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129 Log Cabins in Somerset

It's not all Wurzels and cider! With its dramatic coastline, wild moors of Exmoor National Park, tranquil willow producing wetlands, harbours, marinas and ancient woodlands, Somerset is a wonderful area to explore. Great for cycle routes, scenic walks and wildlife watching.

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The Ash View 6

Congresbury, Somerset, South West of England

The Ash View From £333 Availability

38 Wrington Road is a lovely lodge nestled just outside of Congresbury, Somerset. Hosting three bedrooms: one king-size and two doubles, able to sleep a total of six people. Discover a family bathroom and an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside has a lawned garden and patio area with furniture, as well as private parking. 38 Wrington Road is a wonderful choice for a country break to Somerset.

The Clover Lodge, Redlake Farm 2

Somerton, Somerset,

The Clover Lodge, Redlake Farm From £632 Availability

Living Room/Area Open plan with the kitchen and dining area with double doors leading out onto the terrace Two sofas and Flatscreen TV with Freeview Kitchen Open plan with the living and dining area with double doors leading out onto the terrace Double gas oven with gas hob, microwave, fridge freezer and dishwasher Dining Open plan with the kitchen and living area with double doors leading out onto the terrace Dining table seating two Master Bedroom King size bed, wardrobe, dressing table and flatscreen TV Free standing bath En suite Bathing En suite to master bedroom has a walk in shower cubicle, WC and wash basin Outdoors Decked terrace with private hot tub Patio table and chairs and barbecue Parking for one car at the lodge

The Grange 10

Stawell, Somerset, South West of England

The Grange From £1150 Availability

The Grange offers a retreat for those in search of a unique countryside escape with a difference. The wonderful location offers the perfect opportunity to explore the delights of the Somerset levels. Bird lovers may be lucky enough to spot buzzards, cranes and herons. A visit to Wells Cathedral, Glastonbury Abbey and the five National Nature reserves are a must! But you don’t have to go out and about if you simply need oodles of space for energetic children (and grownups) to run around in, just make the most of the huge gardens you will have all to yourselves. For those who prefer indoor comforts, the Grade II listed home boasts a classic and tasteful interior. Filled with wonderful original features Gothic arch doorways, exposed beams, flagstone floors, a vaulted galleried landing and open fireplaces all add to the unique atmosphere. This hidden jewel within Somerset is believed to date back to the 13th century, having undergone various renovations over subsequent years. The current owners have very sympathetically updated The Grange to create a characterful home-from-home.  The ground floor has a welcoming large comfortable living room with open fireplace, country style kitchen with sparkling disco ball, breakfast area and superb dining room with flagstone floors. Four bedrooms are located on the first floor, including the Master bedroom with garden views and en suite bathroom. There are three further large bedrooms (two with king/double beds plus a single in each, and one twin room that can also be made up as a superking). The rooms share access to a country style family bathroom on the first floor. The roll top bath is perfect for a soak after a day of exploring Somerset. There is an additional shower room available on the ground floor. There is no better way to end the day than an al fresco BBQ in the enclosed garden where you can soak up the last of the day’s sun. Try your hand at a game of croquet on the well-tended lawn or simply enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this exquisite Somerset retreat.

The Grange is located in a wonderful position for those wanting to explore the beautiful county of Somerset. Popular Glastonbury, steeped in myth and history, is just a 25-minute car journey from the house. For shopaholics, Clarks Village is just 20-minutes away and offers a variety of designer and high street brands at outlet prices. The home is located in the small village of Stawell, set less than five miles from the market town of Bridgwater where a large variety of helpful amenities, including shops and restaurants, can be found. While guests will be able to enjoy complete and total tranquillity, the house is conveniently situated less than 10 minutes from the M5. The Grange makes a wonderful base for those wishing to truly explore the West Country, with some of the region’s most beautiful spots and attractions within easy reaching distance. These include, Cheddar Gorge and Wookey Hole Caves, Dunster Castle, Exmoor, the Quantocks, Mendips, Brendon Hills, the cities of Bath and Wells, Glastonbury Abbey and Tor, and Longleat.

