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Cheddar Gorge: Chalk and Cheese

A cottage in Cheddar Gorge

Mention ‘Cheddar’ and almost immediately, you’d think cheese. While Cheddar Gorge is indeed the birthplace of the famous sandwich accompaniment, the area is also known for its abundance of rock formations and stalactite caverns (it’s Britain’s largest gorge). Those looking for a bit of English heritage can find plenty of tea and cheese shops, while those looking for a dramatic scenery can appreciate its serenity from the saddle of a bike. If you fancy a stroll, take on a walking trail that takes you to the top of the gorge, where you’ll get spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. Adventure enthusiasts will be able to treat themselves to a variety of rock climbing and caving expeditions available on site.

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