Welcome to Burnham on Sea

Burnham on Sea is a town almost on the dead centre of the coast of Somerset, and close to the mouth of the River Parrett. Burnham, along with many other seaside resorts in the UK, took form in the Victorian era, and many of its buildings date back to the 1800s. Today, it’s a thriving coastal settlement with a popular theatre, several green spaces, and a bi-annual food festival.

Somerset - the jewel of the south

Though Somerset has a far-reaching reputation as a rural beauty spot of the UK, nothing compares to your first real experience of the county. Famous throughout Europe for the Glastonbury Festival, Mulberry handbags, illuminated carnivals, its ties to the legend of King Arthur, and of course its beautiful sandy beaches, Somerset offers a huge, eclectic range of things to see and do.

Take a refreshing trip to the Mendip Hills

The Mendip Hills, an Area of outstanding Natural Beauty, is one of England’s more unique open spaces. The limestone Hills themselves, scattered with the glistening lakes of the Chew Valley, melds into a wild expanse of landscape full of sheer slopes and gorges, punctuated by dozens of ancient monuments. With all this natural beauty in one area, the Mendip Hills are the perfect place to refresh yourself and reconnect with nature.

Planning a trip to Burnham on Sea? Travelodge Weston-Super-Mare Hotel is less than half an hour away by car, and Travelodge Glastonbury Hotel can be reached in 40 minutes.