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Strawberry Line

High Street, Cheddar, England
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Lovely peaceful place for a cuppa

They have done a wonderful job here. Perfect place to stop off on a Sunday whilst walking the old... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Ian A
Yatton station to Cheddar by mountain bike

I parked up at Yatton railway station and visited the historic Strawberry Line Cafe which is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Mike-From-8000-Miles
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Portishead, United Kingdom
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“cycle route” (6 reviews)
“strawberry wine” (27 reviews)
“off road” (4 reviews)
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High Street, Cheddar, England
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"nice walk"
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"yatton"
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Reviewed yesterday

They have done a wonderful job here. Perfect place to stop off on a Sunday whilst walking the old trackbed.

Thank Ian A
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I parked up at Yatton railway station and visited the historic Strawberry Line Cafe which is lovely. The nice staff there gave me a free cycling map of the route. I then got on my mountain bike and took off South down the track. The...More

Thank Mike-From-8000-Miles
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Those TA reviews which referred to the diversion can now be discounted as the work has now finished. Hurrah! Lovely food and drink at the Thatchers Cider place (Railway Inn) at Sandford.

Thank PitneyClaret
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Reviewed February 6, 2018

Whilst staying in Wells we decided to walk some of the Strawberry Line having read reviews on Tripadvisor. We caught a bus to Winscombe, 'picked up' the Strawberry Line there, walked to Axbridge (diversions are easy to follow), where we stopped for refreshments. We carried...More

Thank Jackie B
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Reviewed November 22, 2017

I have walked sections of the strawberry line on a number of occasions. My favourite walk is from Yatton to Axbridge. Lovely walk, mostly on the flat. You do have to cross a main road to get to Axbridge, but well worth it, Axbridge has...More

Thank lesleys768
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Reviewed August 20, 2017

Have done this a few times from Axbridge to Yatton and apart from a small section in Sandford it is all off road (plus a road to cross at congresbury - which has traffic lights). Plenty of places to stop along the way and enjoy...More

2  Thank castironjaffacake
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Reviewed August 12, 2017

I've done this cycle route many times in the past and have always really enjoyed it. However, yesterday I took some friends along having recommended it as a pleasant easy route with no hills.Not at the moment!! The diversion between Axbridge and Winscombe is a)...More

Thank Harry O
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Reviewed July 22, 2017

Not an easy route at the moment due to works diverting the route. But still some very nice views of the countryside & meeting people along the way. Have done bits of it before the current diversions much nicer.

Thank AxbridgeClaret
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Reviewed July 16, 2017

Tried to cycle the Strawberry Line today but in addition to the simple well signed diversion between Cheddar and Axebridge there is a major diversion for water works by Bristol Water between Axebridge and Winscombe. This uses a rough footpath up to Winsome Hill. It...More

1  Thank Steve M
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Reviewed July 13, 2017 via mobile

Went for a walk along the Strawberry Line today from Cheddar to Axbridge. Part of it was closed but the diversion was well sign posted and easy to follow. It is a bit odd that there are some benches along the route which just point...More

Thank NessieNoo
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TheRobynSmith
August 8, 2017|
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Response from Terence K | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Yes, there are no cows or sheep roving around - all behind fences. You are perfectly safe.
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Emma G
May 6, 2017|
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Response from k r | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the old station of Sandford and Banwell is just of the A368 at Sandford, it is only open on weekends and Bank Holidays. It is well worth a visit, and also a walk along the old railway line. The Railway Inn at... More
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Molliejefferies
December 28, 2016|
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Response from 320TimL | Reviewed this property |
While there are sections of the route open in Wells it currently does not connect through to Cheddar and Yatton. You can join a small part of it at Haybridge.
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