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QUANTOCK HILLS HOLIDAYS

Hidden gems, gorgeous walks and red deer

Visit Quantock Hills

From exciting beaches for the family to explore to heathlands packed with wildlife and unusual flora and fauna, there’s no shortage of outdoor fun to be had in the Quantock Hills. The Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is made up of heathland, parkland and woodland that meets the coast, while many varieties of wildlife such as red deer and buzzards reside in the hills. It’s a charming place to spend a Somerset holiday.

Quantock Hills Cottages

With stunning panoramas of coastal to woodland to countryside all in one fantastic vista, our self-catering holiday cottages in the Quantocks make the perfect accommodation for a Somerset holiday.

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Doniford Bay Caravan Holiday Park

Doniford Bay is in a great coastal location, with excellent facilities including heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools, climbing wall, ropes course, adventure playground and bungee trampolines.

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Picturesque Somerset, all year round

Somerset is home to some fantastic points of interest to visit on a day out.  No matter what the weather, come rain or come shine, Somerset has many fascinating all-weather places to head to. 

The Somerset beach guide

Somerset boasts a diverse coastline which encompasses dramatic cliffs on the moors, traditional seaside resorts, picturesque harbours and quieter bays. From Clevedon in the North to Porlock Weir in the West, there’s a whole wealth of fantastic beaches to discover. If you’re looking for a holiday beside the Somerset coast, then read our handy guide to help you decide where will suit your needs best.

A walker’s heaven

When on a Quantock Hills holiday you must get out and enjoy the wonderful array of footpaths in the area. Coleridge Way, named after the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, passes through the Quantocks before finishing in Porlock on Exmoor, while the Quantock Greenway and the Macmillan Way West are also well worth a stomp.

When it comes to things to do, there’s much to enjoy. Fyne Court is a hidden gem amongst the hills, with the National Trust property providing insight into the life of former resident Andrew Crosse’s, aka ‘The Thunder and Lightning Man’.

You can also enjoy a ride on the West Somerset Railway, which passes by the edge of the hills and takes in 10 unique stops. You’ll also be within driving distance of towns including Bridgwater and Taunton, ideal if you want to hit the shops.

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