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Self-catering in Somerset, England

 
Gorge View Cottage with Cheddar Gorge in the background
 
An traditional cottage recently fully renovated to exacting environmental standards. Situated on a small lane, conveniently located in Cheddar village, with panoramic views to Cheddar Gorge, it is perfectly placed to explore the Mendip Hills area.
Living room/kitchen; 1 double bedroom en-suite

from £235

 
 
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The exterior of Kingfisher Lodge
 
A thoroughly 5-star luxury eco lodge in the peaceful Somerset countryside, fantastic for fishing in the private lakes. Dine alfresco on the private sun terrace and make the most of the countryside views and wildlife.
Sleeps 4/6- 2 double bedrooms 1 with ensuite

From £459, based on up to 6 people sharing for a week

 
 
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Exterior of Huntstile Organic Farm in Somerset
 
Escape into the country at this lovely Tudor farmhouse on a working organic farm offering delightful, individual accommodation decorated to a high standard, all with en-suite facilities. Dine on delicious home-cooked, locally produced food.
4 family, 6 doubles, 1 twin

B&B from £60

 
 
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Pretty and secluded Greyfield Farm Cottages
 
Five secluded, peaceful rural cottages with lovely log fires in three and a half acres of land, close to historic Bath, Wells, Glastonbury and Bristol. Enjoy relaxing in the hot tub and sauna. Includes free WiFi and gym.
1 Unit(Double), 1 Unit(Double+Single), 3 Units(Double+Twin)

From £77

 
 
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Attractive exterior of Woodpecker Eco Lodge
 
A tranquil, 5-star luxury eco lodge in the heart of the picturesque Somerset countryside, perfect for exploring the surrounding hillsides. Relax on the shaded balcony and enjoy a private sauna.
sleeps 4/6 - 2 double rooms, 1 ensuite

From £459, based on up to 6 people sharing for a week

 
 
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The picturesque Middlewick Cottages in Glastonbury
 
A range of self-catering cottages in the shadow of Glastonbury Tor, sleeping from two to six with a total capacity of 37, with a fabulous heated indoor pool and steamroom. Enjoy peace and tranquility in an area steeped in history, myth and legend,
12 cottages,2 cabins, 2 E-dens, 46 people in total.

Cottage prices vary. Availablility by the night, week, long weekend, mid week. Please see our website for prices.

 
 
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The clue’s in the name: a 300-year-old barn – the woolchamber – has been converted to create three self-contained cottages with exposed beams and bags of charm.
Two cottages, sleep up to 6 people

From £360 (two people in the Weaver’s Loft or Shepherd’s Crook) or £540 (six people in the Spinning Wheel) per week.

 
 
 
Furzeclose Yurt Exterior
 
A fantastic yurt retreat on a working Dairy Farm in the beautiful Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The traditional Mongolian yurts are spacious while the nearby Dutch Barn is equipped with excellent kitchen and bathroom facilities.
Four yurts, each with 1 double bed and 1 double futon

From £275

 
 
 
Luxury accommodation in England
 
Sitting atop the Mendips in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Warren Farm offers up some truly stunning views of Cheddar Gorge. As well as numerous walking, biking and fishing opportunities, there's a great trail leading down into Cheddar.
Tents and log cabins sleep up to 6

Prices from £295

 
 
 
The stunning wooden exterior of the Treehouse
 
A fantastic luxury treehouse with a private self contained garden and stunning views. Explore the countryside then relax in the cedar hot tub or in front of the wood burning stove. Perfect for a family or as a couple's retreat.
1 master bedroom & 1 downstairs bunk bed room.

Varies from month to month. 3/4 nights cost from £545 to £805. 7 nights cost from £790 to £1,150.