The February half-term week is a particular favourite with parents and children alike. After a long winter and the excitement of Christmas over, it’s nice to have something to look forward to. With Spring peeking around the corner, the February half-term holidays are the perfect time to take some days away together and visit Somerset’s many attractions. From coast to country, we will have the ideal location for you.
Why spend February half-term in Somerset?
February is the ideal time for a well-deserved break. Not yet busy and still cool enough for bracing walks on the beach and across the moors, it is even better when you know that you can return to a cosy cottage and snuggle up in front of a roaring log fire.
Things to do at February half-term in Somerset:
There are lots of interesting things to do during half-term in Somerset. Across the county, woodland trails are starting to come to life and there are lots of interesting historic places to visit such as Dunster Castle, and Hestercombe in Taunton. Pony trekking across the Quantocks is a must.
Why stay in a Somerset cottage at February half-term?
Staying at one of our cottages in Somerset gives you an ideal base to explore all of the things on offer in this beautiful county. Whether you are looking for a large house to fit all the children in, a dog-friendly cottage or a Valentine’s escape with your loved one, our collection will have something for you.
Three must-see things in Somerset at February half-term:
- Children who love creepy crawlies will love Bugfest, an insect and spider show that comes to Yeovil every February half-term.
- Visit the historic Dunster Castle and play dress up in the Hat Room.
- Walk around the well-trodden family trails at the stunning Hestercombe house and gardens.