Accommodation in Southwest England

There is plenty of accommodation in southwest England from luxury hotels overlooking the sea to quiet little B&B's set in your ideal location.

Most good travel agents enjoy finding you that little spot just all for you. Many are on line, but the ones you probably trust are right there where you live - in your town. The best ones of all. They just might be a little bit more expensive, or maybe not, but they are local and are dedicated to their own customers.

You might find a new holiday hideaway!

There is something for everyone, small boutique hotels to the large five star luxury ones. Short breaks, long vacations to touring holidays. Resorts.

All the big online hotel booking sites have all types of accommodation. We have no affiliation with these companies and no recommendations or guarantees. They are mostly pretty good. 

You could try:
Thomas Cook
Flight Centre
and many more

Best be sure and BOOK!!!

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There is plenty of accommodation in southwest England and so much to do!!

Man of War Bay Dorset for Best Accommodation page

Man of War Bay, Dorset
Photograph © Copyright Aaron Stanley.

Wessex is so rich in cities, towns and villages. Heritage abounds everywhere from the Jurassic Coast, Kents Cavern in Torquay that had human habitation thousands of years ago to the more recent Stonehenge! Then on through the ages to Celt, Roman, Saxon and Norman cultures to the modern day.

Up to date cities that throb with life. Great shopping with large stores and those delightful little boutiques sometimes hidden down enchanting little alleyways.

Sandy beaches, pebble beaches, Blue flag beaches, piers. Zoos, Botanical Gardens, the list is endless.

Little villages down mysterious shady lanes that just beg to be explored. Woods and streams. The local pub that may well serve a very pleasant lunch at a sensible price after that hike down fascinating footpaths or that cycle ride through the many cycle ways that adorn Wessex.

Did your family come from the Wessex region years and years ago? Check out where they lived, walk in their footsteps. Check out the local Record Office, you never know what you might find!

There is the Annual Steam Rally at Tarrant Hinton in Dorset. What about a cruise to see the Jurassic Coast from the sea. Or explore that famous Coast from the land side. Fossils abound, but be careful, cliffs crumble.

Explore the longest footpath in Britain, the 600 mile long South Coast footpath from the Jurassic Coast in Dorset along the Devon and Cornwall coasts and back up to Minehead in Somerset. Best done in walk size bits!!

There is a mind boggling number of things to do in Wessex.

Check out the accommodation in south west England, there are so many hotels etc  in the region that would be just right for you. Just where YOU want to be.

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Winchester Record Office

Winchester Record Office.
Just one of the record offices in Wessex
A mine of information for family and local studies historians.
For details of the Record offices in Wessex click the Family History button in the Navigation panel.

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Armada Way, Plymouth

Armada Way, Plymouth
Photograph © N Chadwick

Shopaholics Alert!!
A wide Avenue of shops in the centre of Plymouth

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Cowes Week

Cowes Week
Photograph © Peter Trimming

Sun, sea, shingle and sailing.

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reconstructed  Neolithic granary huthic

A granary hut in the reconstructed Neolithic village at the Stonehenge visitor centre.
Photograph © Alan Hunt

Cley Hill, Somerset

Cley Hill, Wiltshire.
Photograph © Phil Williams.

Said to be on connected ley lines from Glastonbury, Stonehenge and Avebury. Also the hill where UFO's were apparently seen during the sixties.

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