Bucklegrove Holiday Park in Cheddar

Welcome to Bucklegrove Holiday Park in Cheddar, Somerset offering a choice of 12 caravans. On this page you can find information on Bucklegrove Holiday Park including Bucklegrove Holiday Park photo galleries, reviews, availability and booking information. If you like what you see, you can book your stay at Bucklegrove Holiday Park online securely. Bucklegrove Holiday Park is a great choice if you're looking for a holiday in Cheddar or Somerset.

Nestled on the slopes of the wonderful Mendip hills and offering magnificent views over the rolling Somerset countryside, this is the perfect place for families or couples looking for a rural escape.

A fantastic choice of caravans and contemporary lodges.

  • Outdoor hot tub (in Lodge 1 and 2, Luxury 3, Luxury 2 Plus and Standard 2 Spa only)
  • Flat screen TV with Freeview
  • Wi-Fi
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Bath and/or shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Towels (except Standard caravans)
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Patio/verandah with garden furniture
  • Double glazed and centrally heated
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Babies must be included in party total
  • Travel cots and highchairs £10 each per week or short break
  • Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
  • Pets £49 per week or per short break each (max 2) (in Standard 1, Standard 2, Standard 2 Spa, Superior 3, Superior 2 (Pet) and Luxury 2 Plus (Pet) only)
  • All non smoking accommodation

All guests to Bucklegrove Holiday Park have access to the following facilities and amenities:

  • Indoor Heated Pool
  • Shop Supermarket
  • Kids Play Area
  • Non Smoking
  • Wi Fi
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Kid's Play Area

Accommodation at Bucklegrove Holiday Park

Standard 1 (Caravan)

Standard 1

Caravan with one double. Shower. Patio.

  • Sleeps 2

Superior 1 (Caravan)

Superior 1

Quality caravan with one king size double. Shower. Patio. No pets.

  • Sleeps 2

Superior 2 (Caravan)

Superior 2

Spacious and modern caravan with one double and one twin. Shower. Patio. No pets.

  • Sleeps 4

Superior 3 (Caravan)

Superior 3

Spacious and modern caravan with one double and two twin. Shower. Additional WC.

  • Sleeps 6

Luxury 2 Plus (Caravan)

Luxury 2 Plus

New in 2017. Luxurious and spacious caravan with one double with ensuite WC and one twin. Shower. Verandah with outdoor hot tub. No pets.

  • Sleeps 4

Luxury 3 (Caravan)

Luxury 3

New in 2017. Luxurious and contemporary caravan with one double with ensuite WC and two twin. Shower. Verandah with outdoor hot tub. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6

Lodge 1 (Lodge)

Lodge 1

Modern and well equipped lodge. One double with ensuite shower, one twin and one with bunks. Bathroom with spa bath. Spacious open plan living area. Dishwasher and washing machine. Verandah with outdoor hot tub and countryside views. Early 3. 00pm check in. Complimentary welcome pack. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6

Lodge 2 (Lodge)

Lodge 2

Luxurious and well equipped lodge. One double with ensuite shower and two twin. Bath with overhead shower. Spacious open plan living area. Dishwasher. Verandah with outdoor hot tub and countryside views. Early 3. 00pm check in. Complimentary welcome pack. No pets.

  • Sleeps 6

Luxury 2 (Caravan)

Luxury 2

New in 2017. Luxurious and spacious caravan with one double with ensuite WC and one twin. Shower. Verandah. No pets.

  • Sleeps 4

Superior 2 (Pet) (Caravan)

Superior 2 (Pet)

Spacious and modern caravan with one double and one twin. Shower. Patio.

  • Sleeps 4

Luxury 2 Plus (Pet) (Caravan)

Luxury 2 Plus (Pet)

New in 2017. Luxurious and spacious 12ft-wide caravan with one double with ensuite WC and one twin. Shower. Verandah with outdoor hot tub.

  • Sleeps 4

Standard 2 (Caravan)

Standard 2

Well presented caravan with one double and one twin. Shower. Patio with outdoor furniture. Adjacent parking. Pet.

  • Sleeps 4

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Hannah Harry on 28th July 2019

We stayed here as a group of 5 camping. Staff really friendly and helpful. The park is really clean. Shower blocks and toilets one of the cleanest we have seen in a camp site. Great washing up facilities. The bar/grill serves beautiful food, again the best we have had in a camp site. I was expecting rubbish grub to be honest and was pleasantly surprised how lovely it was. We had electric hook up for our tents and although the staff came round to clean anything up that they needed to you are left to relax and enjoy. On site shop which was a bit pricey but to be expected. 5* Thank you for such a lovely weekend. The best camp site we have stayed out in terms of cleanliness!

Rated 5 out of 5 by MR_KPnutz on 20th July 2019

Lovely site with friendly and approachable staff. Food is a little expensive but seeing as it's all cooked from fresh it's absolutely gorgeous. The caravan was very clean on arrival and have no complaints. All together it's a small, quiet park to stay on with lovely staff.

