BA1 5BJ, Bath, Walcot Street
Hilton Bath City is a property featuring a 60's design, situated in Bath’s city centre. Guests can enjoy views of the city, River Avon and the countryside beyond. It is located 800 metres from the... read more
£ 89.10View Rates
BS40 5RB, Redhill, A38 Bridgwater Road, Wrington
With a 24-hour surcharge shuttle service, this Holiday Inn is a 7-minute drive from the Bristol Airport Terminal Building. Bristol city centre is just a 30-minute drive away. The bright bedrooms each have a 32-inch... read more
£ 59.95View Rates
BA2 4DN, Bath, 64 Gt Pulteney Street
Just a 10-minute walk from Bath centre and the Roman Baths, this elegant Georgian town house has free Wi-Fi and period features. Edgar Townhouse is a Grade I listed building on a prestigious street. Bedrooms... read more
£ 78.00View Rates
BS27 3UD, Cheddar, Tor Farm
Tor Farm Lodge is a charming cottage located 3.5 miles from Cheddar Gorge. Set on a country lane, it has a garden, terrace, hot tub and access to seasonal outdoor pool. The cottage enjoys a... read more
£ 74.40View Rates
BA3 4BD, Midsomer Norton, Charlton Lane
The Best Western Plus Centurion Hotel is located between Bath and Wells, with leisure facilities. The property's restaurant overlooking the parkland golf course and ample free parking. Within easy reach of the Centurion Hotel is... read more
£ 58.50View Rates
TA20 3AP, Chard, Wadeford
Surrounded by beautiful Somerset countryside, The Haymaker Inn features its own skittle alley, free parking, and rooms with scenic hill views. Full English breakfasts are served, and Ilminster and Chard are each a 5-minute drive... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
TA9 3RJ, Huntspill, Sloway Lane
Perched amid 16 acres, beside a nature reserve, Laburnum House Lodge is just a few minutes from the M5 and Burnham-on-Sea. With 60 rooms, the hotel has impressive leisure facilities and free WiFi. Bridgwater is... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
TA1 2UA, Taunton, Deane Gate Avenue
Conveniently situated off junction 25 of the M5, the Holiday Inn Taunton, is between the cities of Exeter and Bristol and less than an hour away from both. Free Wi-fi is available throughout and meeting... read more
£ 64.00View Rates
TA10 9LP, Langport, Long Sutton
This former hunting lodge is now a modern hotel located in a quiet area, with views over the village green. It offers a bar, good food and free Wi-Fi. The bedrooms at the Devonshire Arms... read more
£ 85.00View Rates
BA2 7HB, Bath, Church Lane
The Wheelwrights Arms is situated in the peaceful village of Monkton Combe, surrounded by picturesque hills and valleys. The property is recommended by the Good Pub Guide and Michelin Guide 2018. The carefully restored and... read more
£ 68.00View Rates
BA22 8RE, Yeovil, Ilchester Road, Chilthorne Domer
Halfway House Inn Country Lodge is situated just off the A37 and features free on-site parking. The hotel is located next to a fishing lake and provides free Wi-Fi, TV and tea/coffee making facilities in... read more
£ 36.00View Rates
BS49 5AD, Yatton, Frost Hill
This stylish, contemporary hotel is situated within 6 acres of landscape gardens in Avon, Bristol, just 12 miles from the city centre and under 4 miles from the M5 motorway. Bristol Airport is a 15-minute... read more
£ 79.90View Rates
TA19 0SA, Chard, Shave Lane, Donyatt, Ilminster
This 200 year old farmhouse is set amidst beautiful countryside on a dairy farm, just off the A303 and Ilminster, near Chard. Guests have sole use of the guest lounge, with a cosy log fire.... read more
£ 75.00View Rates
TA23 0JZ, Washford, Abbey Road
A Traditional 17th-century village freehouse with a beautiful riverside location, set on the very edge of the Exmoor National Park, tucked in between Cleeve Abbey and Torre Cider Farm, our idyllic location is the perfect... read more
£ 38.00View Rates
BS23 4NG, Weston-super-Mare, 17 Uphill Road North
With an indoor pool and sauna, this hotel has a locally acclaimed restaurant and overlooks a golf course and sand dunes, just 300 metres from the sandy beach and promenade. Some ground-floor rooms at Beachlands... read more
£ 79.00View Rates
BS24 0JB, Brent Knoll, Edingworth
Set in the heart of Somerset this 16th-century manor house offers a relaxing spa and luxury rooms with king size beds and en-suite bathrooms. The individually decorated rooms are set in a modern hotel, separate... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
BA22 8LN, Ilchester, Church Street
In the heart of Ilchester village, a relaxing oasis from the commotion of nearby Yeovil, this impressive Somerset inn was first licensed in 1686 and has aged with appropriate dignity. The Ilchester Arms has a... read more
