- Outdoor hot tub
- Flat-screen TV
- Outdoor hot tub
- In-lodge therapies
- Indoor heated pool
- Children’s pool
- Sauna /steam room
- Spacious bedrooms
- Outdoor hot tub in some lodges
- Indoor heated pool
- Added sleeping space
- A no smoking policy in all the lodges
Relax in your own Somerset Hot Tub Lodge!
When it comes to lodges with hot tubs Somerset has grown hugely in recent years and become one of the top places to stay when it comes to accommodation that includes luxuries like a onsite jacuzzi. A few years ago there weren’t many private lodges in Somerset that had such facilities. Now there are lots of superb lodge cabins with hot tubs throughout Somerset that offer early booking discounts and low deposit deals. Whatever you’re looking for its available whether it be pet friendly lodges so the dog can go, or you’re after a place to stay on New Year’s Eve, Somerset now has an enormous choice. Somerset lodges with hot tubs book out fast as they are in the South West, alongside Cornwall everyone goes mad for these. Small secluded lodges are popular with couples and because they usually only sleep 2 the prices are reasonable. Most of the lodges sleep 4-8 and bigger luxury lodges are always a bit more expensive.
Our stay in Somerset had it all, a peaceful setting offering nothing but peace and tranquility throughout our stay, but we also had action packed days.
From long hikes and bike rides to shopping and spending the day relaxing in the spa, Somerset has more than just walks and beaches to offer.
A big personal favourite has the be the day we spent at Mendip which we can only describe as the perfect day out for the active family/couple. From spending time walking on the hills to kayaking on the river, Mendip really has it all and is a ‘must’ visit if your planning a visit to Somerset.
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Things To Do And Places To Visit On Your Holidays In Somerset
Both King Arthur and Queen Guinevere, it was said were buried in Glastonbury Abbey. There is even a story somewhere that Jesus himself has visited the Abbey. At one point, Glastonbury Abbey was considered as the most ornate and wealthiest Abbey in the whole of England. This ended when Henry VIII went about destroying monasteries in 1530s. The abbey was then left in ruins.
The Abbey is surrounded by parkland, it has picnic areas, orchards and ponds. You can walk around the park, visit the Abbey itself, then rest and eat at one of the many picnic spots. There are also events held throughout the year. From March to October, the Glastonbury Abbey history comes to life as guides in costumes assist visitors and shows are held in the kitchen, which still retains its 14th century structure. If you’re a fan of the King Arthur stories, you will also enjoy the feel of history in the Glastonbury Abbey.
Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company
There was once a time when there were tons of cheesemakers who produced Cheddar, the authentic type that Britain has long loved, Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company is now the only remaining company left in Somerset. By visiting the factory, you’ll be able to watch how the well-known cheese is made in stages. Cheddar Gorge is considered as the master of making cheese and you can watch the process of how they make locally produced creamy milk, into authentic Cheddar Cheese.
Once you’re done seeing how their cheese is made, there is a taster bar you can go too and nibble on the fresh products. You can also go to the shop and buy some of the freshly made cheese and some pickles that are also locally made. You can bring the kids with you so that they can see how cheese is made, a lovely day-out.
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The Fun Farm
The Fun Farm, as it is named, is focused on providing a friendly and fun experience to all of its visitors. When you bring your kids, they can even feed the piglets and the lambs. There are also some reptiles in the farm that you and your kids can handle if you’re feeling brave. The farm has red deer as well. When you’re done, you can also participate in apple-pressing.
There is a barrel train in the farm that is made of oil barrels. It very fascinating for kids and some of them can even ride the barrel train. On morning, there is an egg collecting event. The eggs have come from the hens on the farm itself. It is a very wholesome and unique experience. It gives kids a new way to perceive animals and nature.
As you’re riding the East Somerset Railway you will be able to enjoy the view of the Mendip Hills. It is one of the best views in England. The railway is very old, but the steam train is very well-maintained by a host of volunteers and enthusiasts. You can experience the traditional feel as you ride. More in the South West here.