Rated 5 out of 5 by Dave Wales on 21st July 2019

We do actually loved. Place is very clean. Toilets are cleaned very often. Nice playground for kids and nice bar/restaurant for adults. Also nice swimming pool for warmer days. I would go again 100%. For that price it is worth it. There is only obe issue I had. Grass seems to be only like 2 inch deep soo You may be struggling to put your tent pegs right deep in the ground. Apart of that 10/10 :)And we met a family with PIG :D

Rated 5 out of 5 by Chris Hopkins on 26th May 2019

Top camp site plenty for the kids to do, great views. Pub Great, swimming pool ok. Bit chaotic due to some bigger kids. But it does say parents in charge...Facilities great. Shop well stocked. And based central to a lot of places to visit..

Rated 5 out of 5 by simon lake on 22nd February 2019

First time at Bucklegrove, we usually go to Haven as they are consistently good. On arrival the man in the reception was extremely friendly and approachable. Our caravan was ready ahead of time so we were very pleased. We were given a map and shown where our caravan was. And set off to find it. As Bucklegrove is a small site it was easy to locate. We all commented on the outside of the caravan and how big it looked . We opened up and boy oh boy we were chuffed, it was amazing. We looked around the caravan and all was good. The hot tub was absolutely amazing and we all enjoyed spending time in there. We had a lovely patio and seating area which was pretty private and lovely to sit out on. The only issue we had was the heating thermostat didn't work but we managed to overcome the problem. The only negative was the swimming, none of the kids liked the set up of the changing rooms with no cubicles and in today's day and age needs to be brought in line with other establishments. Other than that a fabulous holiday and would definitely come back. Thank you

Things to do near Bucklegrove Holiday Park

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Burnham-on-sea Beach, Burnham-on-Sea - 11.5 Miles away

This beach is part of a seven mile stretch of sand from Burnham-on-sea to Brean Down. A considerable tidal range leaves mud flats at low tide but there are sandy areas and there's a wildlife reserve to visit. It's a good beach for windsurfing and canoeing.

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Brean Beach, Burnham-on-Sea - 11.5 Miles away

Recommended by the Good Beach Guide, Brean Sands lies below the National Trust headland of Brean Down. It forms the northernmost part of a seven mile stretch of sands, is ideal for walking and beach sports, and has plenty of rock pools to explore.

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Berrow Beach, Berrow - 12.2 Miles away

A lovely long sandy beach which although popular doesn't get as crowded as its neighbour in Weston-Super-Mare. There is also a great expanse of flats for playing cricket or having a family footie match!

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Weston-Super-Mare Beach, Weston-Super-Mare - 13.1 Miles away

A traditional sandy resort beach with excellent facilities for a family day out. Attractions include the miniature railway, sea-life centre, arcades and the famous Weston donkeys. The hard packed sand is ideal for kite-buggying, mountain-boarding and landsailing.

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Whitmore Bay, Barry - 25.2 Miles away

A blue flag sandy beach with volley ball courts. Visitors can walk along the seafront at Barry, get fish and chips or an ice-cream, play at the arcades or enjoy the funfair.

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Cheddar Wells cycle route, Cheddar - 3 Miles away

Mostly on B roads and country lanes, this cycle route comes in at just under 9 miles. There are a couple of steep inclines so it can be quite tough going in places. However, the lovely setting makes it all worth while!

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Mendip Mountain Bike Trail 2, Shipham - 5.7 Miles away

This 36 mile route passes Cheddar. It's not an easy route as there are some steep hill climbs and lots of twists and turns but it does travel through woodland which offers a pleasant change of scenery and a chance to vary the sights and sounds of the trail.

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Glastonbury to Cheddar, Glastonbury - 6.9 Miles away

The second greatest wonder in Britain, Cheddar Gorge can be seen in all its splendor on this ride. Starting in Glastonbury, keep an eye out for the caves and paper mill!

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Nailsea to Pill, Nailsea - 12.5 Miles away

This route follows some main roads, but you will be rewarded with many points of interest such as the Clifton suspension bridge, disused police shooting ranges, the River Avon, an old gunpowder storage house and a smugglers' cove! There is also a great pub for lunch.

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Colliers Way, Radstock - 12.8 Miles away

At 19 miles, this hilly route is a great cycle ride and a 6 hour walk for those up for the challenge. Frome has more listed buildings than any other in Somerset and is the perfect end point to this beautiful route.

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Bridgwater to Bristol, Bridgwater - 14.3 Miles away

Journey through beautiful Somerset countryside from Bridgwater to Bristol. At 55 miles it is a long route and careful planning is required, but the scenery makes it all worth while.

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Somerset Levels, Langport - 14.9 Miles away

An enjoyable and relatively easy circular ride around the Somerset Levels. The route starts at Longport, heads west towards Wedge Sedge Moor and after a short, steep climb up to Red Hill there are some lovely views.

