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  • Hotel YHA Cheddar Cheddar

    Nestled in the Mendips with Cheddar Gorge just a few minutes' walk away, this large Victorian house and accompanying annexe is the perfect short break destination for families, individuals and groups. If you're flying to or from Bristol Airport, YHA Cheddar makes for a great stopover as it is only 15 minutes' drive away. The Youth Hostel makes a great base for an exciting activity break and activities for all abilities are provided by our partners Mendip Outdoor Pursuits. If high octane activities and adventures aren't your thing, you can take it easier with some wonderful local walks and cycle routes. Free WiFi is available in communal areas for guests! more

  • Hotel The Bath Arms Cheddar

    Situated in the village of Cheddar on the edge of the Mendip Hills, The Bath Arms offers bed and breakfast rooms and a beer garden. This village hotel places guests within easy reach of Cheddar Gorge and Gough’s Cave. Twin and double rooms are available, each one featuring an en-suite bathroom and amenities such as Freeview TV, a hairdryer and tea/coffee maker. Rooms also offer blackout drapes and complimentary toiletries. Amenities at the Bath Arms include complimentary Wi-Fi and free guest parking. Express check-in and check-out options, laundry and ironing services, luggage storage and concierge services are also available. Breakfast and a pub-style menu are available on-site. Plus, guests can enjoy a drink in the wood-panelled bar. The hotel lies within ten miles of Wookey Hole Caves and the Bishop’s Palace and Gardens, 13 miles from the Somerset Visitor Centre and a 30-minute drive from Weston-super-Mare. more

  • Hotel The Swan Cheddar

    The Swan is bustling village pub with 7 en-suite bedrooms and an outstanding kitchen. The hotel is open all day for a quick drink, a snack or a delicious meal. You can sit in the bar beside a wood-burner, watch the world go by at tables out front, dine in the restaurant or alfresco on the terrace – or just enjoy the peace of the garden. The Swan has been completely refurbished with a sympathetic modernisation of the building and restoration of much of the original eighteenth & nineteenth century architecture. Opening as a Beer House in the early 1700s, the property was subsequently enlarged to become ‘The Swan Hotel’ from the mid 1800s with rooms, stables and coaching yard. After many years in the hands of indifferent pub companies, The Swan is now firmly back in business! more

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