We're a Self Catering Log Cabin Accommodation site in the Heart of Somerset
Tel: (01749) 890367

About Spindlewood Lodges

Spindlewood Lodges are ideally situated for visiting many of Somerset's main attractions. Wells, the smallest city in England is just 10 minutes away by car. As well as being famous for the imposing cathedral and Bishops Palace, it is also where the film "Hot Fuzz" was filmed, along with many period dramas, including most recently, some scenes for Poldark. There are many other places to visit nearby. Glastonbury, Cheddar Gorge and Longleat are all popular attractions for our visitors and Bath & Bristol also offer great days out for our log cabin holiday guests.

Your log cabin holiday accommodation is a traditional Scandinavian log cabin, which is warm and comfortably furnished making it a joy to be in either during the summer or winter months. The self-catering accommodation is fully equipped with everything you require for your self-catering log cabin holiday. Each holiday lodge has a sheltered veranda as well as its own picnic area complete with table.

The grounds of the holiday lodges also offer children a large and safe area in which they can play ball games etc., whilst parents can relax on the veranda of the lodges, maybe with a glass of wine!

Local pubs and restaurants are all within easy range of the holiday lodges, offering a diverse range of foods to suit every budget and type of visitor looking for the perfect self-catering holiday in Somerset.

Many visitors staying at our log cabins are also lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the wildlife which surrounds the holiday lodges. Badgers, deer, owls, kestrels, buzzards and woodpeckers are often seen by visitors during their stay.

Please Note: We do not accept pets of any type or size at the lodges.

Testimonials

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Had a lovely week in the lodge - kids loved playing out in the grass - found a cricket and frog whilst out exploring and loved the nightly walks around the field - couldn't resist "borrowing" the odd apple! So much to see and so many places to visit!
Moir family, Scotland
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