The Mount Somerset ​

Spa facilities

  • Sauna
  • Steam Room
  • Hydrotherapy Pool
  • Experience Showers

At a glance

  • Romantic

    Adult Only

    Offering luxurious escapism in the countryside, the Elan Spa at The Mount Somerset is an adult only experience for those aged 16 and over.

  • Restaurant


    The hotel restaurant, The Somerset Dining Room, holds three AA Rosettes

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    Hestercombe Gardens, Barrington Court, The West Somerset Steam Railway and Dunster Castle are amongst the nearby attractions.

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The whole experience is worth the visit, and if it’s a special occasion make sure you upgrade to a Garden Deluxe Room for your own private hot tub.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    Looking out onto the Somerset landscape, it’s an ideal place to head out walking or cycling.


The Mount Somerset, Lower Henlade, Somerset,

Spa & Leisure

Spanning two floors and only for those over the age of 16, The Spa at Mount Somerset is an extremely luxurious, boutique experience. There is a fitness suite, hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room, foot spas, and a ‘kubel-dusche’ (elevated bucket of ice water in case you didn’t know). In the summer months there is also a spa garden and an outdoor lounge space where you can enjoy a drink.

The spa has three, beautifully adorned, treatment rooms where therapists are very proud to be working with ESPA. Creators of the world’s finest spas, ESPA has pioneered the science of natural beauty in a potent collection of radically effective formulations. Using only the very purest extracts, ESPA biochemists distil active ingredients into products that keep their promises. For instant, lasting results, every day. We suggest you take advantage of those before settling into the relaxation room.

Hotel & Accommodation

A Regency country house hotel with four red stars that’s cradled between the Quantock and Blackdown Hills, The Mount Somerset Hotel is warm and inviting with all the modern trimmings whilst still remaining true to its heritage. Historic features are peppered throughout in the form of high ceilings, large windows and a sweeping staircase.

Food is a very special experience here, with classic favourites and imaginative new dishes all stemming from the abundant local produce available in the South West. Combined with a well stocked wine cellar and a couple of awards thrown in for good measure, it’s a winning combination!