Muddy says: Make like a kid in a candy store – literally – in this luxury 17th century thatched holiday cottage with outdoor hot tub
Muddy says: A luxury shepherd’s hut with log-fired hot tub in the village of Haselbury Plucknett, inspired by a 1940s land girl's love story
Muddy says: Luxury eco lodges with hot tubs, close to the Cheddar Gorge, one of the UK's most spectacular landscapes – shall I stop there? Wait, there's more...
Muddy says: Not just cottages but beautiful converted barns, shepherd's huts, Scandi lodges and more to rent for your hols, throughout the glorious county of Somerset
Muddy says: Wisteria-clad stone cottage outside; luxe mid-century modern inside with wood-burner, monsoon shower, vinyl collection... yes please!
Muddy says: Vast luxury barn with indoor pool, cinema room, squashy sofas and roaring fires on the edge of Somerset's beautiful Blackdown Hills
Muddy says: Architect-designed luxury barn, filled with light and artworks – and the iconic Glastonbury Tor as a backdrop
Muddy says: The best way to discover a city is to live like a local; a local living in a gorgeous luxury house or apartment slap bang in the middle of the coolest part of town, that is.
Muddy says: Yurts, tipis, wigwams, lodges, tents and shepherd's huts ... take your pick at this friendly family-run glamping site in the beautiful Quantock Hills
Muddy says: Nature lovers: come chill in a luxury safari lodge, deckhouse cabin or cottage (with your own hot tub) on a Somerset farm between Exmoor and The Quantocks
Muddy says: Commune with nature but still enjoy all the luxury of a boutique stay in this traditional Shepherd's Hut in the glorious Somerset countryside
Muddy says: A gorgeous Arts and Crafts house in Castle Cary is transformed into a little corner of the eastern Mediterranean – and it's a boutique B&B, too.
Muddy says – Victorian Methodist chapel turned chic and luxurious country bolthole in the glorious north Somerset Chew Valley
The Gardener’s Cottage is a lovely property built in 1711 with extensive views over the walled garden – blooming with produce, espaliered fruit trees and flowers – of Newton House, a Jacobean manor house with orchard and parkland.