Cheddar Woods is a luxury holiday park is closer to the Mendip Hills and is a short drive from the Bridgwater Bay National Nature Reserve. The site offers a range of family facilities and function spaces, as well as free Wi-Fi across the park.
This is a five-star holiday park by Darwin Escapes, a leading holiday park operator. The holiday park is open for 11 months of the year, allowing for Christmas and New Year breaks. The extensive park is close to views across the famous Cheddar Gorge and Reservoir, as well as plenty of local attractions and walks.
Why Buy at Cheddar Woods?
Darwin Escapes offers leading holiday home service to holidaymakers travelling from across the UK. Cheddar Woods Resort boasts a full restaurant and bar, as well as indoor swimming pool facilities and the well known spa. Families can also relax in a full al fresco drinking area, and younger holidaymakers have access to outdoor play equipment. There are also gaming facilities available for all to enjoy, including a bowling alley and pool table fun.
The sites expansive park grounds and neighbourhood offer quiet holidays away for couples and families. The park offers local views across waterways and countryside alike. It is also easy for visitors to head out and take scenic walks in the nearby area without having to travel too far. It is close to a variety of towns, countryside spots and family attractions which may appeal to visitors throughout the year.
The park also offers an activity club and programme, allowing visitors of all ages to take part in a variety of exciting and novel activities.
Cheddar Woods Location
Cheddar Woods Resort is located close to the Gorge and Reservoir, offering unique views across the Somerset greenery and waterways. Visitors will also be able to look out at Wookey Hole, taking easy walks out of the main gates on various nature trails and routes.
For family visitors, the park is close to popular attractions in Brean Theme Park, as well as the South West Karting Centre. Holidaymakers who prefer to explore local history and heritage will only be a few minutes away from Dunster Castle and its Gardens, as well as the Bishop’s Palace in the nearby region.
The park is also close to the historic town of Glastonbury, which is popular for its yearly music festival. However, there are quieter escapes and days out close by, both via the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and the Bridgewater Bay Reserve.
The park itself bases close to the A371, easy to access at the South Western edge of the Mendip Hills. Visitors will find the park heading up through Cheddar on the A371, turning left onto Axbridge Road. Nearby motorway services and roads will also link via the M5 and M32, heading towards Bristol and Bath for history city and town breaks.