Festivals Motorhomes hire in Somerset
Consider Somerset and what rings a bell - gorgeous views over open farmland, sandy shorelines, delicious strawberries, cheddar and apple cider? Around the world, our area is acclaimed for its Glastonbury Festival, lit up jubilees, Mulberry satchels and Arthurian Legends. There is more! Substantially more.
Regardless of whether it's your first visit, whether you come back to somerset a seemingly endless amount of time or whether you live here, we are certain there will be astonishments and thoughts on these pages that will prompt some remarkable encounters and enduring recollections.
Somerset is the UK's seventh greatest district and its limits have changed throughout the years. When we discuss it, we incorporate the wonderful City of Bath in the east; our National Park, Exmoor in the west; the memorable town of Crewkerne in the south and Portishead, the northern most point on our drift.
To ease route, we have isolated the province into four – north, west, south and east - on the Explore Somerset pages. These territories don't reflect regulatory regions yet should enable you to design your visit by portraying the diverse character of each and what there is to see and do.
You will be dumbfounded at the assortment of scene, engineering and culture to be found. From seaside bluffs to moorland; from cityscapes to parks and from expressions celebrations to farming shows – Somerset truly has everything.