Welcome to the Cossington Park Spring Newsletter.
There are many signs of spring here in Somerset where the climate is more temperate and the days longer than the UK average; how welcome after all the challenges of the last 12 months.
During the national lock-downs, Cossington Park hosted essential ‘key workers’ and opened our extensive gardens to local people under social distancing supervision.
From 12 April, we look forward to welcoming our usual guests – families and friends celebrating in the warm embrace of our special family home. We look forward to hosting you again.
“Thank you – we had a great stay in the cottage.”
“Great accommodation very well presented and equipped. We had a lovely stay.”
Mike (key worker) – December 2020
Spring Breaks – April, May and June
We are now taking bookings from April onwards.
Due to the lockdown restrictions, From 12th April, we can welcome guests from the same household; then on 17th May, we can welcome guests from two households or household bubbles or up to 6 guests from separate households .At the time of writing, our current availability for April, May and June is:
1st – 13th April
18th – 22nd April
26th – 30th April
1st – 5th May
10th – 12th May
13th – 15th May (Cottage only)
16th – 24th May
14th – 16th June
20th – 24th June
29th – 2nd July (Cottage only)
“Stunning, Stunning place”
“A gorgeous period property stacked with character. Open fires, a walled garden and characterful rooms abound. Will definitely stop here again”.
Richie (key worker) – January 2021
Limited July Availability
We have already had a lot on enquiries about stays in the coming months and July is booking up fast. At the time of writing, our current availability is below. Book now to avoid disappointment.
Cossington Park House
4th – 8th
19th – 22nd
Cossington Park Cottage
29th June – 2nd July
“Very nice place clean, tidy and modern and they really couldn’t do enough for us, thanks guys. Would definitely recommend a stay here. Get booking, people”.
Aaron (key worker) – December 2020
St Audries Bay
Guest Welcome Support, Shazeah, recommends St Audries Bay Beach as a place to visit. The beach is quiet and perfect for a chilled get away with the family. She includes some of her family photographs there:
Cossington Park Handyman, Chris, his wife Deb who helps with housekeeping, and their daughter Jess who supports with IT, recommend Apex Park as a place to visit when you stay at Cossington Park.
Apex Park is a great place to walk dogs whilst walking through a stunning nature reserve and eventually leads to Burnham sea front. It is a lovely alternative to a sandy beach walk, with plenty of parking and benches to sit on and is generally fairly flat for those with mobility issues.