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Ride to the North Somerset Coast, Bristol - 15.9 Miles away

Start in the exciting city of Bristol and then follow the river bank onto the Ashton to Pill path. Finish in the charming town of Portishead. Here you will find boutique shops along the pretty sea front.

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Taunton circular cycle route, Taunton - 22.8 Miles away

Enjoy Somerset countryside at your own pace on a 33 mile circular route via Milverton, Whiteball and Pitminster. It starts and ends in Taunton and stays mainly on quiet roads; there are some difficult hilly stretches along the return half.

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North Dorset Trailway, Stalbridge - 24.8 Miles away

Running along the old Somerset and Dorset Railway line, these disused tracks journey through pretty little villages found throughout the Blackmore vale.

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The Old Thatched Cottage, Weston-Super-Mare - 13.2 Miles away

A delicious menu of British and Mediterranean cuisine and the intimate ambiance of the oldest building in Weston-Super-Mare combine to make the Old Thatched Cottage the perfect choice for a romantic dinner.

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Red Lion Inn, Somerton - 13.9 Miles away

This country pub serves good quality food and drink in a warm and friendly environment. There is a variety of menus to choose from to suit every occasion. Visitors can relax on the leather sofas beside the log fire or in the gardens.

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The Hole in the Wall, Bath - 18.7 Miles away

Using some of the region's finest produce to create mouth-watering dishes, The Hole in the Wall prides itself on making almost everything on site including delicious home baked bread. The carefully created wine list comprises over 70 world class wines.

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Ring O'Bells, Bath - 21.2 Miles away

Established as an alehouse in 1837 and now a modern gastro pub/restaurant, The Ring O'Bells is a friendly place with home-from-home decor, a Franglais menu and eclectic wine list to accompany any meal or snack.

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Mulberrys Bistro, Yeovil - 21.4 Miles away

Mulberrys specialises in grills and steaks, which have earned high praise from food critics. Their menu selection is based on fresh seasonal produce and they pride themselves in creating healthy balanced meals.

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New Farm Restaurant, South Petherton - 21.5 Miles away

Modern British and international cuisine is given distinctive style at this award winning restaurant (Taste of the West Gold Award 2003). The menu changes monthly to take full advantage of seasonal ingredients.

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Sanctuary Wine Bar and Restaurant, Taunton - 22.4 Miles away

Fresh fish and where possible organic ingredients feature on the menu, which you can enjoy with a wide selection of fine wines from around the world to perfectly complement your meal.

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The Willow Tree , Taunton - 22.7 Miles away

A charming 17th century Grade II listed building, with cosy inglenook fireplaces and a delightful waterside terrace, is a delightful setting for a menu of classic English and French dishes, prepared by a highly skilled and imaginative chef.

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The Windmill Inn , Williton - 23.9 Miles away

Located overlooking St. Audries Church this lovely restaurant is a great place to grab a light bite or relax over a leisurely dinner. Often frequented by cyclists or walkers, it is also popular with locals and tourists alike. Children are well catered for and the carvery on Wednesdays and Sundays is well worth the trip.

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Giovanni’s Italian Restaurant, Penhow - 26.3 Miles away

Giovanni’s restaurant has a real authentic Italian feel, and the meals are prepared using traditional Italian methods so you really will become absorbed in the Mediterranean atmosphere.

Location: Penhow

The Star Inn , Watchet - 26.3 Miles away

A popular, CAMRA pub with a varied menu and a great selection of real ales. With its welcoming atmosphere and interesting decor, this charming little inn is the perfect place for a tasty bite to eat and a refreshing pint.

Location: Watchet

Milton Lodge Gardens, Wells - 3.9 Miles away

These charming Grade II listed gardens are set high on the slopes of the Mendip Hills to the north of Wells, enjoying glorious views of Wells Cathedral and the Vale of Avallon. Mixed shrubs, old fashioned roses, climbers and herbaceous plants are all set amid yew hedges.

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Tintinhull Garden, Yeovil - 18.5 Miles away

The small mansion at Tintinhull was originally an unassuming Somerset farmhouse dating from around 1600. Today, it is surrounded by formal gardens featuring small pools, immaculate lawns and herbaceous borders.

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Prior Park Landscape Garden, Bath - 18.8 Miles away

Prior park is a beautiful 18th century landscaped garden, created by entrepreneur and philanthropist Ralph Allen with advice from the poet Alexander Pope and Capability Brown. Interesting features include the Palladian bridge, three lakes and the recently restored summerhouse.

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Quantock Hills , Bridgwater - 19.8 Miles away

A beautiful environment in which to take a walk, do some cycling or simply sit back with a picnic and enjoy the view. Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (the first in Britain), this stunning site encompasses a mixture of varying landscapes from rolling farmland, heathland and charming villages.

