Step into country life in style with a stay at Strawberryfield Park - home to timber eco lodges designed for modern living. Each contemporary lodge is brand new and has been designed by an architect to offer sustainable living - and trust us when we say their views are incredible...
This is a collection of lodges that's all about showcasing a stunning location from inside and outside of the properties, so whether you're snuggled up inside or living the dream in the hot tub, the backdrop will be views that stretch for miles.
Each lodge is built from solid timber for a classic appearance, and with floor to ceiling windows and two parking spaces each it’s easy to make the most of their rural location. In fact, Strawberryfield Park is so close to Cheddar Gorge that you can almost see it, and with the Mendip Hills nearby cyclists, walkers and those who love to explore the countryside will be in their element.
There’s only one way the views can look any better at Strawberryfield Park, and that’s when you sit and take them in from your own private hot tub - perfectly positioned for you to lie back and admire the beautiful setting. It’s not every day you get to take some blissfully bubbly time out surrounded by rolling green fields and the countryside that we all love Somerset for, and as every lodge at Strawberryfield has its own secluded hot tub taking time out has never been so indulgent.
They’ve thought of everything at Strawberryfield Park, and there’s even an onsite cider and ale barn so you can sample the taste of the county whenever you fancy some refreshment. Tables are available to reserve in advance, so if you fancy unwinding over a pint of something local on the first night of your stay call ahead and make a booking. After all, you haven’t really tasted cider until you’ve tasted it in Somerset…
The lovely thing about Strawberryfield Park is that it sits surrounding by 14 acres of beautiful Somerset countryside. Within easy reach of Cheddar, it’s the perfect base for those of you keen to walk Cheddar Gorge and take in the views, or to head underground and explore the history of the caves. You’ll also find the village of Glastonbury a short drive away, and if you fancy a walk with a difference we’d recommend packing up a picnic and walking to Glastonbury Tor. Strawberryfield Park’s a popular retreat for the work-weary and the frazzled, and you’ll feel a world away from the hustle and bustle of home.