Some of the best cabins in Somerset, UK are renowned for bringing in tourism across Europe. Somerset is popular for countryside walks, cider filled pubs and freshly produced food.
If that ticks all of your boxes, then Somerset may be the place for you. The best cabins in Somerset range in prices and size. From perfect treehouses that fits two, all the way up to party sized cabins for the whole family.
Somerset hosts some of the best cabins in the UK for those that want to experience the south western countryside.
Let’s dive in to our top 10 best cabins in Somerset!
1. Dimpsey Yonder Shepherd’s Hut
Dimpsey Yonder Shepherd’s Hut is tucked away in the English countryside ready for you to discover. It’s two huts, combined into one, to create a cosey retreat for you and your partner/friend.
The charming design on the interior and exterior is phenominal, and it really feels like you’re living in luxury.
Inside you have a large king sized bed, a huge copper bath that’s as deep as a Hobbit and living space for you to get comfortable in.
In the living room there’s comfortable seating space, a log burner to keep warm and a copy styled shower if the bath isn’t your thing.
On the exterior, you can use the hot tub for relaxing, the seating area for reading a book and even the adjacent tree’s swing for having a laugh.
We rated this one of the best cabins in Somerset due to its character and its nod the local travelling lifestyle. This is a phenomenal retreat and perfect for a couple looking to relax amongst the trees and animals that Somerset has on offer.
2. Cheriton Treehouse
Cheriton Treehouse is one of the best treehouses in the UK, not only because its competitively priced but because it has some incredible interior detailing and space to rest.
It’s more tree mansion than treehouse complete with curved capsules that twine around a mature oak tree amongst the green countryside.
Inside it’s filled with the latest technology, under floor heating, a modern day cooking area and a hand crafted bed for you to relax in. The interior looks as if you’re living inside of a tree made for millionaires, and we love it.
If one viewing deck wasn’t enough this cabin has two, allowing you to consume the natural surroundings while sipping on a local bottle of handmade cider. Just a few feet from this cabin there’s a local pond, attracting birds from across the country.
It’s like no other treehouse we’ve seen. It’s like putting a 5* star hotel up into a tree, and you have 18mile views of Shaftesbury for you to watch the sunset.
This is a premium cabin, and one of the finest ones if you have a furry friend that you want to bring with you.
3. Cheddar Woods Luxury Cabins
Here’s one of the best cabins in Somerset for those of you that want pure luxury. Not only does it feel as if you’re on holiday, these cabins are within a resort, so access to swimming pools, spas and a bunch of staff are at your service, daily.
Cheddar Woods is a place for families to lose themselves. Around the complex theres achery, climbing, and a go active section built for young kids.
The cabins themselves are built with comfortability and family in mind. At the front you are greeted with an open porch to take in your surroundings. Then out the back, another porch with a more private feel and your own hot tub that can fit six.
On the interior everything is spacious, allowing you, your family and pets to fit comfortably without being on top of each other.
There’s a cooking area fit enough for a king, a bunch of sofa, but our favourite part is that there’s lots of windows and barn doors opening out into the exterior. Almost like it’s letting nature slip in organically.
This is one of the best cabins in Somerset if you’re looking to take the whole family.
4. The Bower Treehouse
If you really want to be swaying through the treetops of Somerset, then the Bower Treehouse is one to keep an eye on. It’s a gentle, natural cabin amongst the clouds that have everything a couple could want from a cabin.
Once you climb your way up the stairs to your palace, you will be greeted with a large king sized bad, candles, wooden setting and a wooden stove to keep you warm in the bush, just don’t get too crazy with the fire. Treehouse and fires… don’t go well together.
This treehouse has two cabins, one for sleeping and bathing, the other for lounging. In the lounge it’s open, large and homely, with lots of cushions and space to chill.
The bedroom is by far our favourite, it hosts the comfy bed, your bathroom which has a touch of copper throughout, and then just outside is your outdoor hot tub amongst the branches.
Who knew you could put a hot tub in a tree! There’s also a BBQ and a fire pit outside should you want to watch the sun set and the stars rise.
This is one of the best cabins in Somerset because it’s a one of a kind treehouse. As much as Somerset has plenty of trees, it’s really renowned for the wildlife and countryside, so being high up makes you see every mile possible.
5. Orchard Rooms Treehouse
Treehouses are a huge hit in Somerset, as much as this is called a treehouse, it’s more like a cabin on stilts. Some may say it’s a bit small, but it’s all you need for a weekend retreat away.
This is one of the best cabins in Somerset for two because it’s filled with goodies. For example, on the outside you have a hot tub that overlooks the Mendip hills, a hammock for you to read a book in, and a balcony should you want lunch with a view.
You are also surrounded with grass and wooded areas, so if you have a furry friend, this should be the perfect place for it to let off steam.
The interior has been design with colour and homely feels in mind. A touch of sea blue surrounds the inside, giving it a modern, hip feel. It comes with a large kitchen, much bigger than most cabins, allowing you to easily cook a roast dinner should you want too.
The bed is large and has windows out into the windows, crank it open in the mornings and you’ll be greeted with the noises of nature.
Finally, there’s also a fire pit outside for you to cook on, or toast some marshmallows.
The cabin is situated near a small town, allowing you to walk down the road for a coffee, a bite to eat and to meet the locals for some fresh food.
6. Little Oak
Something to spice up this list, for those of you that want something different is a Yurt! These things are increasing in popularity because they’re easy to construct, and can be moved should it be a seasonal plot of land.