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Hestercombe House, Taunton - 20.3 Miles away

Hestercombe's 50 acres of Grade I listed gardens cover three centuries of garden history, including 20th century formal gardens and a Georgian pleasure ground. Completed in 1906, the formal gardens were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens and planted by Gertrude Jekyll.

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Cosmeston Lakes Country Park, Penarth - 22.7 Miles away

Cosmeston Lakes Country Park offers diverse areas of landscape which are home to wildlife including swans, foxes and squirrels - to name but a few. There is also a medieval village which archaeologists discovered in the 1980s where visitors can now see costumed villagers.

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Lower Severalls, Somerset - 24 Miles away

Lower Severalls is a 2 acre garden surrounding a charming old farmhouse. The plantswoman's cottage garden has been developed over the past 25 years. The herb garden, mixed borders and island beds planted with hardy geraniums and salvias will delight the eye.

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Porthkerry Country Park, Porthkerry - 29.2 Miles away

A peaceful woodland with plentiful streams and beautiful wildlife. There is a pebbled beach where you can stop off for a picnic and let the children run around on the playground while you take in the fantastic views from the cliff above.

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Wookley Hole Caves, Wells - 2.8 Miles away

You'll enter a world of fantasy and adventure at Wookley Hole. A walk through the a valley of life-size dinosaurs', an 'Enchanted Fairy Garden' with fairies, dragons and elves, a revolutionary pirate ship with a 'Zap-Zone' and a magic and puppet show are just some of its attractions.

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Cheddar Caves and Gorge, Cheddar - 3 Miles away

See how our ancestors used to survive in the caves and discover a magical underground world of mirror pools and colourful calcitite formations, a crystal quest and dark fantasy adventures. (Wheelchair access to museum and cafe, but not other areas)

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Court Farm Country Park, Weston-Super-Mare - 9.1 Miles away

Enjoy loads of country fun with animal feeding shows, big cat rides, pony rides, tractor rides, ferret shows and two large indoor adventure playgrounds. Try and find your way around the maize maze, which is harvested at the end of the season.

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Puxton Park, Weston-Super-Mare - 10.1 Miles away

A giant 3 storey playbarn for adults and children, there's an indoor and outdoor play area, with a massive 'bouncy bull' outside and a soft play area for the under fives. There's also a petting area with rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters, a Falconry Centre and Hairy Highland Cattle.

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Alstone Wildlife Park, Higbridge - 11.1 Miles away

This is a family run park and zoo with camels, pigs, emus, deer, owls and llamas. Children will love Colin the Green Squirrel Monkey or talking to Angel the Lesser Sulphur Crested Cockatoo.

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Animal Farm Adventure Park, Burnham on Sea - 11.9 Miles away

With its winning combination of all weather play area, friendly pets, delightful countryside and some of Somerset's biggest slides, the Animal Farm is guaranteed to be a great day out for all the family. It's also home to the regions biggest outdoor play area.

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Brean Leisure Park, Somerset - 12.4 Miles away

With over 40 rides and attractions, Brean Leisure Park a great day out, whatever the weather. Don't miss the Shock Wave Super Looper rollercoaster, the biggest ride in the South West. There are pony rides, lazer quest and lots of other indoor activities, too.

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Seaquarium, Rhyl - 12.7 Miles away

Visitors can journey through tranquil fresh waters to the cold depths of the oceanic abyss and encounter sharks, moray eels, piranhas and six of the most venomous fish in the world. This aquarium is an all-weather attraction with a full programme of feeding demonstrations, talks and special presentations.

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Noah's Ark Zoo Farm, Bristol - 14.4 Miles away

Experience the delight of holding baby chicks, rabbits and guinea pigs or feeding the deer and camels. Noah's Ark has 80 species of animals including rhinos, reptiles, rheas, and rosellas to name a few. There are also 9 all weather playgrounds and a reptile house.

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Bristol Zoo, Bristol - 15.9 Miles away

Bristol Zoo is a fantastic day out with over 400 animal species from gorillas to millipedes. The 12 acre site houses a variety of outdoor enclosures as well as indoor environments for exotic animals ranging from lions, monkeys, seals and penguins.

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Cannington Park Paintball, Bridgwater - 16.6 Miles away

A family run business, which offers a friendly welcome and a day of tactics, team playing and warfare. A great place to have fun with friends, family or colleagues; Cannington Park offers both laser battles and paintballing. Will you stand your ground or run and hide?

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Longleat , Warminster - 20.1 Miles away

Discover some of the world's most magnificent animals in this first safari park created outside Africa. Continue your adventure aboard the Safari boats for a sea lion escorted cruise. (Dogs are welcome in the grounds, but not at the attractions themselves)

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Brokerswood Country Park, Westbury - 21.7 Miles away

You can spend the day and experience the woodland railway, adventure land, play trails, heritage centre and toddler undercover play area.

