Self-catering holiday accommodation in Frome, Somerset

1 rental properties match your search for Self-catering cottages and holiday accommodation in Frome Somerset south west England


Westbury, Wiltshire, England
sleeps  24 sleeps 24
8 bedrooms 8 bedrooms
10 bathrooms 10 bathrooms
2 dogs welcome  2 dogs

Stylish roomy holiday farmhouse in Wiltshire with 8 ensuite bedrooms, sleeping up to 18 people (an additional 6 can be accommodated by arrangement), complete with excellent leisure facilities including an outdoor heated swimming pool, sauna and hot tub for a relaxing break, plus a games room and cinema room for fun times.

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TVDishwasherWashing machineMicrowaveGames roomOutdoor Hot TubSaunaHeated poolFree WifiEnclosed GardenParking
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Find self-catering holiday accommodation for your visit to Frome, Somerset, England. Frome is the 4th largest town in Somerset. It has a historic heart, medieval buildings, plenty of individual independent shops and museums, theatre, cinemas and all the entertainment that tourists on holiday desire. There are green parks and open spaces and a soft play centre for younger children. Accommodation shown is within 10 miles of Frome.

Frome is a town in the English county of Somerset located in picturesque scenery on high ground by the Mendip Hills and based around the meandering River Frome. With a rich history with several listed buildings scattered throughout the town, Frome is perfect for a self-catering holiday with friends and family if you are looking for a bustling and charming town full of character and heritage, but also natural beauty as well, where you can soak up the wonderful views of the rural surroundings of Frome.

With boutiques and shops selling all kinds of things, a great range of eateries and friendly pubs, Frome is full of many things to do. Frome Museum should definitely be visited if you and your loved ones have an interest in history because it is home to lots of exhibitions on the local area with collections of artefacts, photographs, tools and maps. For culture, visitors should definitely pop along to the Frome Festival if you happen to be on holiday in the town during July, as this annual 10 day fest has a fantastic varied programme with free events, performances and parades from jazz and folk music to dance workshops and film events held at the two theatres, cinema and arts centre in Frome. An agricultural and cheese show is held on the second Saturday in September.

There are countless other things to see in Frome such as the Grade I listed Blue House, built in 1726 and formally a school and almshouse, as well as the picturesque 17th and 18th century houses that can be found on Catherine Hill and Sheppard’s Barton. If you have an interest in stunning architecture then a stroll down these cobbled streets is a must.

Frome for holiday cottages

Frome is perfect for a self-catering holiday, and there are plenty of cottages available to rent for a break that you will never forget. See holiday cottages in Frome.

Frome is twinned with various other towns including Rabka Zdroj in southern Poland.

A list of self catering cottages in and around Frome