Lodges with Hot Tubs in Somerset

As one of England’s biggest and most beautiful counties, a lodge holiday in Somerset offers plenty of things to see and do. Home to luscious countryside, inspiring beaches, diverse woodlands and more, this area of natural outstanding beauty has lots to offer. It’s no surprise that visitors come from all over the world to experience the Somerset countryside.

From lodges ideal for couples to bigger houses complete with all the family holiday essentials, whatever holiday home accommodation you’re after, you’ll find it here. There’s even Somerset lodges with hot tubs and swimming pools and log cabins with private hot tubs, open plan living and beds for your four-legged friends.

Plus, when you book through us, you’ll have access to the best hot tub holiday deals around, as well as last-minute offers in the South West. Our friendly customer service team is also on hand to ensure that you have the holiday of your dreams. So if you’re looking for a trip to Somerset, take a look at our lodges today.

The best lodges in Somerset

  • Elm Lodge

    Watchet

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Waters Edge

    Crewkerne

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Dorothy Goes Glamping

    South Barrow

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Honeyhurst, Strawberryfield Park, Cheddar

    Cheddar

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Twit Twoo

    Crewkerne

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Elm Lodge

    Edingworth

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • The Clover Lodge, Redlake Farm, Somerton

    Somerton

    Sleeps: 2VIEW PROPERTY
  • Woodland Hideaway

    Crewkerne

    Sleeps: 4VIEW PROPERTY
  • Hazel Lodge

    Watchet

    Sleeps: 8VIEW PROPERTY

Best locations for a lodge in Somerset

Glastonbury

Best for: The ultimate Somerset experience


Glastonbury is quite possibly one of the most unique and quirkiest towns in the whole of the UK. Putting the annual festival to the side, the area is filled with incredible character, inquisitive charm and a welcoming atmosphere that you just won’t find anywhere else. There’s also plenty of things to see and do, as well as great cafes and restaurants.

Cheddar

Best for: Exploring the great outdoors

If you’re looking to explore Somerset and all of its natural wonders, Cheddar won’t disappoint. Here, you'll find the country’s biggest inland cliffs as well as one of the most magnificent landmarks that the UK has to offer. Of course, this area is where cheddar cheese comes from too. It’d be rude not to indulge in a tasting session or two…

Exmoor

Best for: Its walking, hiking and adventure trails

Exmoor and its National Park are home to an incredible and varied landscape of woodland, moorland and coastline. Boasting lots of wildlife and nature, you definitely won’t want to miss out on these picturesque finds. There’s also lots of dog-friendly trails meaning no one has to miss out on your hot tub break.

Weston-super-Mare

Best for: A traditional yet lively seaside feel

Also known as Weston, Weston-super-Mare is a traditional English seaside town that offers everything you could need from a staycation. Spend your days enjoying a picnic on the beach and, if you’re brave enough, dipping your toes into the water. Come nighttime, the area has a vibrant buzz with bars, restaurants and shows open until late. It’s also close to other seaside hotspots like Burham-on-Sea.

Wells

Best for: Its culture, heritage and history

Located in the Mendip district of Somerset, the medieval city of Wells makes for a great trip. While it might be Britain’s smallest city, with only 12,000 inhabitants, there’s still plenty to see and do. Plus, it’s a great base to explore the rest of Somerset from.



Best walks in Somerset

Glastonbury Tor Walk

Location: Glastonbury

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Three miles


A walk in Glastonbury has to encompass the local attraction, and the Glastonbury Tor Walk does just that. Suitable for young walkers, as well as dogs, this gentle walk will take you from the town to the top of the hill, providing views for miles. To get back down, you simply have to meander through gorgeous countryside.

Cheddar Gorge Walk

Location: Cheddar

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk length: Four miles

Explore one of the UK’s most popular attractions on the Cheddar Gorge Walk. With its incredible size and views from the top, this is England’s biggest gorge and makes for a great day out. Four-legged friends are allowed but be sure to keep them close by. Oh, and don’t forget your camera.

Wistlandpound Reservoir Trail

Location: Exmoor National Park

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Two miles

Exmoor National Park has a number of walks and hikes to enjoy but the Wistlandpound Reservoir Trail is great for the whole family. Even those in pushchairs and those who require disabled-access. The easy and gentle walk simply takes you on a circular route around the reservoir.

Weston-super-Mare Promenade Walk

Location: Weston-super-Mare

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: One and a half miles


Weston-super-Mare Promenade Walk is flat and easy for all ages and walking abilities. Starting at the Anchor Head, and going past the Winter Gardens Pavilion and Grand Pier, you’ll enjoy some of the area’s best known landmarks and sights.  There’s also plenty of cafes to indulge in too.

Wells City Trail

Location: Wells

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: Three miles


The gentle Wells City Trail takes the form of a figure of eight and can be split into two shorter walks. You’ll head around the cathedral, along the high street and past the church. Being in the centre of the city means there’s lots of places to stop for a drink or have some snacks too.