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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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Westview 4

Weston-super-mare, Somerset, South West of England

Westview From £389 Availability

Westview is a wonderful lodge, set solely on the ground floor, three miles from Weston-super-Mare, on the former site of the Bleadon railway station. The property has two bedrooms, a king-size double room with an en-suite and a further bedroom with the option of being a twin or a double. There is also a bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath and a contemporary, open plan living space with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with an electric fire. Outside, through patio doors, there is a veranda where you can watch trains passing from Bridgwater to Bristol and also, a lawned garden with furniture. In a great, rural spot, with a beach and all the attractions of Weston-super-Mare close by, Westview is a wonderful spot for a family holiday.

WhileAway Lodge 4

Cheddar, Somerset, South West of England

WhileAway Lodge From £315 Availability

WhileAway Lodge is set in the new development of Strawberryfield Park, home to some of the most luxurious and contemporary lodges on the market. Strawberryfield Park is nestled on the fringe of the Mendip Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and a perfect setting to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This ultra-modern luxury lodge boasts stunning views inside and out. Internally, WhileAway Lodge is furnished to the highest standard, with floor to ceiling windows and glass doors making the living spaces light and airy throughout. Externally, the Lodge has a private decked area furnished with a hot tub, providing the perfect place to relax and take in the unspoilt countryside views. Strawberryfield Park is a great base for guests looking to explore everything Somerset has to offer. The historic City of Wells is within easy reach, famous for its Cathedral, Bishops Place and Market Square along?with Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves, the Georgian City of Bath and Tyntesfield, the National Trusts spectacular Victorian Gothic revival house and gardens. Bristol is a 30 minute drive from the lodge, home to Brunel's SS Great Britain and Suspension Bridge.

Whileaway Lodge, Strawberryfield Park 4

Cheddar, Somerset,

Whileaway Lodge, Strawberryfield Park From £735 Availability

Living Room/Area Open plan with kitchen and dining area Access to the decked terrace with private hot tub Two fabric sofas, seating five with coffee table TV unit with 40” Smart TV with Blu-ray DVD player Kitchen/Utility Open plan with living and dining area Fully equipped with a range of utensils and accessories including cafetier, iron, ironing board, kettle, and toaster Gas oven and hob with grill and extractor, fridge freezer, microwave and dishwasher Dining Room/Area Open plan with living and kitchen area Access to the decked terrace with private hot tub Wooden dining table and chairs, seating four Master Bedroom Spacious master bedroom with king size bed, bedside tables and lamps Built in wardrobe with shelves and hanging space Dressing table, mirror and seating for one Wall mounted 19” flatscreen TV with Freeview En-suite Bedroom 2 Two single beds (can be configured as a super king bed on request upon booking) Bedside tables with lamps and built in wardrobe Dressing table with mirror and seating for one Wall mounted 19” flatscreen TV with Freeview En-suite Family Bathroom En-suite to master bedroom Access to the decked terrace Walk in rainfall shower, wash basin with heated mirror and LED lighting Heated towel rail, shaver point and WC Bathroom 2 En-suite to bedroom two Walk in rainfall shower, wash basin with heated mirror and LED lighting Heated towel rail, shaver point and WC Outside Accessed by two external steps Private hot tub with mood lighting and sun loungers Outdoor table and chairs, ideal for year-round alfresco dining with your very own barbeque Communal parkland and small orchard for all guests Parking for two cars beside the lodge

Willow Barn 4

Wincanton, Somerset, South West of England

Willow Barn From £367 Availability

Wilow Barn is a charming semi-detached dairy conversion situated in the village of Cucklington near Wincanton in Somerset. Hosting two bedrooms including a double and a twin, along with a shower room, this property can sleep up to four guests. An open-plan living space contains the kitchen, dining area and sitting area, while the property also benefits from a laundry room shared with its neighbour Little Barn, and off-road parking. Willow Barn is a wonderful property full of charm and character, a lovely base for a trip to Somerset.

Winters Lodge 4

Spaxton, Somerset, South West of England

Winters Lodge From £345 Availability

Winters Lodge is a detached cottage located in the village of Spaxton near Bridgwater in Somerset. Hosting two bedrooms; a king-size and a twin, along with a family bathroom, this property can sleep up to four people. Inside you will also find an open plan living, kitchen and dining area. To the outside is off road parking and use of an enclosed 1-acre garden with patio, terrace and furniture. Resting in an idyllic location with much to admire, Winters Lodge is a memorable cottage in a picturesque region of England.

Wisteria Cottage 6

Whitelackington, Somerset, South West of England

Wisteria Cottage From £960 Availability

Wisteria Cottage holds a wonderful location nestled amongst beautiful Somerset countryside, set in a quiet spot on a private road, guests of the cottage will enjoy peace and quiet with a number of lovely walking and cycling routes reachable on foot directly from the doorstep! While the location is ideal for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of daily  life, the town of Ilminster with its helpful amenities, including shops and restaurants, is less than a five-minute car journey away.

In recent years, the Grade II listed cottage has been lovingly modernised and today boasts contemporary interiors and elegant furnishings throughout, while managing to retain its original character and charm. Wisteria Cottage can comfortably accommodate up to six adults and two additional children across its four well-appointed bedrooms.

On the ground floor is the warm and welcoming living space which comprises of an open-plan kitchen and dining area, a cosy lounge with wood-burning stove as well as the first of the bedrooms, a super-king double room, which can be set up with twin beds on request, and an en-suite wet room. Upstairs on the first floor are a further two bedrooms, the first, a super-king four-poster room and en-suite bathroom with freestanding nickel bath and walk-in shower. The second, a superking double room with en-suite shower room, provides access to the fourth and final bedroom, a twin room, together these rooms are ideally suited to a family with young children. 