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Tsunami Aquatics, Chepstow - 26.5 Miles away

Located on the site of the Chepstow Garden Centre, it has a large selection of fully quarantined tropical fish, sure to please the aquatic enthusiast.

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Task Force Paintball, Cowbridge - 26.7 Miles away

Try your hand at paintballing, archery, team building activities, laser tag and clay pigeon shooting at Task Force Paintball.

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Tropiquaria Animal and Adventure Park, Watchet - 27.3 Miles away

At Tropicquaria you can get up close and personal with the animals and even hold snakes and spiders in the tropical hall. Visit the puppet show, aquarium or even play in the indoor play castle and full size pirate ships.

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Welsh Hawkings Centre & Wildlife Park, Barry - 27.5 Miles away

The park is set in 25 acres of parkland and has over 200 species of birds including eagles, owls, hawks, falcons and buzzards. Visitors can watch flying demonstrations and feed the farmyard animals. The park also has an adventure playground, cafe and gift shop.

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Chepstow Outdoor Activities, Chepstow - 28.1 Miles away

There is a large choice of activities to do here, from paintballing, quadbiking, clay pigeon shooting, laser combat and archery. It is set in a great location, deep within the Forest of Dean, but is within easy access of Cardiff, Chepstow, Bristol and Monmouth.

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Wells Cathedral, Wells - 4.4 Miles away

One of the most beautiful of the country's cathedrals, Wells has survived eight centuries with all its associated buildings still surrounding it – the Chapter house, Vicar's Hall, the cloisters and the unique Vicar's Close.

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The Bishops Palace and Gardens, Wells - 4.5 Miles away

Surrounded by 14 acres of tranquil moated and fortified grounds, home to the springs from which the city takes its name, this uniquely beautiful medieval Palace lies in the heart of Wells.

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Glastonbury Abbey, Glastonbury - 6.7 Miles away

Steeped in 2000 years of history, Glastonbury Abbey was the first Christian sanctuary in Great Britain and was once the richest abbey in England. Today, its awe-inspiring ruins are set in 36 acres of parkland, ponds, orchard and wildlife areas.

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Glastonbury Tor, Glastonbury - 7 Miles away

Dominating the town and landscape, the Tor has become a focus of mystical beliefs – nature, mythology, paganism and Christian legends as well as newer ideas about the universe.

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Lytes Cary Manor, Somerton - 14.5 Miles away

This manor house belonging to the National Trust offers waymarked walks by the riverside and an arts and craft style garden. Visitors can learn about medieval herbalist Henry Lyte and his famous 16th-century plant directory, Lytes Herbal. Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead.

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The Roman Baths, Bath - 18.7 Miles away

A truly fascinating place to visit, the Roman Baths are below street level and the Georgian Pump Room is on the ground level. Today, the main Roman bath is a pool lined with 45 sheets of lead and filled with hot spa water. It once stood in a barrel-vaulted hall 40 metres high.

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Montacute House, Montacute - 20.2 Miles away

An exquisite late 16th century house, with fine Renaissance features, Montacute's treasures include magnificent state rooms, a long gallery featuring portraits from the National Portrait Gallery and an exhibition of 17th century samplers.

Location: Montacute

Montacute TV, Radio and Toy Museum, Montacute - 20.3 Miles away

This family attraction takes a nostalgic trip through the world of radio and TV programmes, guaranteed to bring memories of your favourite shows flooding back. The museum also has many toys, games and annuals from yesteryear.

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Barrington Court, Ilminster - 20.3 Miles away

Set in enchanting gardens, influenced by Gertrude Jekyll, this fine Tudor house was purchased by the National Trust in 1907, the first sizeable house to come into its possession. Unusually, its main rooms display antique and reproduction furniture for sale.

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The American Museum in Britain, Bath - 20.3 Miles away

A spectacular series of diverse and authentically furnished rooms trace the American way of life from Colonial times to the 19th century. The American Heritage Exhibition gives an insight into the early pioneers, the people of the wild west, native Americans and the Civil War.

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Sherbourne Castle, Sherbourne - 22.3 Miles away

With a rich and varied history, this castle is a must see for all ages. The original building was medieval hunting lodge, situated in the Deer Park belonging to Sherbourne Old Castle. However, Sir Walter Raleigh built his own property on the site in 1594. After his death it was purchased by Sir John Digby and has been in the family ever since. In addition to its early life, the castle played a pivotal role in both world wars, as a Red Cross hospital and as the headquarters for the commandos of the D-Day landings. (Wheelchair access to the ground floor only)

Location: Sherbourne   More Details »

Dyrham Park Mansion, Dyrham - 22.5 Miles away

This spectacular 17th century mansion, which nestles in an ancient deer park, is a showcase for Dutch decorative arts and its restored domestic quarters give an insight into life below stairs. Elegant formal gardens to explore as well.

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Caldicot Castle , Caldicot - 24.2 Miles away

Visit Caldicot Castle in its beautiful setting of tranquil gardens and a wooded country park. Lots for children to do including activity station and activities and workshops throughout the year.

