On the edge of the Somerset Levels, Cheddar’s elevation soars 500 feet to the top of Cheddar Gorge. Home to the country’s highest inland cliffs, Cheddar boasts one of Great Britain's most impressive landmarks alongside world-famous produce.
With one of the longest sandy beaches in Europe, landmarks steeped in history and a rich tapestry of family activities, Burnham-on-Sea offers something for everyone. Blossoming during the Victorian era, Burnham continues to offer timeless seaside pleasures.
In the middle of the moors and the heart of some of the country’s best diary pasture, the village or Isle of Wedmore is slightly raised; having been built on stone that was not scoured away by the rivers when the sea water receded. The elevation gives dramatic views of the distinctively lush landscape backed by the Mendip Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
With stunning views of Wales across the Bristol Channel from its modern harbour, you’ll find plenty to do in Portishead: from outdoor swimming by the seafront, to waterside dining at the award-winning marina, coastal walking trails and family attractions.
Nailsea is a friendly town in a beautiful rural location only eight miles from the centre of Bristol.