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Glamping in Somerset

Bracing strolls on Bristol Channel beaches, climbing adventures in Cheddar Gorge and a lively cultural scene in cities including Bath and Bristol… And that’s before you consider the endless hiking opportunities in the Quantocks and Mendips, the river fishing, the stately mansions and historic houses…

All this could be yours to discover – with more than a dash of luxury thrown in – if you decide on a Somerset glamping holiday. If waking up to Exmoor views from a stylishly decorated tipi appeals, or perhaps cosying up in a hot tub outside a shepherd's hut made for two on the peaceful Somerset Levels, give glampsites in Somerset a go. Read on and we’ll show you how to get your holiday organised. 

Where to stay in Somerset

  • Looking for a bargain glamping break? Prices are often cheaper outside the summer months, so look for Somerset glampsites that stay open all year, perhaps offering insulated pods or hot tubs to keep you all warm. Wrap up for winter strolls along the coastal Coleridge Way to Porlock, or take advantage of the December sales at Clarks Village outlet centre and save money when buying all your Christmas gifts.

  • If children are part of your Somerset glamping break, chances are you’ll need some extra space for you all to co-exist happily on site, so consider hiring a spacious yurt or lodge. Look for family-friendly sites with a playground or kids’ club if they need extra entertainment, or base yourselves within easy distance of attractions like Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm and Brean Theme Park. 

  • Needing some adults-only time? Settle yourselves in a secluded bell tent near Glastonbury, where you can have a romantic meander up the fabled Tor for views across the Somerset Levels, and enjoy date nights over pints of scrumpy cider in country pubs. Or how about a shepherd’s hut hideaway for two near hip little Bruton, with its art galleries and selection of gourmet restaurants?

  • Glamping breaks to Somerset mean lots of fun for your dogs too: there are plenty of beaches that allow dogs all year round – like Dunster, Berrow and Blue Anchor Bay – and lots of walks to be had on Exmoor’s moorland trails. Just be sure to pick a dog-friendly glampsite and read our comprehensive guide to glamping with your dog before setting off. 

What you can do in Somerset

  • Use Pitchup to book a family-sized bell tent close to Cheddar Gorge, then treat the kids to the animatronic dinosaur trail and a guided subterranean tour of the beautifully illuminated caverns and spectacular limestone stalactites at Wookey Hole Caves

  • Spend a weekend walking in Exmoor National Park; discover the ancient Tarr Steps clapper bridge over the River Barle and lie back under the stars at night – we’ve got plenty of cosy pods for two in this designated International Dark Sky Reserve.

  • Check out Somerset’s lively and lovely cities: Bath is all about the Roman Baths, Georgian architecture and soothing treatments at Thermae Bath Spa, while the medieval cathedral in Wells is sublimely beautiful. 

  • Enjoy old-fashioned family fun splashing about on the sands at Weston-super-Mare and trying the simulator rides on the pier, or kick a ball around with the dog at Burnham-On-Sea. Pitchup has glamping options near several of Somerset's beaches to keep kids happy.

How to book a Somerset glamping break

With Pitchup, it’s simple to research and book a glamping break in Somerset. Every Somerset glampsite featured on our website offers an entirely different holiday experience, so it’s up to you to use the filters on this page to find a glamping spot that matches your personal requirements.

Beyond Somerset, you might like to have a look at your options across the whole of south-west England – and don’t forget that Pitchup also lists glamping choices right across the UK. Have a look at England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and start planning your next glamping holiday.