Outside, the children will love running around and playing games on the lawn. The sunken patio area  which comes complete with dining facilities and a charcoal barbecue makes the perfect spot to dine al fresco on a sunny evening!

Wisteria Cottage is located on a private road, with only one other manor house sharing access. The road is a bridleway and footpath and leads to a large area of parkland, leading onto a variety of other walking and cycling routes – perfect for families who want to enjoy the great outdoors!

There are a selection of excellent pubs in the vicinity, such as the Dinnington Docks, Lord Poulett Arms, or Five Dials. We also recommend the micro-brewery at Stocklinch – Stocklinch Ales – which is open for visitors on Friday evenings after 7pm and Sunday lunchtimes.

Barrington House, a National Trust house with gardens open to the public, is nearby, as is Dillington House. The Dennis Chinaworks in Shepton Beauchamp are also very close and worth a visit, for the tea rooms as much as anything else.

There are several local cider producers whose orchards and presses are worth seeing, Perry’s Cider in Dowlish Wake being one, and Julian Temperley’s cider and cider brandy distillery over at Burrow Hill another.

A little further away the beach at Lyme Regis and walks along the Jurassic coastline are 40mins or so to the South, and the Hauser and Wirth gallery near Bruton is 40 mins or so to the East.

Woodhill Beach House 14

Portishead, Somerset, South West of England

Woodhill Beach House From £8728 Availability

Woodhill Beach House is fabulously nestled on the banks of the River Severn estuary and as a result makes the perfect base for those wishing to escape reality, relax and unwind in style. Due to its much desired location it boasts uninterrupted panoramic views of the estuary, perfect for wildlife lovers! The property has been fashioned in form of a French inspired chic beach house and comes complete with all the necessary modern amenities for a more than comfortably stay.

As you enter the house you will instantly notice the lift, this allows easy access to the basement level and first floor. This is a really fantastic addition, particularly for those who have mobility issues or problems with staircases. The first floor is incredibly spacious and is comprised of an open plan dining area and fully equipped kitchen. The living room is the perfect spot to curl up in one of the comfy arm chairs with a good book while enjoying lookng out over the tranquil surroundings and river. The lovely dining room, bright and light due to the beautiful skylight it makes a lovely room for the family to gather together and enjoy a nice meal.

On the first floor two bedrooms can be found. Guests are bound to be arguing over who gets to stay in the wonderful master en-suite bedroom, complete with king-sized bed. Fabulous views of the Estuary and horizon can be enjoyed from the many windows and french doors and even from the comfort of the luxurious bathtub! The second en-suite double bedroom on this level boasts equally impressive views. 

Three bedrooms are situated in the upper floor. Two of the double bedrooms are larger in size with access to private washrooms. The smaller of the double bedrooms has nautical themed porthole windows and an en-suite bathroom. Heading back downstairs to the basement, you will find the snug area, perfect for a cosy movie night. On this floor, a further en-suite double bedroom can also be found. Adjoined to this bedroom is a small living space, with a working fireplace, with further access to the garden.

The town of Portishead is just off the coast of the Severn Estuary, Somerset. Due to its proximity and its tributary, Portishead has a rich history as a port and docking yard. There are still exquisite examples of Town’s fine history of Victorian Gothic architecture and plenty of popular trails for keen hikers to explore. Being surrounded by the stunning countryside of Somerset, holiday makers love to visit the likes of Gordano Valley Nature Reserve, Battery Point and The Clevedon Coast Path; where Wales is visible on clear days.

For those looking to make more of the localised attractions, Portishead Marina’s recent re-development means it has a host of bars, cafes and restaurants. When holidaying in Portishead, try to time your stay with the Portishead Carnival, Flower Show or Raft Race which are all a celebration of the local heritage. The house is an ideal base to explore the delights of Somerset. Visit enchanting stately homes such as Stourhead, Iford Manor and Bowood House and Gardens. Discover the charming and quaint English villages of Castle Combe, Frome, and Braford apon Avon. Not to mention the fabulous selection of delicious pubs and resturant to try including The Ethicurean at Barley Wood walled garden, Roth bar and grill at Hauser and Wirth or the Talbot Inn in Mells.

Woodpecker Lodge, Redlake Farm 4

Somerton, Somerset,

Woodpecker Lodge, Redlake Farm From £695 Availability

Living area Open plan with the kitchen and dining area with access to the decked terrace Two sofas seating four and Flatscreen TV with Freeview Kitchen Open plan with dining and living area with access to the decked terrace Double gas oven with gas hob, microwave, fridge freezer and dishwasher Dining Open plan with the kitchen and dining area with access to the decked terrace Dining table with four chairs Master Bedroom King size bed, wardrobe and dressing table En-suite Bedroom Two Twin zip and link beds that can be made up as a king size bed if requested at the time of booking Wardrobe and dressing table En suite Family bathroom En suite to master bedroom has a walk-in shower cubicle, WC and wash basin Bathroom Two En suite to bedroom two has a walk-in shower cubicle, WC and wash basin Outdoors Decked terrace to the front of the property with a table, chairs and private hot tub Parking for two cars next to your lodge

Yew Tree Lodge 5

Minehead, Somerset, South West of England

Yew Tree Lodge From £576 Availability

One storey Lodge with covered veranda with outdoor furniture and lovely views. Two bedrooms one double and one twin bedroom, min bathroom with bath and shower over. Living room with dining, sitting and kitchen area. Full fitted with free Wifi, flat screen TV and Dvd. Set in 3 acres of gardens with putting green, games room, children's swings and sandpit. Set on a quiet country lane but only twenty minutes walk from Minehead with it's shops ans restaurants and beach beyond.