Rent a Holiday Caravan in Somerset and Become a Grockle

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“Ooh, Arr- are you a Grockle? “. You will be if you rent a holiday caravan in Somerset. In this part of the UK, a GROCKLE is a holidaymaker or someone from out of town.

The West Country lingo is still popular among television programme and film writers. It actually became more famous after The Wurzels produced their chart-topper, Combine Harvester song.

Dialect aside, Somerset is a county steeped in history and culture. It’s perhaps best known for its carnivals, festivals and attractions. Whether you have a particular purpose in mind, such as a visit to Glastonbury music festival, or rock climbing or fishing there are just so many things to choose from.

If you rent a holiday caravan in Somerset, it provides affordable accommodation for exploring the entire region at your leisure. You can book directly with caravan owners on Rent My Caravan.

Free Days Out in Somerset

A holiday in the region need not break the bank. There are many attractions and activities that you can visit and participate in that are virtually free of charge.

  • Discover the inspiring landscape as seen by the author, RD Blackmore and poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Visit the stunning Cheddar Gorge where you can view the stalactite caverns and the dramatic cliffs that rise up 450 feet.
  • Exmoor National Park offers undisturbed tranquillity at its sheltered bays, plunging cliffs and heather-clad moorlands.
  • Somerset has a multitude of centuries-old, fascinating churches to explore
  • Clarkes Outlet shopping village – although we cannot guarantee you won’t spend anything here!

Wells Cathedral

Currently trending at Number One on a favourite holiday review site, is Wells Cathedral. A must visit if you are in Somerset for a holiday or short break.

This earliest English Cathedral, a significant landmark, was erected between the 12th and 15th centuries and has been built in the Gothic style. It possesses one of the largest collections of stained glass windows in the country. The 14th century Jesse Window, which was saved from destruction during the English Civil War, is really something to see.

Free, daily tours escort visitors around the spectacular building, but you are allowed to wander alone at your leisure. There are services held daily that you can take part in. If you’re lucky, you may hear the Wells Cathedral Choir during Evensong or a lunchtime concert.

Rent a holiday caravan in Somerset

Searching static caravans to rent for a Somerset Caravan Holiday is an easy process when you book directly with the owners on the Rent My Caravan website. Don’t delay as they are being booked quite quickly for the 2016 holiday season.