Somerset Accommodation

Somerset Accommodation Directory

Somerset Beaches - Sea Fishing - Lakes - Watersports - Tides


Explore the Severn Sea...
Enjoy a pleasure cruise on the Bristol Channel aboard the paddle steamer "Waverley" or the motor cruiser "Balmoral": news, timetables, booking and chartering details can be found on the website.
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wimbleball lake

South West Water Reservoirs & Lakes
Exciting watersports for all. Learn to sail, windsurf, kayak or hire
a rowing boat at the popular Somerset watersports centre,
take a hike around Wimbleball Lake or come fishing.
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Minehead Beach

The Good Beach Guide
Check out all Somerset's beaches before you book a place to stay. Stretching from Porlock Wier unique shingle ridge, Minehead, Burnham on Sea, Brean and acres of Sand at Weston Super Mare.
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Somerset Beaches, Cruises, Tides, Fishing Holidays, Fishing Boat Hire, Lakes.

The Bristol Packet Cruise, North Somerset Website
Blagdon Lake, Mendips Website
Warrens Fishing Holiday's, North Somerset Website
Avalon Fisheries in Somerset, Somerset Levels Website
Portishead Charters, Sea Fishing from Bristol docks Website
Seafire Fishing, Watchet harbour, West Somerset Website
Sea fishing vessel, Scooby Doo Too, Watchet, West Somerset Website
BBC Tide Timetable, Severn Estuary, Somerset Coast Website

Somerset beaches
such as Minehead, Dunster, Burnham and Weston are ideal for a family holiday, others offer vast spaces to enjoy a seaside walk, sea fishing, fossil hunting or motorsport activity. Relax in a deck chair amid acres of sand and watch the kids enjoy a donkey ride on Weston-Super-Mare beach.
Berrow is the long stretch of coastal sand running from Burnham-on-Sea to Brean, suitable for sea fishing when the tide is right. Burnham-on-Sea has miles of sand, a pier, various shops and cafes. Brean has tidal mud flats and sand, parking on the beach and is popular for various beach sports activities.

East Quantoxhead and Kilve have a constantly changing sand and rock beach with interesting rock formations, ideal for fossil hunting. Doniford has rock pools, sand, mud and quickly rising tides.
At Blue Anchor Bay you can fish and watch a West Somerset steam train chug by. Enjoy a picnic, park the car, rent a beach hut or walk the dog on Dunster beach.
Watchet has a vast history and towering cliffs while nearby Minehead has an excellent sandy beach, a promenade and is a perfect coastal resort for all the family.
Walk round the wide expanse of Porlock Bay on the unique shingle ridge, behind is a salt marsh alive with birdlife. Porlock Bay is surrounded by the stunning scenery of Exmoor National Park. At Porlock Weir take a dip over pebbles, rest with a drink by the little harbour before exploring the awesome hogs back cliffs, which start here and stretch West into Devon. The best way to view is by pleasure boat from Minehead harbour, gently cruise along the scenic West Somerset coast or walk the outstandingly beautiful coastal path to County Gate.
All Somerset beaches have passed the water quality test, cleaned and changed by the Severn Sea and all enjoy far reaching views over the Bristol Channel to Wales.

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