Unspoilt natural beauty abounds

Somerset holidays and campsites in Somerset

They might be the first things that spring to mind for most of us, but cider and cheddar cheese are only the very first taste of Somerset. Golden beaches, dramatic rocky landscapes and heathery moors abound here. Holidays in Somerset mean days devoted to ravishing countryside and a striking coastline. There are an incredible 72 nature reserves. And two of the country's largest areas of natural beauty – the Mendips and the Quantocks – are right next to our holiday parks in Somerset.

Parks in the region

Our parks in Somerset

Burnham-on-Sea is a classic bucket-and-spade seaside resort - and Burnham-on-Sea Holiday Village shares the seafront with this charming town. There's everything on your doorstep including the arcades and pavilion. Doniford Bay is set a little back from the action, among green lawns and pretty hedgerows. There are beautiful beaches and rolling countryside to explore.

Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset

Burnham-on-Sea

With two tranquil fishing lakes and mature landscaping, there's a relaxed atmosphere at this green and spacious park set on the edge of the seaside town of Burnham-on-Sea. With an outdoor pool, sports courts, a full range of facilities, and a superb camping area, Burnham-on-Sea offers plenty of fun for all families on our Somerset park.

  • A traditional English seaside resort
  • Our park shares the seafront with the charming town of Burnham-on-Sea
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Watchet, Somerset

Doniford Bay

Close by the sea above a rockpool bay with pockets of shingle and sand, Doniford Bay is a surprisingly green and open park. Great sea views to the front, magnificent Exmoor National Park behind. Pretty wild flower meadows surround the park - ideal for families who love the active outdoor life.

  • There’s a lovely village-like feel to our park
  • We've recently given our outdoor pool a fab facelift

Touring and camping in Somerset

Pitch, park and relax

If you’d like to bring your own tent or tourer to Somerset, we’d love to welcome you to Burnham-on-Sea. We have great facilities and different pitch types to choose from. And you’ll be able to join in with all the usual Haven fun with your free Fun Pass included in your booking.

Your own Somerset holiday home

Static caravans for sale

If you fancy making sumptuous Somerset your second home, come and join us. Our two parks are both right on the coast, overlooking the Bristol Channel. Both have static caravans for sale in Somerset – Burnham-on-Sea in a classic bucket-and-spade town, while Doniford Bay is set back among green lawns and pretty hedgerows. They offer all your favourite Haven facilities, activities and entertainment as well as exclusive Owners' Lounges and events.

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Explore Somerset

Places to visit

High angle shot of Cheddar Gorge

Cheddar Gorge

Ferris wheel at Weston-super-Mare

Weston-super-Mare

Longleat stately home and grounds

Longleat house & grounds

Inside Wookey Hole limestone caverns

Wookey Hole Caves

Steam train on West Somerset Railway line

West Somerset Railway

A horse grazing in the field of Exmoor National Park

Exmoor National Park

High angle shot of Dunster Castle

Dunster Castle

Boats on Porlock Weir in Somerset

Porlock Weir

Entrance to Forde Abbey in Somerset

Forde Abbey

Somerset – laidback and lovely

Explore the area

Wookey Hole, Somerset
If you like your scenery more dramatic, take a trip to Cheddar Gorge. 450-foot limestone cliffs loom over you as you arrive – followed by a downward turn to see the stunning stalactite caverns, a world-famous centre for caving and rock climbing. More gentle pleasures can be found in the seaside towns of Burnham-on-Sea, Brean and Minehead. Sandy beaches and crashing waves make them the perfect destination for surfers, while the distinctively stony Kilve Beach is riddled with rock pools for little ones to explore. Or take a day trip to Bath to ramble through its museums and historic sites or discover its links with Jane Austen. Make the pilgrimage to Wells or Glastonbury (or both!) for cathedrals and Somerset souvenirs. Places to visit in Somerset