FANCY a night in a wombat’s burrow in Somerset?

A quirky B&B is opening for Brits who have accidentally dug themselves into a travel hole over the summer.

People who confess to their silliest holiday blunders could be in with a chance of getting to stay at this cosy crib.

The ‘B&Burrow’, designed to resemble a wombat's warren, is nestled among the ancient woodlands of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The subterranean hideaway features snug tunnel-style living chambers, with design imagery showing a crawl-through kids' entrance and bathroom with plush fluffy dressing gowns.

It was created by Compare the Market to celebrate its characters, including mishap-prone Carl the Wombat, after research found 46 per cent of adults have made an accidental travel mistake - from booking tickets on the wrong date, to missing flights.

The poll of 2,000 adults found 33 per cent have got on public transport going in the wrong direction and six per cent have even turned up at the airport on the wrong date, while 26 per cent missed a turning while driving.

Ursula Gibbs, director at the price comparison website, said: “If you've had what we've affectionately coined a 'wombat moment' - our B&Burrow is a unique retreat to soothe hapless holidaymakers who’ve accidentally made a mishap while travelling.

“Despite his best intentions, our character Carl the Wombat sometimes doesn’t get it quite right.

“Our research shows a lot of us can relate on some level, from accidentally getting on the wrong bus to forgetting our passports for an international flight.

"At the end of the day, life is about learning from our mishaps and making great decisions for ourselves.”

When it comes to travel blunders, the research found 47 per cent of those who have made a mishap found themselves out of pocket as a result.

On average, this costs consumers £143 each time, although some unlucky travellers had to stump up £1,000 or more.

The burrow also features a distinctive cube-shaped loo, as a nod to wombats which produce square-shaped poo, while a luxury hot top can be found near the entrance, with plenty of places to bask in the sun.

Visitors will also be greeted with a welcome drink upon arrival and a grazing tasting board with treats.

For your chance of a three-night stay for up to six in the ‘B&Burrow’ visit and submit details of an ‘innocent travel mishap’ before midnight on August 27.