£ 65.00View Rates
BA2 7QS, Woolverton, Woolverton
Just 15 minutes’ drive from the Roman city of Bath and Longleat Safari Park, this quirky family owned country house sits within stunning grounds in beautiful rural Somerset. WiFi is available free of charge throughout... read more
£ 108.00View Rates
TA1 1DG, Taunton, Staplegrove Road
Blorenge House is an early Victorian building with an outdoor swimming pool and 20 pleasant rooms. It is a 5-minute walk from the town centre, county cricket ground, and the train and bus stations. Situated... read more
£ 87.74View Rates
BA22 9JR, Yeovil, 1 Moor Lane
Set in the picturesque village of East Coker, this charming 15th century inn provides the ideal base from which to explore the Heritage South Coast, including Dorchester, Glastonbury and Bath. To reflect its rich heritage,... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
Where to Stay in Somerset
The County of Somerset is also referred to as the Jewel of the South West. The three most common cities in Somerset are Bath, Weston-super-Mare and Yeovil.
Bath derived its name from the Roman Bathing Complex located in the town of Bath. Bath offers flexible accommodation options for travellers seeking either cheap or luxurious facilities. The accommodation in Bath is of different shapes and sizes ranging from cosy bed and breakfast, guest houses, chic boutique hotels, budget hotels to high-end hotels with their onsite spa suitable for romantic vacations, family getaways and business trips.
Weston-super-Mare is located on the Bristol Channel, and it’s famous for its seaside attractions and broad beaches. For those interested in a summer holiday by the sea or a quick weekend getaway in the bustling town centre, Weston-super-Mare is the perfect place to be as it has a variety of b&b, hotels with spa, caravans, self-catering and country clubs for lively nightlife in the city.
Yeovil is another good place to stay while visiting the county of Somerset, situated on the southern end of the county; Yeovil has two rail stations with a courtesy bus between them. This provides complete access to the centre of the town and other nearby cities. Yeovil hosts several accommodation options suitable for romantic getaways, family trips and business meetings. The options range from cheap b&b, guest houses, to luxurious hotels with pools and spa.
Different Accommodation Options
There are several accommodation options in Somerset for visitors from the United Kingdom, Europe and beyond. These options include hotels, bed and breakfast, self-catering, holiday cottages, campsites and holiday parks.
The County hosts all types of accommodations and hotel facilities that travellers might find interesting. These include boutique hotels, country hotels, properties with swimming pools, spa and leisure facilities like a golf course. This makes it possible for the guest to find all they need without necessarily having to leave the grounds.
Almost all the hotels in Somerset offers additional amenities like free parking and WI-FI, free cancellation, room service and air conditioning. Some offer facilities like trip advisor, transport to and from airports among others.
Somerset provides a perfect home away from home when it comes to bed and breakfast. There are vast ranges of b&b with several of them being situated in the beautiful countryside or farms making it possible for the interested visitors to immerse themselves in the rural life. Visitors have the liberty to choose anything from luxury and county house to budget and bijou. Self-catering in Somerset comes with the exclusive freedom to the guest giving them the liberty to come and go as they please and eat when and where they wish.
Why Stay or Visit Somerset
Somerset is the ideal destination for anyone interested in beautiful sceneries, good food, attraction sites, serene beaches and superb accommodation options.
These include the Bathing Complex in Bath and the beautiful artefacts at the museum at the Bath Complex. There is a Wells Cathedral with unrivalled historical significance and beauty.
For the lovers of nature and zoology, Exmoor National Park is the best place to visit. The Victorian Seaside Resort with an invigorating dose of sea air. Glastonbury Tor which is a monumental sandstone hill with the 15th century St. Michaels Tower at its crest.
Cheddar Gorge in Cheddar which is the largest in the country. The Catherine Hill in Frome which is a steep hill that winds up from the old centre.
Somerset is the best when it comes to hospitality as it has a high number of cheap accommodation options all offering quality services in the County.