Hotels and Guest Houses in Bath

Hotels and Guest Houses in Bath There is no shortage of hotels and guest houses in Bath to choose from if you are planning a visit to this historical city. Bath is a popular destination for couples looking for a romantic weekend. Bath is also renowned for its splendid Georgian architecture, and it is a … Read more

Holiday Cottages in Somerset

Holiday Cottages in Somerset There are all manner of holiday cottages in Somerset to choose from. There are traditional thatched cottages made from the local ham stone to spacious converted barns with stylish open-plan interiors. Or you may prefer a Georgian townhouse in Bath or a self-catering apartment with sea views in Minehead or Weston-super-Mare. … Read more

Staying in Yeovil

Staying in Yeovil The town of Yeovil is situated in South Somerset close to the Dorset border. The town has a population of approximately 40,000 and has an excellent selection of shops, theatres, leisure, and sports facilities. The Quedam Shopping Centre, designed to replicate a village street, runs parallel to the main shopping area which … Read more

Staying in Taunton

Staying in Taunton Taunton is Somerset’s county town. The town is a vibrant shopping center serving a wide area, it also hosts an antique market every Monday and the Farmers Market on Thursdays. Taunton is also home to the Somerset County Museum, located at Taunton Castle, it charts the history of Taunton and Somerset through … Read more

Staying in Cheddar

Staying in Cheddar Cheddar, with its famous caves and gorge is very conveniently located for many of Somerset’s best attractions. Located in the Mendips, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, staying in Cheddar is a great choice for walkers, nature lovers, and anyone who appreciates wonderful scenery. It is also the ideal place for … Read more

Walking in Somerset

Walking in Somerset Somerset has plenty of beautiful unspoiled countryside for the walker to explore. Your local tourist information center will be able to recommend circular walks in the area. Many walks take in pretty villages where you can stop for refreshments and a well-earned rest. Walking in Somerset offers all manner of scenery to … Read more

Holiday Parks in Somerset

Holiday Parks in Somerset There are many good-quality holiday parks in Somerset, particularly near the seaside resorts of Weston-super-Mare and Burnham-on-Sea. Most cater to families with children and provide a good range of facilities for all ages, some holiday parks are also happy to accept dogs. Many have indoor and/or outdoor swimming pools, children’s play … Read more

Attractions in Minehead

Minehead is often referred to as “The Gateway to Exmoor”. The town is the ideal base for exploring the Somerset coastline and Exmoor National Park. Minehead is the starting point of the South West Coast Path, Britain’s longest countryside walking trail. The town of Minehead is beautifully situated between a backdrop of the lush North … Read more

Glastonbury Festival

A huge tented city! Everyone is here to have a fantastic experience in their own way. As you will see from the official website for the Glastonbury Festival, the site has distinct socio-geographic regions. The more commercial aspects are around the Pyramid, Other, and Dance stages, Then, there are more relaxed areas like the Jazz … Read more

Tourist Information Centers in Somerset

There is a good network of Tourist Information Centres in Somerset. We have listed below the main centers which can provide you with more detailed information on the local area. Tourist Information Centres in Somerset: BRIDGWATER S.D.C. Bridgwater House, King Square, TA6 3AR Tel: 01278 436438 Fax: 01278 435229 Email: [email protected] BURNHAM-ON-SEA South Esplanade, Burnham-on-Sea, … Read more