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Cheddar Parish

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This is a general listing capturing general feedback on the public areas of Cheddar village and gorge from our visitors, managed by the Parish Council.
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The Cliffs | Cheddar Gorge, Cheddar BS27 3QA, England
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Reviewed 20 September 2018

The Gorge is so dramatic but can be really congested at weekends and holiday times, you will see it better if you can go during quieter times.

Thank denerik2015
Reviewed 4 September 2018 via mobile

Nice little village, though really nothing special. Some nive little shops and plenty of restsursnts.

Thank Pat D
Reviewed 27 August 2018

After a trip through the Gorge, you come to Cheddar parish. It's more of a tourist destination than a village but it is very quaint with plenty of shops and places to eat.

Thank Matt J
Reviewed 5 August 2018

Cheddar is a lovely place with nice little shops and ice cream and the scenery is breathtaking.Until you need the loo.The public toilets at cheddar are the worst toilets I have ever had to use.Considering the visitors that stop and spend money there, you could...More

Thank jayneturner61
The C, Clerk to Cheddar Parish Council at Cheddar Parish, responded to this reviewResponded 6 August 2018

Dear Jayne We are aware of the state of the public toilets in Cheddar. They are not under the control of Cheddar Parish Council unfortunately but rather Sedgemoor District Council. We have made the district council aware of the complaints that we receive and it...More

Reviewed 4 August 2018 via mobile

We had a wander around Cheddar village earlier today parking in the car park on the outskirts(which is very reasonably priced and blue badge holders park free). My wife and I enjoyed Cheddar but thought it looked a tad run down and considering we visited...More

Thank shane s
Reviewed 4 July 2018

Beautiful area with lots for the kids (Big kids too) always took our kids camping here, fresh air is really good

Thank jwgarry
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

Spent a day in Cheddar Gorge. Dogs very welcome everywhere which was lovely. Walked up the gorge via Jacobs ladder first, very very steep, uphill for about 40 minutes. Worth it though, the view from the top is stunning. Came back down through the gorge...More

Thank Helen G
Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile

A real lively and fun village with lots going on and to see. Loved the shops and the scenery. We noted lots of young ppl making it feel quite trendy. We will be back

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Reviewed 29 June 2018 via mobile

The small village of Cheddar in Somerset is dwarfed by the surrounding rock walls of the Cheddar Gorge. The small and very quaint town has tourist shops, pubs, cafes, cave adventures for sale and several boutique shops. Even if you are not there to climb...More

Thank FrequentFlier756853
Reviewed 27 June 2018

Excellent 3 mile, slightly less than 2 hour walk, start Jacob Ladder and go all the way round, at the end of the first part cross the road and do the second part you will see very impressive views of the Gorge by doing the...More

Thank Julie B
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Charli Louise G
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Response from Helen G | Reviewed this property |
Definitely no push chairs. It’s really steep for a long time. Pretty much 45 minutes totally uphill. Carrying the baby ok if you’re fit and strong. It will be hard but the view is worth it. We didn’t go all the way round... More
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RoyC1893
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Response from pjt47 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, didn't notice but the large council car park is bound to have disabled spaces.
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