Luxury self catering accommodation in Wellington

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Gray Manes 5 Star Gold Award Winning Country House
sleeps 14
number of bedrooms6
number of bathrooms6
no dogs allowed
Features
wood burner
games room
enclosed garden
own swimming pool
Weekly price: £2300 - £5500
Short breaks: minimum 3 night(s)
Quality Awards: gold award
Cossington Park Award-Winning Country House
sleeps 16
number of bedrooms6
number of bathrooms4
3 dogs allowed 3
Features
wood burner
open fire
games room
enclosed garden
four poster bed
Weekly price: £10000 - £0
Short breaks: minimum 3 night(s)
Quality Awards: gold award, green award
Park Cottage at Cossington Park
Cossington, Somerset, , England
sleeps 6
number of bedrooms3
number of bathrooms2
0 dogs allowed 0
Features
games room
garden
Weekly price: £10000 - £0
Short breaks: minimum 2 night(s)
Rock Farm- A Luxury Farmhouse
Taunton, Somerset, , England
sleeps 14
number of bedrooms7
number of bathrooms5
2 dogs allowed 2
Features
wood burner
games room
garden
four poster bed
Weekly price: £2500 - £4390
Short breaks: minimum 2 night(s)
Swallow's Orchard- A 5 Star Holiday Home
West Bradley, Somerset, , England
sleeps 6
number of bedrooms3
number of bathrooms3
2 dogs allowed 2
Features
wood burner
enclosed garden
own swimming pool
sauna
Weekly price: £1310 - £2600
Short breaks: minimum 1 night(s)
Quality Awards: gold award

Wellington

The town of Wellington has been recognised by The Times newspaper as the third best place to live in Britain. Locals and visitors to the area will not find it difficult to see why the town has received such high praise. Wellington boasts a wide choice of charming independent shops, including many locally sourced meats, cheeses and bakery goods, that are hard to match for taste and quality. It is this choice fo high-quality food that has helped to establish Wellington as one of Britain’s best food towns, with a successful campaign to have the area officially recognised as the ‘Food Town’ of Somerset. The town itself is a very short drive from the charming town of Taunton and is also just an hour’s drive away from the coast. The surrounding area of this part of Somerset offers many family-friendly attractions and activities that make it a fantastic destination for a luxury self-catering holiday with Cottage Gems.

Places to Visit

  • The sight of the Wellington Monument dominates much of the horizon for miles around and is suitable for families and couples alike. The pleasant trails and amazing views have helped to make this fixture one of the most popular attractions in the area. The masses of grass and country space also double up as a great play area for children to play and enjoy themselves. Well-behaved pets can also join in on the fun should you choose any of our pet-friendly accommodation.
  • The famous, and award-winning, Wellington Country Park links the area of Wellington to the surrounding countryside in spectacular fashion. Having recently been restored through the National Lottery Fund, the Park is full of beauty and is a great place to visit whilst in the area. The area contains an array of wildlife and stunning sights.
  • Immerse yourselves in the great outdoors. The beautiful Exmoor National Park is rich with a diversity of wildlife and landscapes that make it an essential stop for those visiting Somerset.

Things to Do

  • Found within the stunning Exmoor National Park,Wimbleball Lake- South West Lakes Trust, is regarded as one of the best places in the UK for trout fishing, offering courses for beginners. This tranquil area is surrounded by miles of footpaths and trails suitable for all kinds of walks and includes some options for cyclists. For families, the Outdoor and Activity Centre offers watersports including sailing, canoeing and rowing. Land based activities are also offered, ranging from climbing to archery.
  • Be transported back in time with the West Somerset Railway. This Heritage railway takes guest’s though the stunning Somerset countryside in original steam engine trains. Visitors will be able to enjoy views like the Quantock Hills AONB. The experience is a memorable one, which helps bring to life an important era, and aspect, of British transport history.