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Lodges with Hot Tubs in Cheddar Gorge

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One of the most stunning areas of natural beauty in the UK and England’s largest gorge, Cheddar Gorge is home to a number of caves and cliff walks. Situated in the Mendip Hills in Somerset, it is an ideal location for a getaway in a lodge with a hot tub.

Best time to visit

If you hope to make most of the walking routes and other outdoor activities in the area then the warmer and drier summer months are the best time to visit. However, if you fancy heading out of season, the gorge can offer some dramatic and moody views.

Where to stay?

Whether you’re booking that perfect couple’s retreat, a group holiday to remember, or your next big family adventure, there are some really great lodges (with hot tubs) you can book up and enjoy during your stay. Here are some of the best we have found along with distances from Cheddar Gorge.

Cheddar Woods Resort and Spa
Somerset » Cheddar
1 mile away
Sleeps 6
Pet Friendly
Hot Tub
With stunning views across the countryside, and set in an Area of Outstanding Beauty, Cheddar Woods Resort and Spa offer beautifully furnished lodges and a host of activities to suit all ages. The park nestles on the slopes of the Mendip Hills, close to Wells, Weston-Super-Mare. An ideal location for exploring Cheddar Gorge.

Bucklegrove Holiday Park
Somerset » Cheddar
3 miles away
Sleeps 6
Pet Friendly
Hot Tub
At the cusp of coast and countryside, the Bucklegrove Holiday Park offers comfortable home living in the heart of rural Wessex. Perfectly positioned close to an array of nearby activities, this park is the ideal place to retreat from your daily life and explore all that Wessex has to offer. With an indoor heated swimming pool.

Little Moorland Farm Lodges
Somerset » Chapel Allerton
4 miles away
Sleeps 6
Pet Friendly
Hot Tub
Beautifully located amidst the glorious rolling Somerset countryside, Little Moorland Farm Lodges have been sympathetically designed with you in mind to create an indulgent home-from-home, complete with traditional wood burning stove for those cosy nights in. Close to Cheddar Gorge.

Mendip View at Wookey Hole
Somerset » Wookey Hole, Wells
5 miles away
Sleeps 6
Pet Friendly
Hot Tub
Mendip View at Wookey Hole is part of our Bouja Luxury Caravan Breaks Collection.Experience a unique opportunity to combine comfortable living with all the delights of one of the world’s most famous attractions right on your doorstep.

Rookery Manor Lodges
Somerset » Edingworth
6 miles away
Sleeps 4
Pet Friendly
Hot Tub
Rookery Manor Lodges are set within the 28 acres of the Rookery Manor 4-star hotel in Somerset. Offering a small selection of dog-friendly lodges, this is a lovely destination for your Cheddar Gorge holiday.

Golden Sands Brean
Somerset » Brean Sands
10 miles away
Sleeps 8
No Pets
Hot Tub
Rookery Manor Lodges are set within the 28 acres of the Rookery Manor 4-star hotel in Somerset. Offering a small selection of dog-friendly lodges, this is a lovely destination for your next UK holiday.

Midsomer Lodges
Somerset » Midsomer House, East Compton
11 miles away
Sleeps 6
Pet Friendly
Hot Tub
Midsomer Lodges is a collection of luxury lodges in East Compton with stunning views across the Glastonbury countryside. There is a great selection of modern and well-equipped lodges which all sleep 4 or 6 guests including one dog-friendly lodge. Midsomer Lodges are perfect for small families, couples and group of friends.

Windmill Retreat
Somerset » Glastonbury
14 miles away
Sleeps 8
Pet Friendly
Hot Tub
Windmill Retreat is a collection of spectacularly designed, contemporary and luxury cottages in Glastonbury, Somerset. The bonus of Windmill Retreat is the on-site state of the art boutique spa allowing guests to enjoy the ultimate retreat in the countryside. The cottages are perfect for relaxing and romantic retreats or holidays for families or group of friends.

