Myrtle Farm Holidays campsite and holiday barn are set in a semi-rural location near Banwell and Weston-super-Mare on the edge of the Mendip Hills, in the English county of Somerset. Somerset is well known for its rural landscapes and coastal walks as well as delicious treats such as cream teas, cider and strawberries. Please visit our Banwell and Weston super Mare pages for more details on those areas.
There are many beautiful areas to visit in Somerset, we have listed links to a few of our favourite places to get you started...
A delightful coastal village with sandy beach, boatyard & nature reserve, boasting wonderful walks & breath taking views. There are 2 pubs, a café & Italian Restaurant all serving delicious food & snacks.
Hutton boasts an excellent village pub serving lovely lunches and delicious evening meals and daily specials, booking recommended - The Old Inn 01934 812336.
Worle is a village is attached to Weston-super-Mare. It has a lively high street where you can find lots of shops and businesses including a bank, brilliant hairdressers, excellent barber, opticians, chemist, co-op food store, 3 pubs, fruit & veg, bakeries, proper job store and more. There's a well recommended Chinese restaurant - The Noble House 01934 513861.
Kewstoke & Sandbay
Take the toll road following on from Weston seafront and you will come to the village of Kewstoke, where you can take a walk through the woods, maybe find the woodland play area followed by a coffee & homemade cake, tasty snack or meal at The New Castle
Whilst admiring the fantastic view of Sandbay, a natural dog friendly beach much quieter than Weston where you could just relax or take a walk along Sandpoint.
Winscombe is a quaint little village near Banwell which has a great bakery and some lovely little shops to explore. The Woodborough Inn serves great food all day. Read more about Winscombe
A charming but small medieval town with winding streets, hundreds of years of histories of ordinary lives, St Johns Hunting Lodge has many local artefacts. Read more about Axbridge
Famous for its caves, cheese & strawberries, with its magnificent limestone Gorge, riverside walks, tearooms, restaurants, gift shops and small toy museum. It's a wonderful day out walking up and down the Gorge - highly recommended. Read more about Cheddar
England’s smallest city with its historic centre with some fantastic independent restaurants, a magnificent cathedral and the unique moated Bishops Palace. It's a beautiful city to explore even if it is small. Read more about Wells
A mixture of a small country town & a world renowned pilgrimage place with a 21st century twist! Hosts many cafés serving home cooked food (vegetarians delight), interesting independent shops selling books, charms, furniture, clothes & crystals and don’t forget Glastonbury Abbey & Tor. Read more about Glastonbury
Explore other neighbouring places...
There are many amazing areas to visit just outside of Somerset, we have listed links (open in a new tab/window) to a few of our favourite places to get you started...
Avon: Cabot Circus, The Mall and Bristol
Wiltshire: Longleat and Stonehenge