WELCOME TO WINDMILL RETREAT
ENJOY THE WEST COUNTRY, ENJOY SOMERSET…
Imagine waking up in a secluded 5* cottage right in the heart of Somerset’s unspoilt countryside…
choose from five peaceful holiday cottages at Windmill Retreat set in one of the country’s most beautiful settings.
The luxury of Allwynds, complete with its own bubbling hot tub and private balcony, The Millstone with its flickering log burner for cosy evenings, or Levels View with a balcony off the living space so you can step from the sofa to the countryside in a heartbeat. Every cottage has been stylishly furnished, and those little features that make a house a home can be found throughout.
The cottages may be spectacular, but a stay at Windmill Retreat is as much about making the most of the outdoors as it is the indoors. With a setting that’s a walker’s dream, the cottages are just a stroll away from the local nature reserve, the historic ruins of St Michael’s Church and Burrow Mump – the perfect vantage point for photographers.
Whether you visit as a family and enjoy exploring the Somerset Levels with the kids, or finally take that break with friends and enjoy a few days of pure bliss in the countryside, you’ll find time out and true relaxation. For those keen to explore a little further afield, the beautiful city of Wells and the iconic Cheddar Gorge are just a short drive from Windmill Retreat.
STAY IN ONE OF OUR LUXURY HOLIDAY COTTAGES IN SOMERSET
Fancy owning your very own cottage in the Country?
Escape to your surroundings
Start planning your travel with us, there is something for everybody right on our doorstep.
Explore the local area…
(AONB) (14 mi)
The Quantock Hills west of Bridgwater in Somerset, England, consist of heathland, oak woodlands, ancient parklands and agricultural land. They were England’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, designated in 1956.
Glastonbury is a town in southwest England. It’s known for its ancient and medieval sites, many rich in myth. Glastonbury Tor is a tower-topped hill linked to Arthurian legend, overlooking the marshy Somerset Levels. Once said to be King Arthur’s burial place, Glastonbury Abbey is a ruined monastery dating to the 7th century.
The George Inn
(0.5mi – 10 min walk approximately)
Graeme & Candice the friendly owners of The George Inn invite you down to their popular pub for a perfect pint, a great home-made meal and a warming atmosphere. With over 700 different cask ales offered in the last few years The George Inn is a beer festival 365 days a year.
Discover where modern country meets effortless style. Clarks Village is located within the green heart of Somerset; over 90 coveted brands with up to 60% of every day, landscaped gardens, adventure play park for the 2-14-year olds, delicious diversions with restaurants, cafes and grab & go kiosks, and an unbeatable atmosphere.