Did you know…Cheddar Gorge is a Site of Special Scientific Interest?

Cheddar is one of those villages that you’ll have heard of even if you haven’t been lucky enough to visit yet. With the jaw-dropping Cheddar Gorge to its name and the beautiful Mendip Hills nearby, the village is home to some of the most dramatic scenery in the country. Thousands make their way to the gorge every year to walk, climb and just gaze up at the highest inland limestone cliffs in Britain.

The Cheddar Gorge Cheese Co.

The Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company produces the only real Cheddar to be made...well in Cheddar, so if you visit the village then it’s only right that you at least pop in while you’re there. The whole cheese making process takes around 8 hours, and you can watch every stage in action during your visit and see just how much skill...

The Strawberry Line

The Strawberry Line Heritage Trail covers eight traffic-free miles of North Somerset, connecting the Mendip Hills to the Levels. The Strawberry Line was once part of the Great Western Railway and it was named after the famous strawberries that were transported on its trains from – yes you guessed it – Cheddar. The line was closed in 1965 and now...
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