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Hotels in Somerset

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To make the most of the countryside and experience the best walking weather, visit Somerset in the spring. At this time, you’ll see the landscape in full bloom, but make sure you take your waterproofs to guard against April showers. During the summer most of Somerset’s towns and cities are in full swing, hosting both big festivals like Glastonbury and little local fetes. Winter brings you lovely seasonal festivities and a party spirit.
A rejuvenating stay in Somerset will be good for couples who choose hotels in Bath. The city’s mineral-rich thermal springs are famous for their health benefits. You can visit the Roman Baths for a guided tour of the area’s history. Thermae Bath Spa, less than a minute away from the Roman Baths, is Britain’s only naturally warm spa waters. Indulge in indoor and outdoor pools and partake in a range of treatments.Take a family holiday to Somerset and stay in hotels in Bristol. There’s lots to keep kids occupied: head to Bristol Aquarium to see sunken ships, sharks and an urban jungle. It’s just a six-minute drive to Bristol Zoo Gardens where gorillas, penguins and hippos are among the animals cared for there. When it’s not so warm out, ImmotionVR offers interactive gameplay and simulations for all ages.The limestone caves of Cheddar Gorge are a must-visit, so book hotels in Cheddar to be less than five minutes away by car. Explore the rugged outdoor cliffs and spectacular indoor stalactites and stalagmites. Cheddar Reservoir is 10 more minutes away; here you can take to the water and paddleboard, kayak or canoe.Hotels in Glastonbury will prove to you that the area is more than just its annual music festival (although that’s reason enough to visit.) The National Trust’s Glastonbury Tor is a brisk climb to see views of the Isle of Avalon. A half-hour walk away is Glastonbury Abbey – in legend, the burial place of King Arthur.

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