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Very clean and tidy the hosts were very friendly and helpful . Good location breakfast was excellent good choice
1 Oct-2 Oct
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and were made to feel very welcome as a family. There were so many little touches that helped to make our stay special, not least the extent to which our dog was welcomed and looked after. The accommodation was attractively presented and very comfortable. Breakfast ...
17 Sep-18 Sep
What a great time we had, last minute booking, perfect accommodation, the cottage was perfect. Local area brilliant for walks, central to the whole of Exmoor. Communications with the hotel were very very good, we were very well taken care of. Breakfast was very satisfying and set us up for the day, ...
This is a newly renovated property. Our room was spacious and well equipped. . The owners have put a lot of care into making their guests welcome and comfortable.
20 Sep-21 Sep
Good size room and well appointed. This is our second visit and we would definitely return again.
19 Sep-20 Sep
lots of little extra touches,like a flask of cold milk,large mugs and extra tolitres. Fluffy towels and good quality bedding,
Cleanliness could be better, Hosts were very helpful and friendly
17 Sep-18 Sep
A fantastic breakfast with a helpful and friendly host
Superb large room with good chairs and comfortable beds. Owners very pleasant breakfast good.
24 Sep-25 Sep
Very nice location,very clean ,Steve and Stella are a lovely couple,They make you very welcome,We will love to come back.We had no negative issues with our stay.
19 Sep-20 Sep
Fantastic quiet location, just a couple of miles to the sea at Porlock Weir and yet hemmed in by coastal hills. Hosts are very welcoming and informative about local area - and you must ask to see the owls before you go! Even better, stay for one of the bir experiences (unfortunately we did not have ...
17 Sep-18 Sep
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Somerset's coastal town of Minehead is nestled between the sea and the mighty Exmoor National Park. It's characterised by its long, sweeping beach, historic little harbourfront and the old fishing quarter. It doesn't matter whether you're looking for outdoor adventures, a romantic break with your partner or a fun-filled family getaway, Minehead has got it all covered. One day you could be basking on the beach, the next hiking up through the craggy moorland in the national park. You could potter around in the quaint centre, diving in and out of independent shops, or dine out at one of the seafood restaurants. Even in the winter you'll find things to do, like ambling around the historical monuments, taking bracing walks along the coast or warming up by the fire in one of the old pubs.
If you're looking for an intimate retreat to get away for a few days, why not try a bed and breakfast in Minehead? Most of these traditional properties have been welcoming guests for decades and have refined the art of homely hospitality. The best place to start looking for your accommodation is Expedia, which lists every property, along with detailed descriptions and photos, to help you make the best choice for you. All you need to do is search by budget and location, scroll through the listings and book in just a few clicks. Arranging your holiday just got a whole lot simpler. Some are housed in the little rows of Victorian terraces and have been run by the same family for more than a generation. Then there are the boutique bed and breakfasts in Minehead, with their seaside-inspired decor and views out over the ocean, or the country cottages that lie just outside the town, in the heart of the national park.
Guestrooms at Minehead bed and breakfasts come in all shapes and sizes, but they'll likely come equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay, like a TV on the wall, so you don't have to miss out on your favourite series, complimentary WiFi and an ensuite bathroom. If you have specific needs, for example, if you're bringing the car or the kids, you won't have any trouble finding a B&B with free parking spots or family-sized rooms. When you're looking through the listings on Expedia, keep an eye out for guestrooms with views over the sea or properties that are within walking distance of the beach. What makes the difference at a B&B are those personal little touches – perhaps a variety of teas and coffees, or some locally made treats waiting for you in the room when you arrive. After a comfortable night's sleep, you can enjoy a proper start to the day with a full English breakfast, or a veggie option, if you prefer. If you're looking for a completely different type of stay, why not try a few nights in nearby Bristol, instead?
If you're looking for a traditional seaside break without the gawdy tackiness of amusement arcades and funfairs, you've come to the right place. Most families who come to stay in Minehead bed and breakfasts make a dash for the sand to stake out their spot, then spend the day strolling between their beach towel and the cool sea. When the midday sun cools in the afternoon, you could go rock pooling or draw lines in the sand for a competitive game of volleyball. If you're looking for something a little more active, fear not. There's a ton of water sports to get involved in, like sea kayaking or kite surfing. Then there's the vast network of hiking and mountain biking trails that twist and turn around nearby Exmoor and the Quantock Hills. Alternatively, you could pack up a picnic and head for beautiful Blenheim Gardens where, if you're lucky, you'll find live music being played from the bandstand. For a blast from the past, try boarding the West Somerset Railway to ride on the restored locomotives, many of which have been plying the tracks since the 19th century.