New Oaks Farm Lodges
Somerset » West Lydford, Nr Glastonbury
15 miles away
Sleeps 4
No Pets
Hot Tub
Set in beautiful countryside on a working farm in Somerset, these modern lodges are just a 20 minute drive from Glastonbury with the stunning Mendip Hills within easy reach. There are many historic places to visit - Glastonbury Tor, the city of Wells and the stalactite caverns of Cheddar Gorge - plus a wealth of pretty walking routes and local pubs close by.

Larkrise Farm Lodges
South West Of England » Somerset
16 miles away
Sleeps 8
No Pets
Hot Tub
Set on a small working farm in Somerset, the Larkrise Farm Lodges offers guests a peaceful location for their next holiday in the UK. This small lodge park has modern and contemporary lodges overlooking the surrounding countryside. Staying at Larkrise Farm Lodges provides a great base for exploring the Gorge and surrounding area of Somerset.

Caves, Cheese and Hot Tubs – Our Cheddar Lodge Holiday Guide

Some quick tips and advice to get more out of your break in this fantastic part of the UK.

A dog-friendly Cheddar Gorge

There are plenty of options for a dog friendly trip to Cheddar Gorge. Whether you fancy heading to Cheddar Gorge and Caves to try the cliff walk or caving, or head to the museum of Prehistory, dogs are welcome.

You can also explore Jacobs Ladder and lookout tower. Refuel after a long day at the Gardener’s Arms in the village of Cheddar where your pooch will be well looked after.

There are also a range of pet-friendly accommodation options in the area, including Mendip View at Wookey Hole and Cheddar Woods Resort and Spa.

Cheddar Gorge for Couples

The dramatic backdrop of Cheddar Gorge is ideal for a couples retreat to remember.

Be transported into another world while discovering the Cheddar Gorge Caves or indulge while sampling cheese from the Cheddar Cheese Co. with a glass of wine.

Or for an extra special activity book a hot air balloon ride. Mendip View at Wookey Hole is the perfect option for accommodation as their lodges with hot tubs sit on a tranquil and secluded site, only 20 minutes from Cheddar Gorge.

Top 5 places to visit on your holiday

1. Cheddar Gorge and Caves

There is a full days’ worth of things to do at Cheddar Gorge and Caves. See caves that began forming over half a million years ago and experience nearly otherworldly features. Then tackle the 3 mile cliff top walk for some of the best views in the UK.

2. Cheddar Village

The village of Cheddar is nestled into the dramatic landscapes that surround it. Stroll down the streets of quaint houses and explore the independent shops and cafés it has to offer.

3. Jacob’s Ladder

Situated on the Cheddar Gorge and Caves site the 274 steps of Jacobs Ladder takes the views of the cliff walk to another level. If you fancy going even further, then climb to the top of the lookout tower.

4. The Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company

Visit the birthplace of the iconic Cheddar cheese. Visit their shop and buy some cheese to take back as souvenirs, or to have with a glass of wine in the hot tub! Try some cheese thats, you know, actually made in Cheddar.

5. Wookey Hole Caves

If you can’t get enough of caves after experiencing the ones at Cheddar Gorge, then head to Wookey Hole for more. Learn about the legend of the witch said to once inhabit the caves here.

Cheddar Gorge FAQs

Here are a few quick questions that will help you get more from your lodge break in the Gorge!

Do I need to like the outdoors to enjoy my stay?

No. If you’d rather do something other than the outdoors during your stay then look at the amazing Cheddar Woods Resort and Spa for your lodge with a hot tub holiday. With plenty to do on-site you won’t be bored.

Are the caves suitable for children of all ages?

Cheddar Gorge Caves and Wookey Hole Caves are accessible for children who can manage steps and steep inclines, but unfortunately not prams. If you are looking for more extreme caving, caveclimbs.com offer day caving expeditions for the more intrepid in your group.

What essentials do I need to pack?

If you’re planning on heading to the Cheddar Gorge and Caves site sensible footwear and waterproofs are a must. Don’t forget swimwear for the hot tub and a camera to capture the outstanding beauty of Cheddar Gorge.

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