Mendip Cottages

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    Delightful, detached family house in an elevated location in the Somerset village of Croscombe. Very well-presented, quality accommodation. WiFi. Near local facilities. Lovely views. Superb touring base. Shepton Mallet 2.5. (Ref. 15747)

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    7 nights from £349

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    Delightfull, detached cottage on a working dairy farm in rural East Somerset. Comfortable and well-appointed. WiFi. Enclosed garden. Great walks nearby. Shepton Mallet 3 miles. (Ref. 920419)

    7 nights from £277

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    Detached timber lodge in rural Somerset Mendip Hills, close to Shepton Mallet. High quality furnishings. Superb views. Coarse fishing on site. Lovely walks close by. Shepton Mallet 3 miles. (Ref. 26049)

    7 nights from £487

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    Superb, spacious timber lodge overlooking fishing lake, close to Shepton Mallet. Single-storey. Quality furnishings and fittings. Ideal for walking and cycling. Shepton Mallet 3 miles. (Ref. 915080)

    7 nights from £347

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    Superb, detached barn conversion, one of two on site. Rural Somerset AONB. Beside Mendip Hills. Open plan beamed interior, vaulted ceiling, spiral staircase. Mezzanine bedroom. Lovely views. Excellent touring base. Wells 9 miles. (Ref. 923627)

    7 nights from £369

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    Charming detached barn conversion. One of two on site. Rural Somerset AONB. Edge of Mendip Hills near Shepton Mallet. En-suite facilities. Open plan living. Lovely views. Idyllic touring base. Wells 9 miles. (Ref. 923628)

    7 nights from £391

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    Charming, detached single-storey Victorian cottage in tranquil location, near Wells. Three bedrooms, one with en-suite. Enclosed, lawned garden with views to the Mendip Hills. Wells 2 miles (Ref. 923648)

    7 nights from £372

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    Wonderful 200 year old cottage in the Somerset village of Westcombe. Stunning interior. Exposed stone walls, flagstone floors, mezzanine king-size bedroom, freestanding bath and woodburning stove. Bruton 3.5 miles. (Ref. 926938)

    7 nights from £310

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    Delightful townhouse close to the centre of Wells city. Two bedrooms, off road parking, enclosed garden, WiFi. Many things to see and do close by. Glastonbury 6 miles. (Ref. 930976)

    7 nights from £319

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    Delightful fourth floor apartment in Wells. Views across historic city towards cathedral and Mendip Hills. Spacious contemporary accommodation, allocated parking. Amenities on doorstep. Bath 19 miles. (Ref. 920144)

    7 nights from £310

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Just Show Me Mendip Cottages

Love the 'Great Outdoors'? Then try one of our cottages in the Mendips, a range of limestone hills and designated AONB stretching for around fifty miles between Weston-super-Mare and Frome.

Walking, climbing, mountain biking, riding, fishing, abseiling and golf are all possibilities here and the panoramic views of Salisbury Plain, Exmoor National Park and South Wales coastline take some beating. You might also consider one of the long-distance paths - the 30-mile West Mendip Way or Link Limestone Trail. There are few areas of Somerset more beautiful than the Mendips.

Five towns to visit near your Mendips cottage

Nestling in the valleys are five historic towns, each one unique and well worth a visit. Glastonbury, famous for its Tor, Abbey and Festival; Medieval Frome; Wells with its magnificent cathedral; the 'shoe-making' town of Street (home to Clarks Village) and the rural market town of Shepton Mallet.

The valleys also reveal spectacular natural attractions both above and below ground. Make sure the caves of Wookey Hole and Cheddar Gorge with its honeycombed caverns rank high on your sightseeing list - great days out for all the family, plus a chance to buy some genuine Cheddar Gorge Cheese for tasty suppers back in your Mendips cottage!

The region is also steeped in history, with evidence of Iron Age Hill Forts, Neolithic earthworks, Roman lead mines and more. Discover more recent history at the Fleet Air Arm Museum which boasts Europe's largest naval aviation collection.

And when it comes to events, the Mendips really know how to put on a show. From the musical extravaganza of the Glastonbury Festival and the Royal Bath & West Show to vintage car rallies, beer festivals and sheep fairs. Join in the fun and book a Mendips cottage soon!