What we love most about Somerset
From birdwatching in the National Nature Reserve at Bridgwater Bay to long walks with astounding views across open countryside, miles of coastline, sandy beaches, and picturesque villages, you can’t help but find something that’s your cup of tea in Somerset… or cup of cider.
Don’t miss the amazing opportunity to experience the creativity flourishing in this stunning county, home to a wide array of fantastic festivals that range from music to literature, art, and, of course, food and drink. After all, Somerset is cradle to two of the world’s favourites – cider and Cheddar cheese!
Somerset is ideal for a serene interlude in our very busy lives and perfect for making long-lasting memories in a mere weekend.
Two-night stay in a superb Georgian country estate set amongst woodlands, orchards, lakes, and gardens, dating back to 1690. Whether you enjoy a peaceful day at the garden-scented spa, a morning run overlooking the Somerset landscape, or an old-fashioned “cyder” tasting, this is the idyllic place for a picturesque country escape.
In the afternoon, discover a local boutique winery, a visit to which includes a private tour and a tutored wine tasting.
Embark on a full-day private tour to explore the culture, art and nature of Somerset. The tour includes lunch at a delightful country inn and visits of a 14th-century castle set in the placid Wiltshire countryside, a unique farmhouse and an art gallery.
After breakfast, why not visit the cultivated gardens or take a guided tour of the Cyder Cellar at the hotel before your journey home?