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Your Somerset Stay

Visit Burnham-On-Sea and you’ll want to stay forever. With stunning coastlines and beaches, along with national parks and two Areas of Outstanding Beauty on your doorstep, you’re in for a relaxing yet action packed stay with us. Our on-site car park means you can drive along the rugged coastal roads, or for those who want to fasten those hiking boots and explore on foot, you can come back to the pub after and indulge in a well earned drink next to our roaring fires or out in our pub garden.

Lighthouse on legs

Take a stroll along Burnham-On-Sea’s seafront be sure to look to your right, you’ll spot Burnham-on-Sea’s quirky nine-legged wooden lighthouse. The ‘Low Lighthouse’ lamp was first lit in 1832, but its trusty winking beam remains a life-saving aid to nautical navigators today.

Burnham-On-Sea Pier

Burnham-on-Sea’s Pavilion is the shortest and one of the oldest illuminated seaside piers in the country. It was also one of the first concrete structures of its kind built in Europe and has survived nearly 100 years of Bridgewater Bay high tides (what a trouper). Now home to fun-filled gaming machines and seaside refreshments, well worth a visit – summer or winter.

Burnham and Berrow Golf Club

Berrow and Brean Championship Golf Club is just a mile down the road and the perfect activity for those who want to soak up the fresh air surrounded by beauty. This championship course is ranked as the best course in Somerset and 27th in England.

Wookey Hole and Cheddar Gorge

The famous Wookey Hole Caves are just a 25 minute car ride away and not to be missed. The perfect day out for the family, you can explore the caves and stunning scenery alongside the beautiful Cheddar Gorge in the heart of the Mendip Hills.

Puxton Park

This award winning family fun park has something for everyone no matter the weather, with animals, birds of prey and numerous play areas to keep the little ones amused for hours. Better still it’s just a snappy 15 minute drive away.

Mendip Hills AONB

A great place to visit all year round, with fantastic scenery and interesting villages with boutique shops and plenty of coffee pit-stops For the foodies out there, the dairy and cider barn are an interesting visit.

Bridgewater Bay National Nature Reserve

Buckle up those walking boots (or get on your bike!) and head out to this stunning nature reserve. Full of interesting landscapes such as woodland, marshes and coastal paths, and for the wildlife enthusiasts, spend the afternoon spotting herons and little egrets.

Contact Us

Dunstan House Inn
8/10 Love Lane
Burnham on Sea

01278 784343

Train Highbridge Train Station
Airport Bristol Airport
Car Car Park On-Site