Location: Caldicot

National Museum of Wales , Cardiff - 25.4 Miles away

From moon rock, meteorites and volcanoes to dinosaurs and woolly mammoths (up close!), journey millions of years through time from the Big Bang to present day. See our basking shark, hump-backed whale and the world's largest leatherback turtle in our natural history collection, plus amazing paintings in our art galleries.

Location: Cardiff

Newport Museum and Art Gallery, Newport - 26.1 Miles away

Since 1888 Newport Museum and Art Gallery has been collecting evidence of Newport’s history, culture and environment.

Location: Newport

National Roman Legion Museum, Newport - 27 Miles away

Meet the Romans! The Museum and surrounding town of Caerleon has enough stuff about the Romans to keep all budding soldiers and gladiators happy. With ruins of buildings, Roman objects, dressing up, trails and plenty of events and activities throughout the year.

Location: Newport

Corsham Court, Corsham - 27.1 Miles away

An Elizabethan house built 1582 and enlarged in the mid 19th century to contain a second collection of art. There are also formal gardens with herbaceous borders, lily pool, rose garden and rare stone bath house.

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National Roman Legion Museum, Newport - 27.1 Miles away

The National Roman Legion Museum sits within the remains of the fortress which was build by the Romans in AD75. Learn what made the Romans such a mighty power and how different our lives would be today if they hadn't invaded Britain. This award-winning destination is both fun and factual. It's also free entry. (Limited disabled access)

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Chepstow Castle, Chepstow - 27.8 Miles away

The remains of Chepstow Castle are set high up on the cliffs overlooking the River Wye. Building began on this Norman castle in 1067 and the castle has been a focal point of Chepstow ever since. Outdoor events are held here during the summer months.

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Chepstow Museum, Chepstow - 27.9 Miles away

Chepstow Museum offers an insight into the history of this important market town and port. Shipbuilding, the wine trade and salmon fishing were among the industries that once thrived here. Photos, paintings and artefacts help to explain Chepstow's past. With activities and exhibitions for children plus free entry, Chepstow Museum is well worth a visit.

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Fonmon Castle, Rhoose - 28.5 Miles away

Fonmon Castle is one of the few medieval castles still inhabited. It was built in the early 13th century, and has many areas open to the public including the gardens, hall, drawing room, library and kitchen.

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Stock Gaylard House, Sturminster Newton - 28.6 Miles away

An 80 acre deer park around a picturesque lake, 250 acres of oak woodland and 80 acres of common land form part of the estate surrounding Stock Gaylard House, an early Georgian house close to St Barnabas parish church.

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Stoke Camp Butterfly Reserve, Draycott - 1.2 Miles away

Look out for Small and Chalkhill Blues, Grayling, Brown Argus and Dark Green Fritillary on this ancient hillfort. With commanding views on top of the Mendip Hills this reserve is covered in wildflowers and is the popular home of numerous species of butterfly.

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Black Rock Nature Reserve, Cheddar - 3 Miles away

Home to many species of animals including dormice, shrews, badger, rabbits, adder, lizards, and grass snakes, the Black Rock Nature Reserve's 181 acres encompass woodland and limestone grassland with conifer plantations now being replaced by broadleaf trees.

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Mascalls Wood Nature Reserve, Cheddar - 3 Miles away

An expansive site, covering 14.5 acres of semi-natural broadleaved woodland, situated close to the grasslands of the Mendip Hills. There is a badger sett, field voles, common shrew, wood mouse and lesser horseshoe bats.

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Westhay Moor National Nature Reserve, Panborough - 4.3 Miles away

Westhay Moor's wildly varied habitats attract millions of starlings who come in to roost just before dusk in winter, as well as otters, roe deer, badger, grass snake, adder, dragonflies and butterflies.

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Ham Wall RSPB, Street - 7.8 Miles away

Ham Wall is an internationally important reserve created from worked out peat diggings to form new wetland habitats and reedbeds. Marsh harriers, garganeys and reed buntings breed here and water voles, otters and dragonflies can be seen on the open water.

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Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve, Shapwick - 8.4 Miles away

Encompassing over 390 hectares of wetland reserve, Shapwick Heath NNR forms a significant section of the Avalon Marshes area. Its large variety of habitats includes rich grasslands, wet woodlands, scrub and fen.

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Collard Hill Nature Trust, Compton Dundon - 10.4 Miles away

Visit the Large Blue Butterflies at Collard Hill. It really is a unique opportunity to see them in flight over specific summer months.

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Tyntesfield House, National Trust, Tyntesfield - 12.7 Miles away

Tyntesfield is rated as one of the ten best National Trust properties for butterflies – Brown Argus which breed on Common Rockrose and Common Blue on Birdsfoot Trefoil in the lawns can both be seen flying in June and August. Nettle feeding and garden butterflies are also seen.

