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Cheddar Bridge Touring Park has easy access to the village of Cheddar and all the amenities it offers, including a Leisure Centre.

The stunning Cheddar Gorge and its caves are also just a short walk from the park.
If you enjoy a river setting then the River Yeo passes through the caravan site and you are welcome to pitch your tent by the riverbank.

The site is part of a Roman, Anglo-Saxon and Norman Ancient Monument. Cheddar Bridge is a high quality central touring base for Wells, Bath, Bristol, Weston-Super-Mare, Wookey Hole, and Glastonbury, Street, Somerset Levels and villages.

Cheddar Bridge can also offer static caravan hire which are all fully fitted and come complete with bedding.

Riveside caravans have private gardens with decking that overlook the River Yeo. ‘Sorry No Pets are Allowed in these units’.

Garden Caravans have a fully enclose area with picnic tables and well behaved dogs are more than welcome in these with a max of 2 per unit. ‘Dogs are not to go on the furniture please’.

Cheddar Bridge has a minimum night stay of Three nights in all the caravans and a maximum of 4 people per unit.

Please visit the website for prices and availability for these.


The Annex Apartment:
This has a fully fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, a comfortable lounge with wall-mounted flat screen television (this area can also be used as a double bedroom as the sofa converts to a bed). A spacious hall leads to the double bedroom with en-suite bathroom. Both roomshave vaulted ceilings that give a feeling of space and light

The Medip Apartment:
This has a Mediterranean feel, terracotta floor tiles throughout the apartment and a neutral colour scheme. The spacious lounge has a vaulted ceiling and access to the private garden via a patio door. There is a double bedroom, well-appointed en suite bathroom, fitted kitchen and breakfast bar and flat screen television. Apartments are available from 2.00pm on the day of arrival; please vacate by 11.00 am on the day of departure.

Please view the website for availability and pricing for these.

Places to visit in the area:

Cheddar Caves and Gorge
Mendip Hills
Somerset Museums
Somerset Tourism
Wells Cathedral
Wookey Hole

Leave the M5 at Junction 22 onto A371 towards Wells. Follow signs for Cheddar (12 m). Continue to follow signs for Cheddar Village (do not turn left for the Gorge). Pass though the village with the Stone Cross on your left, pass the church (road bends left). Cheddar Bridge Caravan and Camping Park is immediately on the right. Entrance to the park is over an ancient stone bridge. This was the original ancient entrance bridge for all visitors to Cheddar.

No arrivals after 10pm please.




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