Self-catering holiday cottages and accommodation in Burnham on Sea
Discover a collection of beautiful holiday cottages near the coast and the seaside town of Burnham on Sea. The long sandy beach is perfect for children to play on and shelves gently into the sea. Have fund and games on the pier.
Burnham-on-Sea is a delightful seaside town in Somerset, located by the mouth of the River Parrett as well as Bridgwater Bay. This friendly and charming resort is perfect for renting self-catering accommodation for if you, your friends and your family want to spend time in a vibrant seaside settlement, and there are lots of cottages in the town that are perfect for residing in, where you can get spectacular views of the sea and beach from your window. Located on the edge of the Somerset Levels and Moors, Burnham-on-Sea is in a wonderful spot for sampling different types of natural areas of Somerset, as the misty moors and wetland area is great for taking hikes and walks through. With the shortest pier in Britain that was built between 1911 and 1914, plus several shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants, Burnham-on-Sea has everything that visitors look for in a quiet but at the same time lively seaside resort, and if you choose self-catering accommodation, you can enjoy your own food but also sample the local places to eat once in a while. Burnham-on-Sea hosts a twice-annual food and drink festival which is free to attend and is a fun event that gathers up the local community. Popping along to the festival if it happens to be on when you are in the area is a must as you can sample both local and international produce.
Burnham-on-Sea is a pleasant place to rent a cottage and whisk your loved ones away to enjoy this fantastic Somerset seaside resort.
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