Top 5 Things to do in Somerset this Spring
Spring is approaching. Not only does that mean brighter days and warmer weather, but it also means that Lakeside Holiday Park is opening for the 2019 season! Spring is the perfect time to head on down to the Somerset coast for a quick weekend away with the family, or indeed a week or two of total relaxation. So if you’re planning on heading out for a springtime adventure, then be sure to check out our guide to the top 5 things to do in Somerset this Spring.
The Wurzels at Cadbury House – 27th April
Somerset’s favourite cider drinkers are making their long-awaited return to the Cadbury House Hotel in Congresbury. With West Country classics including I am a Cider Drinker, The Blackbird, Combine Harvester and Drink Up Thy Zider, Cadbury House Hotel will be jam-packed with singalongs, freshly poured cider and hot food from the hog roast stand. This one is destined to sell out so be sure to book a ticket today!
Wildlife Week At Cheddar Gorge & Caves – 25th May – 2nd June
Wrap up May on the wild side as Cheddar Gorge & Caves bring the best of British wildlife to Somerset for the May half-term.
Cheddar Gorge is the perfect venue for exploring nature and learning all about wildlife. The patchwork of different habitats in the Gorge is home to a wide range of native species, which is one of the reasons the area is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Young adventurers will have have the opportunity to take part in a range of fun activities as well as attend fascinating talks and demonstrations. Visitors will also be able to take a trip to the top of Jacob’s Ladder and the Lookout Tower and explore the cliff walks, offering a new perspective on the animals that call the area home.
Taunton Feel Good Festival 2019 – 11th May – 12 May
Taking place in the tranquil grounds of Woodlands Castle near Taunton, this new event seeks to combine happiness and wellbeing with delicious festival food, live music and entertainment. With a programme full to bursting with talks, workshops and stress-busting outdoor activities across two days, there’s no better way to get away from it all for the weekend and really relax. No matter whether your idea of a relaxing weekend is a quiet pint or G&T with your friends, a meditation session or a massage, the Feel Good Festival has something to cater for you. The festival also offers special games, arts and crafts plus activities for children, making this a wellbeing event for the whole family.
Bath Comedy Festival – 26th March – 14th April
Kick off the spring season with 20 days of side-splitting comedy events in venues across the city of Bath. With venues ranging from just 70 seats to almost 2,000, there’s comedy of all shapes and sizes on offer, from talented new up-starts to the rising stars of tomorrow. Bookings are being taken now, so be sure to peruse lineup listings and book your tickets today to avoid missing out. While you’re in town, be sure to also take advantage of Bath’s fantastic variety of museums and art galleries. The Roman baths are well worth a visit too!
Easter-Egg-Stravaganza at Wookey Hole Caves – 6th April – 28th April
The world famous Wookey Hole Caves are bringing Easter to Somerset in a big way. This Easter Egg-Stravaganza features special Easter-themed fun, games, adventures and treats for the whole family. That’s not to forget all of the other amazing opportunities for fun that Wookey Hole has to offer. From guided tours of the famous caves themselves to mirror mazes, crazy golf and more, Wookey Hole is one of the most popular days out in Somerset.
With a fantastic fleet of self-catering luxury static holiday homes from home, our own carp and course fishing lake and fantastic evening family entertainment, Lakeside Holiday Park has everything you need for a fantastic superb spring break. Located in Burnham-on-Sea near Weston super Mare, we also offer the perfect location for exploring everything Somerset has to offer. To learn more about our special offers or to book your next break, click here to visit the Lakeside Holiday Park website.
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