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Make a holiday cottage in Sedgemoor your home away from home

Full of historic towns and impressive natural features, Sedgemoor is an attractive holiday destination with a surprising range of notable historic sites, places of cultural interest, and outdoor options. Visitors flock to holiday homes in Somerset year-round, but particularly Sedgemoor because it offers a getaway from everyday stresses. Holidaymakers in Sedgemoor have the option of staying in a historic market town, secluded hamlet, or even a traditional seaside resort.

HomeAway has a wide and varied selection of holiday cottages in Sedgemoor. Visitors to the area can choose from cosy cottages, stunning Tudor manors, and everything in between. Holiday cottages in Sedgemoor start at just £250 per week, making the region an affordable holiday destination for budget travellers. In addition to budget cottages, mid-range and luxury rentals are also widely available. All rentals are fully furnished and some even come with extra amenities, like access to a pool, BBQ equipment, and the ability to accommodate pets.

Things to do

-Outdoor activities: Holiday cottages in Cheddar are ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. The historic little town is famous for its gorge and incredible caves. Visitors to the area can explore numerous footpaths revealing remarkable views of the countryside. Caving and rock climbing are also possible. The Mendip Hills, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, borders Cheddar and is a wonderful place for walking and cycling.

-Beaches: There are a number of holiday homes in Sedgemoor for a seaside break. Beach lovers might head to Burnham-on-Sea, a traditional seaside resort town located in Sedgemoor. There is a wide, flat, and sandy beach here that is well suited for picnics, sunbathing, and playing in the sand. The beach at Burnham on Sea is famous for its nine-legged wooden lighthouse, views of the Welsh coast, and donkey rides for children. The area is well serviced with plenty of nearby restaurants and cafés.

-Golf: The course at Burnham and Berrow Golf Club is among the most spectacular in the region. Looking over the coast, the views from the 18-hole course, which dates back to the 19th century, are magnificent. Its undulating terrain and sea breezes make it challenging enough for experts, but it's still approachable for beginners. Visitors staying in a Sedgemoor holiday cottage closer to Bridgwater can take a short drive to either Cannington Centre Golf Course or Enmore Park Golf Course.

-Food and drink: Somerset is well known for its cider production – restaurants and pubs throughout Sedgemoor proudly have local ciders on the menu. Another culinary highlight of this region are dairy products: cheese making has a rich history here, particularly in Cheddar. Visitors can visit the Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company to see how the famous cheese variety is made traditionally. The village of Cheddar is also quite well known for its strawberries, which are still grown in the Cheddar Valley.

Weather in Sedgemoor

Like much of the rest of Somerset, Sedgemoor experiences its best weather from May to September. During this time, rainfall is at a minimum and high temperatures average above 15°C daily. The warmest months out of the year are July and August, when temperatures can reach 22°C or more. Winters are quite cold and damp. High temperatures average around 9°C, with lows around freezing.

Travel to Sedgemoor

The best way to travel to and around Sedgemoor is by car, as there are few rail stations in this part of Somerset. Drivers coming from the north or south can take the M5 directly to Sedgemoor. If coming from the east, follow the M4 to Bristol, then exit onto the M5 to complete the journey. It is also possible for tourists to take the train to Bristol or fly into Bristol Airport before hiring a car and making the short drive to their Sedgemoor holiday cottage.

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Recent Reviews

Great place to stay so relaxing

5 of 5
All you need for a great stay, great views, lovely owners helpful & friendly. Will definatly stay again if available.
  • Review Submitted: May 18, 2017
  • Date of Stay: May 2017

Quirky hideaway in the countryside.

5 of 5
My partner and I stayed at The Garden Room for just under a week in early spring and wished we could stay longer. The owners Viv and Andy couldn’t have been more friendly and helpful. They’ve created a gem of a place that we would wholeheartedly recommend to anyone looking for a quiet and cosy escape. The Garden Room is located near the owner’s unusual tin house within their generous garden, surrounded by the countryside. Although the owner’s house is on the same site The Garden Room is discreetly positioned away from their property so very private. The owner’s welcomed us to walk in their garden and the sweet little Christmas tree woodland at our leisure, which we did every evening to visit the cows in the neighbouring field and to check out what the partridge was up to. The Garden Room looks like it’s got lost from the Australian outback, with its tin roof, chunky wooden construction and large veranda. It’s quirky and unexpected in a pleasing way. It has an impressively large open plan interior space surrounded on two sides by long windows, which allowed lots of natural light inside once you get the blinds up. One thing we were concerned about before getting there was the attached greenhouse we saw in the photos but ignore this, it isn’t used when guests stay. Inside The Garden Room is furnished beautifully with antique furniture and was great for just hanging out in as it had numerous comfy chairs to sit and relax. The kitchen, while small, had everything we needed to cook. The veranda was great for eating our meals outside, away from the glaring spring sunshine and occasional rain showers. The wood burner is a lovely addition and made our evenings cosy and was great for lazing in front of with a glass of wine in the cold nights. Don’t have any doubts about this place, it’s quite special.
  • Review Submitted: May 16, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Apr 2017