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The South Somerset district covers a wide area that stretches between Devon, Wiltshire, and Dorset. This stunning scenery provides the perfect location for an unforgettable family glamping holiday!

Spend your family holiday glamping!

Within the beautiful Somerset Levels lies Glastonbury Collection. The South Somerset location is surrounded by incredible views of Somerset Levels and beyond. Surrounded by woodland and farmland, it truly makes for the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Glastonbury Collection lies at the end of a single track called Wood Drove and offers a wide selection of walks for those keen on outdoor activities.

The charming Wambrook Farm, based around a listed farmhouse, can be found in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It’s just 30 minutes from the beach at Lyme Regis, known to the locals as ‘the pearl of Dorset’. Wambrook is a sustainable mixed organic farm with sheep, a pedigree herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle, wheat and barley crops. Sedum matting for environmentally friendly roofs is also grown here, and has been for the past 15 years.

In beautiful Somerset, nestled between a Norman church and the River Brue, you will find the Coach House Collection location. Spread across 70 acres of forest and pastures, this sheep farm provides a stunning glamping experience. The Brue and Alham Rivers meet close by the house. The single log cabin is located in a very pretty field with views towards the hills where you may spy some deer grazing. In nearby Taunton you will find Trull Waterfall, a stunning attraction, rich in ancient folk tales that are sure to entertain the history buffs in your life!

Make the most of your luxury camping trip to South Somerset

South Somerset is bursting with places of interest to explore at your leisure! Plan a visit to the Palladian mansion of Stourhead with its beautiful landscaped garden. The Tudor mansion set in colourful gardens that is Barrington Court, Cadbury Castle, formerly known as Camalet due to its links with King Arthur's legendary court at Camelot. Mulchelney Abbey, the English Heritage property in the village of Muchelney is also well worth a visit.

Head out to Axe Valley Wildlife Park to see a variety of exotic animals from around the world! For those who enjoy scenic walks, Yeovil Country Park is highly recommended has a varied landscape and lots of footpaths, it even boasts a dog-friendly cafe. The large country park of Ninesprings with its scenic footpaths is also worth the trip!