These two luxury holiday lodges have all you need for the perfect extended family holiday or for any large group stay; well equipped, with all modern conveniences, plenty of space indoors and outdoors - and a fantastic location to boot. Combined, the lodges have 11 en suite bedrooms; each lodge has a games room and a stunning 22ft x 10ft indoor heated pool, so there's plenty of opportunity to relax and have a great time with friends and family.
If you want to go out exploring the local area, you'll find glorious tranquil countryside all around, with a network of tracks and trails for walking, cycling and horseriding on the beautiful Quantock Hills. The romantic poets, Wordsworth and Coleridge spent a lot of time here, walking for miles amidst the hills, and taking inspiration from the breath taking scenery. Follow in their footsteps with a climb up to Wills Neck, the highest point in the hills, or walk from Great Wood to Cothelstone Hill. An autumn stroll up through Holford Combe to the bracken-clad heaths and back down for lunch at The Plough Inn is a delight, but perhaps the best way to take in the far reaching views is on horseback with Quantock Trekking. Round off your day with dinner at one of the pubs within a very short drive - the Rising Sun at West Bagborough, the Farmers Arms at Combe Florey or the Blue Ball Inn at Triscombe. Not too far away is the diverse landscape of Exmoor National Park, with its rolling wooded valleys, varied coastline and rugged heaths where wild ponies roam free. Vists Lynton and Lynmouth and have a ride on the cliff railway, amble along the river at Watersmeet, cross the ancient clapper bridge at Tarr Steps and go up to Tarr Farm Inn for a drink in the garden.
There are plenty of towns to visit in this part of the world - Bridgwater, Tiverton, Taunton, or head up to Bristol or Bath for a great day out in one of these exciting cities, full of shops, museums, galleries and things to see and do - Bristol has an amazing zoo which kids of all ages will love, whilst Bath has some incredible architecture and Roman history. Also for the youngsters, there's Brean Theme Park, Puxton Park and Wookey Hole not a million miles away, and even closer to hom eis Tropiquaria Zoo; for all the family there's Dunster Castle, Hestercombe House & Gardens - or how about a nostalgic trip through the countryside on a steam train on the West Somerset Railway? The Somerset coast and the world famous Jurassic coast are both within an hour's drive for a fabulous day out at the seaside; you can make sandacstles at Minehead or go fossil hunting and mackerel fishing at Lyme Regis. Heaps to see and do; lots of happy memories to take home!