Minehead Hotels:

Minehead, located in Somerset, is a typical coastal town situated to the west of Somerset. There are many landmarks and sights to see in Minehead, including Butlins Holiday Camp. Visitors will also enjoy visiting the oldest golf club, Minehead and West Somerset Golf Club, which was established in 1882. The are also many options for wind surfing and sailing in the immediate area along with typical beach activities. Shopping options include numerous high street stores as well as locally owned shops. There are also many different accommodation options to choose from in the local area. Book Minehead hotels, Minehead Bed and Breakfasts or other Minehead accommodation below.
Advanced search
World hotels > Europe > United Kingdom > Somerset > 

Minehead hotels

Share
Map all
hotels

Beverleigh
Full colour brochure
Beverleigh
Beacon Road, North Hill, Minehead, TA24 5SE  Show on map
Phone: +44 (0)1643 708450



Prices
  from:(per room per night)

Facilities, pricing
& guestbook
SingleDouble
 £65.00
 
  
Rooms from
£65.00
per room per night
Dragon House Hotel
Full colour brochure
Dragon House Hotel
Bilbrook, Minehead, TA24 6HQ  Show on map
Score 8.6 from 58 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1984 640215


Prices
  from:(per room per night)

Facilities and pricing
SingleDouble
£50.00£50.00
 
  
Rooms from
£50.00
per room per night
Marston Lodge Hotel
Full colour brochure
Marston Lodge Hotel
St Michaels Road, Minehead, TA24 5JP  Show on map
Score 8.7 from 62 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1643 702510


Prices
  from:(per room per night)

Facilities and pricing
SingleDouble
£75.00£75.00
 
4 Stars 
Rooms from
£75.00
per room per night
The Langbury
Full colour brochure
The Langbury
Blue Anchor Bay, Minehead, TA24 6LB  Show on map
Score 9.7 from 85 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1643 821375


Prices
  from:(per room per night)

Facilities and pricing
SingleDouble
£52.00£52.00
 
  
Rooms from
£52.00
per room per night

The English town of Minehead is located within the Somerset County. The town of Minehead is also a civil parish and a popular coastal area. The town of Minehead has a population of about ten thousand. The parish of Minehead also includes Alcombe and this area has a population of three thousand and this has now been absorbed by the town. During 1991 the town of Minehead twinned with the French area of Saint Berthevin and this area is a small town.

The town of Minehead has a very long history as a busy port and the current harbour incorporates the pier that dates back to 1616. The main trades within the town at one time were butter, fish, cattle, sheep, coal and also wool. All of the primary trades are commemorated within the coat of arms for the town and the coat of arms also include a sailing ship and a woolpack. During 1791 there was some major rebuilding work carried out within the town and this was following the fire. During the Victorian times the town grew as a major tourism location.

The area that is known as North Hill overlooks the town of Minehead. The town is close to the national park of Exmoor. The town has been a major tourist resort since 1850 and nowadays about sixty per cent of the local workforce is employed within the tourism sector. During 1990 a lot of the beach within the town was washed awash during a major storm and this caused flooding within the town.

We hope you enjoy your stay in one of our cheap Minehead hotels, mid range or luxury Minehead hotels.

Copyright © 1995 to 2014 Minehead Hotels - Minehead Guest Houses - Smooth Hound Systems