The Area Surrounding The Hideaway Glamping site in Somerset
Being situated in Somerset, close to the Devon and Dorset borders, Yeabridge Farm is a great spot from which to explore the West Country. The Royal Oak in Over Stratton is a short walk for that special meal or snack whilst relaxing in the beer garden.
In the beautiful nearby village of Norton-Sub-Hamdon at the foot of Ham Hill we have a lovely local pub that always has great food and a must for anyone that wants some live music.
The market town of Ilminster is a 10-minute drive away and has a diverse range of independent shops. More locally is the village of South Petherton with a charming village centre including a small supermarket, a wine merchant, delicatessen, butchers, fish mongers and other interesting shops.
The Jurassic coast is 30 mins drive visit the beaches of Seaton, Charmouth, Bere, Lyme Regis. Search for fossils.
The Donkey Sanctuary at Sidmouth, free entry.
Beaches on the north coast Minehead and Butlins, Brean with its Leisure Park, Burnham on Sea and Weston Super Mare.
Mystical Glastonbury and its Abbey.
Wide open spaces of Exmoor, The Quantocks.
The Fleet Air Arm Museum Yeovilton, see / sit in Concorde.
Haynes Motor Museum at Sparkford.
The Caves at Cheddar and Wookey Hole.
The national trust houses of Montacute and Barrington Court and Forde Abbey.
Visit Perrys Cider Mill and see how award winning Somerset cider is made. Sample the different flavours. (Free entry).
Axe Valley Wildlife Park in Axminster - 30 mins drive. Well worth a visit.
Cycle Routes/ Footpaths
Very near to Yeabridge is the National Cycle network Route 3 of NCN the West Country Way. The countryside around is ideal for discovering by bicycle. There are a number of walks around Ilminster and in the local area are The Liberty trail, The Parratt trail and Leyland trail.