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Perryfields Quarry Butterfly Reserve, Easton - 16.6 Miles away

Situated in a disused quarryland, the 1.2 hectare site is perfect for the wildflowers and butterflies it attracts. It is also a haven for migrating birds. Take one of the many pathways through this lovely area and spot some of the local wildlife.

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Thurlbear Quarrylands Butterfly Reserve, Thurlbear - 21 Miles away

Visit this Site of Special Scientific Interest and admire the 8 hectares of wildflower grassland and the beautiful butterflies. Keep your eyes peeled for rabbits and nightingales alongside the numerous species of butterfly.

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Mount Fancy Farm Butterfly Reserve, Taunton - 22.2 Miles away

You should be able to spot Wood Whites, Brown Hairstreaks, Small Pearl-bordered Fritillary and Silver-washed Fritillary at Mount Fancy Farm Butterfly Reserve. It's a site of varied habitats set on the Blackdown Ridge with magnificent views over south Somerset.

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Garston Wood RSPB, Shaftesbury - 28.1 Miles away

A beautiful woodland which is at its best in Spring with bluebells and primroses carpeting the ground. Keep an eye out for turtle doves, dormice, fallow deer and badgers.

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Alners Gorse Butterfly Reserve, Kings Stag - 28.2 Miles away

A mixture of woodland, scrub and wet grassland over 14 hectares. This wonderful reserve has had much restoration after a period of neglect. It is now a flourishing sanctuary for many species of wildlife.

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Lankham Bottom Butterfly Reserve, Chalmington - 28.7 Miles away

Visit this impressive collection of moths and butterflies spread over 46 hectares of West Dorset chalk downland. The views across the River Frome valley and the West Dorset coast are truly stunning and a the area itself is a lot of fun to explore.

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Black Rock , Cheddar - 2.9 Miles away

Try some kayaking or have a go at archery. Black Rock has a great selection of activities to pick from and offers a fantastic opportunity to get active in the great outdoors! Choose between a half or full day and have fun with your group.

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Wells Golf Course, Wells - 6.2 Miles away

Wells is a beautiful wooded parkland course with a variety of lovely views to the magnificent cathedral and Mendip Hills. They offer PGA qualified teaching sessions as well as a driving range, so it's suitable for all types of golfers.

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First Flight Balloon Rides, Glastonbury - 6.9 Miles away

Celebrate a special occasion with a hot air balloon flight, sipping a glass of champagne as you glide across the Somerset countryside. It promises to be a safe, enjoyable and memorable adventure.

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Sedgemoor Splat, Nr Street - 9.4 Miles away

Sedgemoor Splat is the perfect choice if you're want to experience the adrenaline rushing thrills of paintballing. The course is set in a beautiful rural setting so is the perfect destination to sit back and relax after your exertions.

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Middlemoor waterpark, Woolavington - 10.1 Miles away

From beginners to experts, there are courses for all abilities at this purpose built lake in rural Somerset, including waterskiing, wakeboarding, jetskiing and karting. You'll also find fun aquatic rides, as well as speed boat rides for children.

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Kelly's Charter Rib Rides, Highbridge - 11.2 Miles away

Take an exhilarating ride on the Firebrand II ribcraft just off the coast of Somerset in Burnham-on-Sea. Designed as a commercial foul weather boat, and exported all over the world, it's sure to provide a fun filled exciting day.

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Bristol Ice Rink, Bristol - 15.7 Miles away

Located in Bristol City, this ice rink offers the chance to grab some skates and enjoy a day on the ice. An enormous amount of fun to be had by all, in safe surroundings. Tuition is also available to all ages as well as an ice hockey programme.

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Higher Farm Fishery, Wincanton - 16.1 Miles away

There are two coarse lakes here, just under an acre in size and containing mostly carp, roach, bream and tench. Set in a beautiful rural location in the village of Shepton Montague, both lakes are open all year and there is disabled access.

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Drakes Farm Riding School, Ilminster - 21.9 Miles away

Whether you are 4 or 74, everyone can enjoy riding lessons. Tuition is provided by a team of skilled instructors in private or group sessions, so lessons can be tailored to individual requirements and all abilities.

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Scuba Scene , Taunton - 22.8 Miles away

Choose your location for a diving lesson, in a pool, the ocean, a lake or quarry and, with all equipment provided, you'll be in the safe hands of trained instructors. Scuba Scene is able to offer a full range of PADI courses, see website for details.

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Glamorganshire Golf Club, Penarth - 22.8 Miles away

Glamorganshire Golf Club is the second oldest golf course in Wales. An 18 hole parkland course on the edge of Cosmeston Lakes, it offers a challenge to golfers of all abilities.

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Lodden fishing lakes, Gillingham - 24.4 Miles away

The two lakes are surrounded with reeds, and both contain large fish, weighing up to 20lb. You'll be fishing for carp, tench, roach, bream and pike. The lakes are open all year and night fishing is possible.

