Had a fun day with kids and the dog. Cafes were nice and dog friendly as were the shops. Cheese and cider shops were my favourite, Toy and sweets shops were the kids!!
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we stopped here on a Saturday. Nice village with plenty to see and do. Jacobs ladder gives you some nice views of the surrounding areas but beware there is 274 steps and a small tower to climb first. there is breaks on the way up...More
During the recent hot spell over the August bank holiday weekend, we visited Somerset, and tried to fit in as much as we could. We drove to Cheddar, and although we didn't have time to check out the actual Gorge and Caves, as it was...More
Loads of shops, cafes, tea rooms, etc. Relaxed stroll through the village, good for spending an hour or two after walking through the gorge and caves.
Packed with other tourists, slightly overpriced items, but no more than expected for the area. Worth a visit if you are in the area.
My wife and I took a lovely walk through the village, everyone so polite and Welcoming. Lot's of different shops and delights on the way.
We took a walk around the four of us for nearly couple of hours. Some decent little shops some of which were surprisingly well priced. The cheese shops etc can get a bit pricey but maybe you get what you pay for? Great scenery as...More
If you love the outdoors then this is great. All day parking is £5 or park for free on gravelled area right in front of the Gorge. This place is great for kids to let off steam. We parked up in 2 different areas to...More
So another day at work. Well, not quiet the norm. One luxury I have as a tour coach driver is the fact we get to visit some truly stunning and picturesque places. Cheddar Gorge takes some beating. My day consisted of a 50ft Irizar coach...More