Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park
In a woodland grove beside a lake on the edge of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Somerset is the multi-award-winning Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park. The resort’s wooden lodges with double beds, comfortable lounges with TVs, bathrooms with showers, and outdoor decking areas are found on the tranquil edge of the neighbouring pine forest.
Bath Chew Valley Caravan Park shares Chew Valley with a charming village which is within walking distance and home to shops and a traditional local pub that serves food. Many more great pubs of which lie within ten minutes travelling distance. Venture into the Mendips for idyllic landscapes of rolling hills and steep limestone gorges dotted with time-forgotten villages and prehistoric monuments.
The elegant Georgian boulevards of Bath, the medieval lanes of Wells and the bustling city streets of Bristol are all also within easy traveling distance.
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Deep gorges and rocky outcrops decorate the wooded and grassland slopes of the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With the spectacular natural wonder Cheddar Gorge and numerous pre-historic monuments and ancient stone circles, these scenic hills are a first-rate destination for anyone who loves exploring nature.
Towering above the medieval lanes of England’s smallest city are the ornate towers, spires and statues of is magnificent Cathedral, which has been described as "unquestionably one of the most beautiful" in England. The Bishop’s Palace, surrounded by a moat and guarded by stone walls, is another of Wells’s fantastic historic attractions.
The healing spring waters of Bath have been drawing visitors since long before the Romans first built the bathhouses over them that have lent the town its name. Over the centuries, Bath’s buildings have been decorated with the wealth those visitors brought with them, and today its streets glisten with unrivalled Georgian elegance.
The ‘capital of the southwest’ is a bustling cultural hub with world-class street art adoring its walls and live music echoing along its cobbled streets. Major local attractions include the Avon Gorge spanning Clifton Suspension Bridge, the Victorian steam liner SS Great Britain, and the hilltop Cabot’s Tower and its surrounding landscaped park.
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At the southern foot of the Mendip Hills is the original source of the world’s most popular cheese. Cheddar has been produced in the village that gives the cheese its name since at least the 11th century. Visit, and you can sample authentic cheddar and the area’s other famous local produce, scrumpy.
This system of show caves with their underground river, vast caverns, stalactites and stalagmites is a great family attraction that also includes a dinosaur valley, a small museum about the cave and cave diving, a theatre with circus shows, a house of mirrors and penny arcades.
Once you are over the moat a through the gatehouse you’ll get your first clear view of Bishop’s Palace. Once the private residence of the bishops of Wells, this medieval palace is now welcomes the public to come and experience it splendour. Highlights include the chapel and the gardens.