsewhere in the city. At the Assembly Rooms is the Museum of Costumes, one of the world’s largest displays, … Read more

Attractions in Weston Super Mare

Weston-Super-Mare became established as a seaside resort in the Victorian era with the advent of the railway. Weston-Super-Mare is dominated by Worlesbury Hill which borders the entire northern edge of the town. The town’s most famous landmark is the Grand Pier. At low tide, the sea retreats so far out that there is nothing but … Read more

Hotels and Guest Houses in Somerset

Hotels and Guest Houses in Somerset There is a wide selection of hotels and guest houses in Somerset. Whether you are looking to stay in a genteel country house hotel, five-star luxury in Bath, or a family-run guest house in one of the traditional seaside resorts, Somerset has it all. The distinction between hotels and … Read more