Spindlewood Lodges are truly in the heart of Somerset and our log cabins are ideally situated for visiting Somerset's main attractions. There are plenty of walks and cycle routes without getting in your car!

  • Roman Baths City Walking Tour

    Submerge yourself in Bath’s rich history and architecture. You’ll meet your guide in the city centre and set off on a two exploration of the Roman baths and historical town centre taking in the hot springs, Georgian architecture and the world-famous Royal crescent.

  • Fenny Castle Vineyard

    Learn about how Fenny Castle grow their grass and create their award winning wines. Stroll through the vineyards, explore the winery, taste the exquisite wines and ciders and relax in the picturesque surroundings.

  • The Fountain Inn, Wells

    Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner at this relaxed, informal restaurant and bar in Wells. A popular venue with locals and Wells Cathedral school staff. Great food, both snacks and main meals.

  • Brean Down coastal walk

    Standing over 92m high and extending 1.5 miles, this magnificent coastline walk is steeped in intriguing historical stories, from Iron Age hill forts to Second World War weapon testing. This dog-friendly, circular walk also has a lovely cafe to kick back and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

  • Bristol

    Bristol is a beautiful city steeped in maritime history. It boasts a wealth of fun and interesting attractions, bars, restaurants, events, museums and galleries. A great day out and something for the whole family.

  • RSPB Ham Wall Wetlands

    Home to water voles, otters, bitterns and kingfishers. From October to January see the huge starling roosts dancing in the sky.

  • Longleat

    The UK’s premier Safari Park. Experience up close the wonders of the African savanna. See lions, tigers, giraffes and zebras and brave the cheeky monkeys on a drive through tour of the world’s most amazing animal species.

  • Glastonbury

    Considered to be the final resting place of King Arthur and home to the world famous Glastonbury music festival, this charming historic town is well known for its New Age culture and relaxed vibes. We recommend visiting Glastonbury Tor – an iconic monument on top of a 158m hills with sensational views of Glastonbury and the surrounding areas.

  • Wells

    With a famous 13th Century cathedral, Wells is the smallest city in England. It boasts many other historic buildings including Bishop’s Palace, Vicars’ Close, St Cuthbert’s Church and a fantastic local museum.

  • Cheddar Gorge and Caves

    Formed under the sea 300 million years ago, Cheddar Gorge and caves are a stunning natural landmark, Cheddar Gorge is a spectacular display of naturally occurring caves and rocky gorges that are waiting to be explored.