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Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bristol

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  • I have visited several times & the natural beauty on display here is just amazing, if your up for a Hike up through Cheddar Gorge then its totally worth while, but dont pay silly money to climb up Jac...  more »
  • The caves are interesting but the highlight was the open top bus tour. Very informative guide and although only lasted 15 minutes or so, the drive through the gorge is just incredible. Highly recommen...  more »
  • As Bristolians, my partner and I visit Cheddar several time a year. Yesterday, sadly it was looking very scruffy. Cox's Mill Hotel is a central eye-sore with its broken or boarded up windows and the e...  more »
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  • Beautiful. Timeless and mythical. The town's and villages are now past their best, to be honest..they're either plundered by the unending march of today's traffic routes or are so choc full of cafes and sweet shops it's hard to see the historic charm. But the hills, and the views...that's why you go there.
  • The area is lovely and there is lots to do but, you have to pay for nearly everything just to enter a cave you need to pay which me and my wife found frustrating so if you want to go in everything for a family of four it'll cost you about £100 including the parking which is £5 for the day. Or you can do what we did and just drive up between the cliffs and park up there somewhere and have good old walk about and wear the kids out. Dogs are welcome in some caves but not all.
  • Get away from the popular tourist shops and find great walks with stunning views of the gorge and the low lying surrounds.
  • Beautiful place to go for endless walks with the dogs! I couldn't get GPS or data out there. So atleast have an idea of where you're going!
  • Those places are like magnes. Once you visit you want come here often amazing!!