Holidays in South Somerset

Renowned for its rolling countryside and pretty villages, your days can easily be filled whilst exploring Somerset. Visit exceptional gardens and historic properties only minutes away.

The grand master bedroom in Lyle's Apartment

Lyle's Apartment

A glorious period apartment sleeping four, overlooking the rolling acres at the atmospheric Tudor mansion, Barrington Court. High ceilings, mullioned windows and sumptuous furnishings make for a unique stay.

The grand apartment in a former stable block

1 Strode House

This apartment is within what was once a very grand stable block that stands alongside Barrington Court. It’s luxuriously comfortable, with a woodburner for cozy afternoons and views across the gardens. Sleeps five.

Stay for a break at South Lodge

South Lodge

South Lodge, which sleeps six, sits at the entrance to the impressive Tudor mansion, Montacute House. It’s a great base for you to explore house, gardens and extensive parkland.

The cottage is faces out into parkland

Odcombe Lodge

This delightful Grade II-listed former gatehouse, which sleeps four, sits on the edge of picturesque parkland. It was built in the early 19th century but echoes the Tudor aesthetic of the magnificent Montacute House.

The garden looks out over parkland

3 Lytes Cottage

A pretty Victorian cottage that sleeps three. Its fresh, bright interior welcomes you to a home from home, with the glorious Lytes Cary Manor estate on your doorstep.

Looking out of the front door of the West Wing

Lytes Cary Manor, West Wing

Lytes Cary West Wing will bring all the family together; it sleeps 14. With fine panelling and period furniture, the leaded windows look out on to the intimate Arts and Crafts-inspired garden of the medieval Lytes Cary Manor.

The quintessential English manor house

Tintinhull House

This elegant 17th century house overlooks the formal gardens at Tintinhull, which will be yours to enjoy after hours. It sleeps up to eight in classic English country house style, with flagstone floors and welcoming armchairs.