The Levels, Strawberryfield Park 2

Cheddar, Somerset,

The Levels, Strawberryfield Park From £826 Availability

Living room Open plan with the dining and kitchen areas Fabric sofa and leather armchair with footstool Coffee table, side table and media unit Wall mounted Bang & Olufsen Smart TV with Apple TV Kitchen/Utility Open plan with the living and dining areas Access to the decked terrace Modern kitchen with island, breakfast bar and two stools A single built in electric oven with warming tray, electric hob and extractor Built in microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and wine cooler Fully equipped with Dualit Kettle and toaster, cafetiere and Krups Nescafe Dolce Gusto coffee machine Dining Room/Area Open plan with the kitchen and living areas Access to the decked terrace with bistro table and chairs Wooden dining table and chairs, seating two Master Bedroom A modern style bedroom open plan with the rest of the lodge Super king size bed with bedside tables and lamps Walk in wardrobe with dressing table, illuminated mirror and seating for one Wall mounted flat screen TV En-suite Family Bathroom En-suite to the master bedroom Accessed via bedroom or direct from courtyard decking with starlit canopy Walk in rainfall shower, freestanding bath with LED spotlights Two heated towel rails, Wash basin with shaver point, WC and mirror with motion controlled lighting Two steps up to access the property with small porch Large private L shaped decking around the lodge with led lighting along the edge of the decking sides Two chairs and coffee table situated under the sheltered starlit canopy Breakfast table with two chairs and two sun loungers Private hot tub partially sunken into the decking Communal parkland and small orchard for all guests Parking for one car beside the lodge

The Levels, Strawberryfield Park, Cheddar 2

Cheddar, Somerset, South West of England

The Levels, Strawberryfield Park, Cheddar From £723 Availability

This architect-designed eco lodge is the perfect retreat for couples looking to take a truly relaxing break away from their busy schedules. Inside the lodge you will find a contemporary living space with an open-plan layout furnished with sumptuous seating and a state of the art audio and visual system. The modern, well-equipped kitchen with its Dualit appliances will bring out your inner foodie and the specialist wine cooler will keep those bottles of fizz chilled while you soak away the afternoon in the gorgeous outdoor hot tub. Setting a magical mood are the lights twinkling from the starlight canopied roof that covers the courtyard – the perfect place to feel a million miles away from it all.

The Lodge 4

Bristol, Somerset, South West of England

The Lodge From £274 Availability

Lodge is a lovely lodge located on the outskirts of Bristol, England. Set on the ground floor, the property hosts two bedrooms, one bunk room and one triple bunk, sleeping a total of five guests with a family shower room. There is an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area, as well as a shared external games room and external shower room. Outside has off-road parking. Lodge is a wonderful choice for a countryside break to Bristol.

The Retreat, Strawberryfield Park 4

Cheddar, Somerset,

The Retreat, Strawberryfield Park From £735 Availability

Living Room/Area Spacious, open plan living, kitchen and dining area with access to the terrace Two fabric sofas, seating four and side tables TV unit with 40″ Flatscreen TV with Freeview, Blu-ray player and soundbar Bookshelf with selection of CD’s, books and board games Wood burning stove (logs can be provided by the park) Kitchen/Utility Open plan living, kitchen and dining area Fitted with modern appliances including an electric oven, electric grill, gas hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher Fully equipped with a range of utensils and accessories including kettle, toaster and cafetiere Breakfast bar with shelving and seating for two Dining Room/Area Access to the decked terrace through sliding doors Wooden table and fabric chairs, seating four with matching cabinet Master Bedroom Spacious room with super king size bed Bedside tables with lamps, dressing table with mirror and seating for one Built in wardrobe with shelves and hanging space Wall mounted 32″ flatscreen TV with Freeview En suite Bedroom 2 Comfortable room suitable for adults or children Furnished with twin beds (can be configured as a super king on request upon booking) Bedside tables with lamps and built in wardrobe Wall mounted 32″ flatscreen TV Family Bathroom Bath with shower over Wash basin, mirror with shaver point, WC and heated towel rail Bathroom 2 En-suite to master bedroom Features a walk-in double shower, wash basin, mirror with shaver point, WC and heated towel rail Outdoors Private decked area offering amazing views from the private, partially sunken hot tub with mood lighting Decked area furnished with table and chairs, ideal for all year round alfresco dining Communal parkland and small orchard for all guests Parking for one car beside the lodge

The Shippen 4

Merriott, Somerset, South West of England

The Shippen From £318 Availability

The Shippen is a tasteful retreat situated near the village of Merriott, Somerset. Hosting two bedrooms; a king-size, and a double with overhead single, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four people. Inside you will also find an open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area. To the outside is off-road parking, and an enclosed garden with furniture and barbecue. Resting in a lovely location with a comfortable interior, The Shippen is a delightful cottage in a homely part of England.

