If you’re in the mood for a getaway, for heading off to the country for a few days peace and quiet, take a look at our marvellous money saving offers on autumn breaks in Somerset with a hot tub at Dustings. This awesome holiday house is snuggled contentedly in the winding lanes at the foot of the hale and hearty Quantock Hills in Somerset
A few days or a whole week away at Dustings will suit you fine; it’ll be the perfect solution if you feel you need something to distract you from these strangest of times we’re living in. And with the outstanding prices on our 6 Guest Special offers you’ll be hard pushed to find better value on autumn breaks in Somerset with a hot tub. A 3 night weekend will cost you just £55.27 per person per night; a 4 night midweek break is priced at £37.50 each per night, and a whole week works out at an amazing £28.57!
£28.57!! And you’ll have not just a private hot tub but also a games room AND a cinema room! Suffice it to say that an autumn break at Dustings will suit your family or support bubble very well indeed at those prices! Pass the hours playing pool or table football, cosy up for movie nights, cook all your favourite things and enjoy slap up dinners around the kitchen table. The good thing is that you actually have the option to do nothing – yep, that’s right, absolutely nothing. Just put your feet up in the sitting room, have a snifter of your favourite drink handy and don’t do a thing, other than admire the glorious views that roll on and on for miles; a vast Somerset landscape spread out before you in all its autumn finery.
Old Mr Sunshine has been behaving himself quite well lately, and let’s hope that continues, because we like that, don’t we? That beautiful hazy autumn warmth, it's lovely, and it means you can quite happily potter out to the private courtyard, climb in the hot tub and natter away to your hearts’ content, about this and that and nothing in particular.
If you fancy getting out in the fresh air, put your jackets on and go for a wander in the hills; the Quantocks have a beauty entirely of their own and you should go and discover it for yourselves. Drive to Holford and climb up through the wooded combe to come out on the rufty tufty heaths where wild ponies feed and there are views out over the Bristol Channel to Wales on a clear day. Walk from West Bagborough to Wills Neck, the highest point in the hills, or go to Triscombe and walk up to Megalithic Triscombe Stone. Honestly, you’ll love it, these hills are full of beauty and wonderment and are ripe for delicious autumn walks.
You can even stride out from the doorstep if you like; Dustings is set on a working farm so there’s some good acreage you can explore at your leisure. Take the dog, but keep him on a lead just in case there are sheep about, and go for a wander; the chances are you won’t see a soul, just you lot, the open fields and the big wide skies, perfect. You might well muster up an appetite for a pub lunch; you’ll need to book of course and we highly recommend the Farmers Arms at Combe Florey, or try The Cross Keys at Norton Fitzwarren, or The Anchor at Hillfarrance.
The secret is to stay in the moment and squeeze as much joy as you can out of every moment of your autumn break in Somerset. It’s all about spending precious time with your nearest and dearest and just being together. Despite the world being a pretty gloomy place right now you can still have a wonderful break and you can still go home with happy memories. Make it happen, book your stay at Dustings today and enjoy those super savings!