We have made several visits to Cheddar gorge and it never fails to amaze us. Of course we have to take some Cheddar cheese back home with us, the chutney is delicious too
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Driving down into the gorge we were astounded by the truly breath taking gorge. The road curves around, with super views around every bend. Mother Nature impresses. The village depresses. £5 to park is a scandal. You can park all day, and you can change...More
Drove through Cheddar Gorge en route from Bristol to Cornwall. Enjoyed the drive so much, we did a u-turn at the Craft Village and drove it again the other way. Then we came back again for a short stop. The main parking is for all...More
The small picturesque village lost between Mendip hills with tiny streets. There are a lot of pubs, cafes, cheddar cheese and cider shops, caves and walk route up to the hills.
Lovely little village. Parking is a little expensive, as it's one price for the entire day. If you're staying a while I think will be More worthwhile. Didn't venture into the caves as the prices are very off putting.
Go somewhere else than cheddar gorge. It's a gorge with a stream. Loaded with touristy food stalls. Expensive to park and boring. I was so disappointed.
I love cheddar gorge, driving through the gorge is an amazing experience worth a look. Especially if your in the area, also lovely little gift shops, a lovely day out.
Once you manage to find a park - this is a nice spot to wander around and sample cheese and cider. The gorge is really striking for a drive, and the whole place is pretty and quaint.