The Sleights, Strawberryfield Park 4

Cheddar, Somerset,

The Sleights, Strawberryfield Park From £735 Availability

Living area Open plan with the kitchen and dining area with access to the decked terrace Two sofas seating four, coffee table, wall mounted flatscreen TV, music system Kitchen Open plan with the dining and living area with access to the decked terrace Modern gloss units with a built-in single electric oven with grill and gas hob, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher, kettle, toaster and cafetière Dining Open plan with the kitchen and living area with access to the decked terrace Table with four chairs Master Bedroom Double bed, bedside tables with lamps and a wall mounted Flatscreen TV and DVD player Built in wardrobe, dressing table and chair. En suite Bedroom Two Twin beds (can be configured as a king sized bed on request) bedside tables with lamps Buolt in wardrobe, dressing table and mirrors En suite Family Bathroom En suite to master bedroom Bath with shower over, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, mirror and shaver point Bathroom Two En suite to bedroom two Walk-in shower, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, mirror and shaver point Outside Decked terrace with sunken hot tub Table with chairs Accessed via three steps Parking for one car near the lodge with additional parking in the onsite car park

Umber Lodge 18

Langport, Somerset, South West of England

Umber Lodge From £3693 Availability

Umber Lodge holds a fabulous location, nestled within beautiful Somerset countryside, while being just a short distance from the towns of Langport and Somerton, where a variety of helpful amenities can be found. 

The accommodation is set across two barns, the main lodge and the Spring Barn annexe, with multiple living areas, it is ideal for large groups with plenty of entertaining space, but would also be perfect for two families who are looking for some additional privacy. Umber Lodge can comfortably accommodate up to eighteen guests in total across its six bedrooms, thirteen in the main lodge and five in the annexe.

In the Main Lodge, on the ground floor is the open-plan living space which comprises of a bright lounge with high ceilings and comfy sofas as well as a fully-equipped kitchen with dining facilities. Also on this level are the first of the bedrooms, two with super-king or twin beds and additional single beds, a king-size double room with additional single bed. These rooms share the use of a family bathroom. Upstairs, is a further super-king or twin room with an additional single bed as well as a family shower room. In the annexe, is the open-plan living area, as well as the two final bedrooms, one with either a super-king or twin beds and an additional single, the other with a small double. These rooms share the use of a family shower room.

Outside, the terrace makes the perfect place to enjoy a spot of al fresco dining while enjoying the wonderful surroundings. After dinner, the adults will enjoy a long soak in the private hot tub, pure heaven! Guests staying at Umber Lodge also have access to an outdoor pool and a large field, ideal for walks, picnics and games, which are shared with the guests of two neighbouring cottages

Umber Lodge is situated close to the village of Long Sutton, with three fantastic pubs and restaurants within a 5-minute car journey of the house, The Devonshire Arms, The Halfway House & The Lime Kiln. The towns of Langport and Somerton are both less than a 10-minute car journey away, a wider variety of amenities, including shops and restaurants can be found in each.

A wide selection of Somerset attraction and within easy reaching distance of Umber Lodge, magnificent Wells Cathedral and the famous Wookey Hole Caves are both within a 40-minute drive, while Glastonbury, steeped in myth and history, with its iconic Abbey and Tor is just 25-minutes away. The coast is reachable with 50-minutes; Weston-Super-Mare is ideal for families travelling with children, who are bound to enjoy a spot of crazy golf at Pirate Adventureland after a busy morning spent making sand castles on the beach. Children will also enjoy a visit to Brean Theme Park at near-by Burnham-on-Sea, which offers a variety of fun rides for all ages