This Yurt is located near the city of Bath, the city the the Cabinspo are living in currently! We may be biased because we live here but we can confirm Bath, is one of the greatest cities in the UK.
It’s renowned for it’s historical architecture, cute pubs, and locally grown food, oh and a huge selection of local ciders.
This Yurt not only hosts up to four people, but it also has a plot of land for you to relax in. It’s so big that you could probably host a game of football on it!
Inside it has a king sized double bed, and two pull out singles should you want to bring the kids or friends.
Next to that is a small dining area and a wood burning stove to keep you warm at night, this stove is great for keeping warm coals in at night that warm the yurt all night long.
This cabin is for those that want the outdoors, there’s a hot tub for the whole family, a firepit for cooking pizzas or meats, a seating area and a small swing for you to relax in.
This is one of the best cabins in Somerset for those looking for private space, perhaps you have lots of pets, or just want to experience the stars at night and sun in the day?
This one is superb, and it really makes you feel like Yurts are a whole new tiny home category that you need to explore.
7. Mendip Molly
Have you ever wanted to live in an old school 1949 bus for a weekend? Well, now you can, this bus is located in the Mendip countryside of the UK, packed with homely feels and land to explore.
The owners have given this cabin a modern twist with a camp-style lounge and handmade fabrics to give it a Somerset touch.
Not only do you get the bus to live in with this cabin, you also get a tent camp lounge next door that opens up to the countryside views so that you can relax and have dinner outdoors.
The bus is divided into three main areas, you have the main living room which feels extremely British, the bedroom at one end that hosts a queen sized bed, and the bathroom at the other end.
This is one of the best cabins for anyone coming from overseas, if you want a taste of Britian, then this is a good one to look at.
On the outside there’s even more things to do, from the gingerbread styled BBQ hut to a Basha tent to relax in. Bath and Bristol are only a short drive from this cabin. Bath has the history, and Bristol has the culture, both are great days out.
8. St. Catherine Tea Pavillion
This cabin is here is up there with some of the best glamping sites in the UK, it has size, it has space and it has style, the three S’s to determine any great cabin.
This cabin is located at the back of a small village, when you drive up the private lane you become more and more secluded, and the forest overtakes the town in a natural way.
When you see this cabin, you’ll realise why it’s one of the best cabins in Somerset.
It’s huge. This thing fits a family of 3 comfortably and the interior comes with lots of space making it the perfect cabin in any season.
There’s. a double bed situated near your wood burning stove, the sofa can be converted into an extra bed and the giant kitchen area situates around the corner, with a full dining table that can seat four.
On the exterior there’s a hot outdoor shower, a BBQ area and a lot of nature for you to explore. At night Somerset is great for looking up at the stars, as the countryside gives out very little light pollution.
It comes at a competitive price too, especially for the amount of space you get with this cabin. It’s great for summer retreats or winter weekends to keep nice and warm while you explore.
9. The Nancy Blackett
The Nancy Blackett cabin is probably the only cabin in Somerset that comes with a small rowing boat.
That’s right this tiny cabin allows for you to hop in a rowing boat and sail through the small lake, which just so happens to attract a lot of wildlife.
This is a very small cabin situated on its own tiny island, it comes with no kitchen, no dining area and no bathroom. It’s a great cabin for relaxing in for a day or two.
In the cute cabin, you’ll find a comfortable bed at the back, a wood burning stove to keep you warm, and a small bench for you to take in the warmth.
On the outside it hosts a small decking area, perfect for having breakfast, or sipping a cuppa while birdwatching.
Taking a few steps away from the cabin you’ll be greeted with a fire pit and a hot tub to rest your muscles in after those long walks.
The firepit is your only source of cooking, so using. it to make your morning brew and bacon butty is perfect for you to fuel up for your day out.
You can also fish on the lake too, so perhaps a fresh fillet of fish is on the menu for lunch?
This. is the best cabin in Somerset for those that want to truly sit still in time. Pull out the fishing rod, get the fire pit on and soak up in the hot tub off the grid, with no view of humans in sight. This is the ultimate retreat.
10. Old Mill Cabin
The walk to this cabin is an adventure in itself. You’ll have to walk over a stream and down a winding path that leads you to your large cabin in the trees.
This tree screams luxury, on both the interior and exterior. At the bottom you have a swinging chair for you to take in your surroundings, once you climb the steps, you’ll see why its in our top 10 best cabins in Somerset list.
It’s located in Norton St Phillip which hosts our founder’s favourite pub in Somerset, The George Inn. It’s built into an old victorian home, and it feels like you’re sipping beer with fellow Hobbits from Lord of the Rings.
This is just a 5 minute walk from your cabin, and worth a visit. We advise trying one of their ciders, and their homemade roast dinners!
Outside there’s a fire pit, hammock, and a bunch of sitting areas for you to have lunch at. The interior is what really makes you go “wow!”.
The owners have certainly gone over he top here, and we can see why. The interior is the complete opposite from the exterior. Inside screams “premium” and it feels as if you’re in a luxury hotel in the middle of a forest.
Everything. is clean, newly built and extremely homely. It comes with a queen sized bed, a kitchen area for you to cook a storm, and a bathroom. The living room is so big, that they’ve even managed to add a 4K TV mounted to the side of the treehouse. Lovely.
And there you have our top 10 best cabins in Somerset, one of the UK’s best countryside counties! Make sure to check out its neighbour, as it has some of the best cabins in Hampshire, its worth a visit!