Historical & Cultural
The Bishops Palace
East Lambrook Manor Gardens
Fantastic events across Somerset West and Taunton this month!
Somerset Towns and Villages
Popular Somerset Towns
Visiting, Staying & Living in Somerset
Somerset Wedding and Event Venues
Fascinating Somerset Facts
Somerset Food, Drink & More!
B&B. Guest Houses
Camping & Glamping
Farm Holidays Somerset
Holiday Parks Somerset
Somerset Self Catering
Stay In Bath
Bath Self Catering
Places to Stay
We opened our new self catering venture in June 2018 and no longer offer B&B from the house. Mountlands Lodge is tucked away at the end of the Garden with your own enclosed space and side access. The perfect secret hideaway.
Belle Vue is a 1920’s Guest House completely refurbished to a sharp modern design yet still boasting loads of character.
Outstanding B&B near Crewkerne, within walking distance to a pub. On the edge of a village with beautiful views, close to Crewkerne and Yeovil, and only a half hour drive to the Jurassic Coast. 3 ensuite rooms, wifi and tv. 5 star reviews
The Admiral Blake Guest House is located in the historical town of Bridgwater, Somerset.
B&B guesthouse in weston super mare, somerset.
Modern accommodation in a historic village. En suite twin bedroom, sitting room, kitchenette and veranda. Sleeping up to a family of 5.
A Victorian B&B in Burnham on Sea, bed and breakfast for families near the beach.
Located just a couple of miles from Wells, The Cross at Croscombe provides the perfect B&B near Wells. A boutique stay in Somerset
Ancient water mill B&B in Somerset, Quantocks and barns alongside a stream with wildlife and rural outlook of 15thC origins. Idyllic surroundings.
Beautiful accommodation with views over charming gardens onto apple orchards and across the valley to hilly green pastures, reflect a beautifully quiet rural environment.
The Fleet Air Arm Musuem in Yeovilton, Somerset is as much an ‘attraction’ as it is a ‘museum’.
Crealy Theme Park & Resort is the South West’s number one family value day out.
A restored 18th-century watermill built on the site of a mill mentioned in the Domesday Survey.
In the rolling North Somerset countryside is one of Somerset's most popular destination hotels
Open to both residents and non-residents this proves to be a very popular eatery to all.