Short Breaks in Somerset
Booking a short break in Somerset to relax, unwind and explore the county’s rolling hills and bustling cities?
Our range of Somerset hotels make the perfect base for your short Somerset break, with top-notch on-site restaurants serving local produce, cosy bars with an impressive selection of Butcombe beers, and welcoming, comfy rooms for you to rest your head.
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Places To Stay for a Short Break in Somerset
Stay with us at our short break hotels in Somerset, close to popular attractions like Cheddar Gorge, Glastonbury Tor, the Quantock Hills, Wookey Hole, and Wells Cathedral, with cosy beds, excellent breakfasts, and stylish rooms.
The Swan Inn in Rowberrow
In the ex-mining village of Rowberrow, Somerset, on the edge of the Mendip Hills and close to popular attractions like Cheddar Gorge, Wookey Hole Caves, Ashton Gate Stadium, and Somerset Speedway, The Swan Inn is a 17th century Grade II-listed pub and inn, brimming with history and a warm welcome. The Swan makes the perfect place to stay for exploring Somerset’s cities and countryside, just 7 miles from Bristol airport and 15 miles from Bristol Temple Meads train station, with walking, cycling and dog-walking opportunities in and around the Mendips – plus, you can make your stay even more memorable with pub lunch and a brewery tour of the nearby Butcombe Brewery Cosy, comfortable and stylish, The Swan Inn’s nine boutique rooms have everything you need for the perfect staycation, family break, or romantic getaway, with complimentary breakfasts, an on-site restaurant, and family-friendly, accessible and dog-friendly room options available.
The Bower Inn in Bridgwater
For a relaxing and luxurious stay in the Somerset Levels, you can’t do much better than The Bower Inn in Bridgwater. With history dating back to the 1700s, the refurbished 18th-century cottage and gardens offer comfortable lodgings with individually-styled ensuite rooms for a truly restorative staycation in the South West. Indulge with a delicious, home-style pub meal in the on-site gastropub, serving British classics like beer-battered fish and chips and hearty roast dinners, enjoyed with your choice of Butcombe beer behind the bar.
The George Inn in Norton St Philip
There’s nowhere like The George Inn in Norton St. Philip. As a Grade II-listed building, with history dating back to 1397, a stay at The George Inn will surely be an unforgettable experience. Close to Bath and the surrounding Somerset countryside, The George also makes an ideal base for a staycation, business trip, or weekend getaway. Stay in one of the 9 ensuite rooms at one of Britain’s oldest taverns, and enjoy a delicious, locally-sourced pub classic with an award-winning pint of Butcombe beer.
The Langford Inn in Lower Langford
In the quaint Somerset town of Lower Langford, close to Bristol Airport and the Mendip Hills, you’ll find The Langford Inn, a 17th century historic village pub-hotel. Stay in one of their seven boutique bedrooms for the perfect place to rest your head after exploring the nearby Mendips AONB. Enjoy locally-sourced produce and a field-to-fork ethos on sustainability with seasonal menus, perfectly paired with an impressive selection of award-winning Butcombe beers.
Ring O’ Bells in Compton Martin
With two dog-friendly ensuite rooms in the heart of the Mendips and Chew Valley, if you’re looking for somewhere peaceful and relaxing for a Somerset staycation, you can’t do much better than the Ring o’ Bells in Compton Martin. Settle down in Somerset fashion, with inglenook fireplaces, rustic beamed ceilings, and restored oak floorboards – the Ring o’ Bells rally is the quintessential country inn experience! Enjoy home-cooked pub favourites at the on-site restaurant, live music and live sports, and, of course, award-winning proper Butcombe beers and real ales in the bar.
Cross Keys in Rode
A stay at The Cross Keys hotel in Rode, a 17th-century country inn, is certainly a stay you’ll remember. Based in the Somerset countryside, The Cross Keys is perfectly placed between the Cotswolds and Cranborne Chase Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Each of the three bedrooms has an ensuite bathroom, views over the beautiful courtyard garden, and private access Sample the seasonal menu, and try a new dish, delicious roast on a Sunday, or your favourite pub classic any day of the week – with a proper pint of Butcombe beer, of course!
Rose & Crown in Hinton Charterhouse
Close to the medieval ruins of Farleigh Hungerford Castle, and just 6 miles from the Roman city of Bath, the classic Somerset stone-clad, 18th century Rose & Crown gastropub and guesthouse in Hinton Charterhouse makes the perfect place for a countryside retreat. Stay in one of the six ensuite rooms, complete with flat-screen TVs, with family- and dog-friendly options available, and treat yourself to a delicious, locally-sourced meal from the menu of classic pub favourites with a pint of award-winning Butcombe beer at the on-site restaurant with a wood-burning stove and heated patio area.
The Beambridge Inn in Wellington
For a perfect place to stay for your Somerset or Devon holiday, look no further than The Beambridge Inn in Wellington. Just 3 miles from both J26 and J27 of the M5, nearby, you’ll find breathtaking panoramic views, long and short walks, and spectacular cycling routes. Explore the popular sights at Blackdown, Quantock Hills, Dartmoor and Exmoor, or, if you’re looking for something more relaxing, take a break on the Jurassic Coast. The eight ensuite rooms are stylishly decorated, paying homage to the inn’s 200-year history, and make the perfect place to rest your head after a long day exploring the Somerset countryside. Book a table at the on-site restaurant, serving classic pub meals made with ingredients from local suppliers.
The Old Station in Hallatrow
Between Bath, Bristol, and Wells, and the Mendip Hills and Cotswolds Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you’ll find The Old Station Inn in Hallatrow. Dating back to the 1920s, The Old Station is a nostalgic treasure trove of eclectic historic memorabilia, with five ensuite rooms, an array of award-winning beers, wines, and spirits behind the bar, and two on-site restaurants, a stay at The Old Station Inn is certainly one you won’t forget.