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Tor Farm Lodge is a charming cottage located 3.5 miles from Cheddar Gorge. Set on a country lane, it has a garden, terrace, hot tub and access to seasonal outdoor pool. It's a really lovely place to stay. Our second time there, its so peaceful and the lodges are in such great condition. With large hedges and fencing, it really feels like its just you on the farm.
Set in Cheddar, The Annex Apartment offers accommodations with a patio and free WiFi. Located 0.6 mi from Cheddar Gorge Craft Village, the property features a garden and free private parking. Great location and really well equipped! Second time staying here - first time in The Mendip which is also fabulous and second time in The Annex - both apartments are spotless with private outside area which is great for dogs - my bulldogs loved it!
Strawberry Cottage is located in Cheddar, 1640 feet from Cheddar Gorge Craft Village and 0.7 mi from Cheddar Gorge Caves, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. Great location. Strawberry Cottage was perfect for our break away in Cheddar. The house had lots of charm, was cosy at night.
Set in Cheddar in the Somerset region, with Cheddar Gorge Craft Village and Cheddar Gorge Caves nearby, New 2019 riverside static caravan offers accommodations with free private parking. The caravan was immaculate, and comfortable and had everything one would need to cater for a self catering stay although we ate out in the area every day. Fantastic power shower.
There are a range of walks around Cheddar, of varying distances and difficulties. The majority of the walks take you through the beautiful countryside surrounding the village, from the River Yeo to the Gorge itself. Navigating around the village and on walks was relatively straightforward. There is a good variety of shops to visit including well known chains and independents. Cheddar is in a good location to be able to explore the other attractions North Somerset has to offer.
The gorge was a real highlight, although quite strenuous to walk around so make sure you wear comfortable shoes / clothing! Getting around was quite easy and there are many places to get something to eat. It is quite a touristy area so if you're not a fan of big crowds then I would recommend going on a week day.
The Bath Arms a The Riverside are good places to eat and The Cider Barn is an experience with great pizzas, Cheddar Gorge Craft Village is very pretty worth a visit as are Glastonbury and Wells, plenty of places to visit if you have the time, ideal for dog owners as so many places to walk if you’re fit and able , we didn’t visit Cheddar Gorge Caves as we’d been there before ( probably not open due to the COVID restrictions)
It is very beautiful and the walk up the Jacobs Ladder and to the top was exhilarating if hard work. It was very touristy though with lots of tourist shops. Also cars and motorcycles race up the road That goes through the Gorge which makes it noisy.
Cheddar gets really crowded especially by road, so we enjoyed walking in the Mendips and particularly the Gorge. Plenty of eateries for anytime of day. We are quite piccy as veggie/vegan so had a curry at Rasoi on the one night we ate there although there are plenty more options for up until about 5pm. The Gorge was closed so loads more to do when it re-opens.
The caves were closed due to Covid so I can comment on the main attraction. The shops were on the nicer side of what you would expect for a tourist location. Walking around the gorge was great, you can use the steps but there is a less obvious, free way up and down.
It's a really lovely place to stay. Our second time there, its so peaceful and the lodges are in such great condition. With large hedges and fencing, it really feels like its just you on the farm.
Highly recommended room 8, couldn't want for a better room. Breakfast is one of the best I've ever eaten
Came back to stay again, says it all really.