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Pippin Equestrian , Gillingham - 24.4 Miles away

Pippin Equestrian is a family run centre set in 30 acres on the edge of Gillingham. All abilities are welcome, and the high standard of facilities, instructors and horses allow them to cater for everyone from a competition rider to a beginner.

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Dewstow Golf and Gardens, Caerwent - 24.5 Miles away

Dewstow Golf Club is a 36 hole complex in South East Wales. Founded in 1988 as a 9 hole course with a golf range, the Valley course was soon extended to 18 holes in 1993 and the 18 hole park course was opened. We believe that the Park course has the only Par 6 in full play to visitors and societies in the UK including The Monster 700 yd 13th on the Park Course.

Location: Caerwent

St Pierre Golf Country Club, Chepstow - 25.2 Miles away

The Old Course The Old Course has played host to many golf tournaments, including the 1996 Solheim Cup and 14 European Tour Events, of which famous winners include Steve Ballesteros, Greg Norman and Ian Woosnam. The stunning 18th hole par 3, which drives over the 11 acre lake to an elevated green, has proved great climax and indeed challenge to many a round. The Mathern Course The Mathern Course is our second Championship golf course on the estate, which played host to the PGA Welsh Masters, it offers a shorter but equally enjoyable challenge. The tree lined fairways and numerous water hazards throughout the course make it a good test for any golfer. This course is also ideal for beginners and with our Marriot "Learn to Play Golf" scheme available you could be playing golf in no time

Location: Chepstow

Red Park Equestrian Centre, Williton - 25.6 Miles away

Whether you’re a novice or just want to improve your skills, Red Park is the perfect place to visit. Providing excellent facilities for all ages and abilities, the centre hand picks the best horses and matches them to the riders according to temperament and performance. The centre not only teaches riding, but also how to care for the animals.

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The Celtic Manor, Newport - 26.3 Miles away

As host venue of the 2010 Ryder Cup and home of the ISPS Hanada Wales Open, a leading European Tour Event, The Celtic Manor Resort offers some of the finest golf courses and facilities in the UK. These include The Twenty Ten Course, The Roman Road and The Montgomerie.

Location: Newport

Chepstow Leisure Centre, Chepstow - 27.9 Miles away

The local leisure centre in Chepstow has a 25metre swimming pool, a four court sports hall, two squash courts, as well as a number of martial arts and aerobics classes. Children's parties can also be catered for here. You can hire out the swimming pool, make use of the inflatables and a bouncy castle.

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Wells Film Centre, Wells - 4.3 Miles away

The Wells Film Centre is an independently, professionally run cinema, featuring all the latest films – mainstream, arthouse and world cinema – all displayed on very high quality projection.

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Ashton Windmill, Axbridge - 4.9 Miles away

Legend has it there has been a windmill on this site since 1317. The 18th century flour mill stands on the 'Isle of Wedmore' a ridge giving commanding views of Cheddar Gorge, the Somerset Levels and Brent Knoll. Although it hasn't worked since 1927, the mill has been carefully restored.

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Clarks Village outlet shopping, Street - 8 Miles away

Clark's village has established itself as one of the premier shopping destinations in the country. There's over 90 outlet shops to choose from, offering up to 60% off the retail price on clothing, electricals, homeware and cosmetics.

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Shute Farm Studio, Shepton Mallet - 12.6 Miles away

In a rural and beautiful setting redundant farm buildings have been converted to create studios for teaching stone and wood carving, wood engraving, bronze carving, mould making, painting, drawing, ceramics, willow and wire sculpture and many other art forms.

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The Playhouse Theatre, Weston-Super-Mere - 13 Miles away

This 500 seat theatre was Weston's second theatre after the popular Knightstone Pavilion. The programme of events at the theatre includes comedians, musicians, dance, plays and films.

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Ghost Walks, Bath - 18 Miles away

Take a ghostly trip around the Roman city and hear about the spooky hauntings and phantom wanderings that have plagued the city. The fantastic guides will show you all the top supernatural hot spots in Bath and as the night progresses, the mysteries begin to unravel.

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Orange Box, music venue, Yeovil - 21.3 Miles away

The Orange Box has been host to some of the best local, national and international acts on the touring circuit. Its 350 capacity makes it an intimate place to watch and get close to bands and artists.

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Barry , Barry - 25.8 Miles away

Barry is a historic coastal town with plentiful shops, restaurants and pubs. It is renowned as the location for the hit TV series 'Gavin and Stacey'.

Location: Barry

The Bakelite Museum, Williton - 26.3 Miles away

A museum for bakelite – the world's first and most successful synthetic plastic, the material with a thousand uses. Toasters, radios, egg cups, televisions, telephones, gramophones, hairdryers and electric heaters are all on display.

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Chard and District Museum, Chard - 27.6 Miles away

Giving an insight into the life of the area over the centuries, the museum exhibitions contain several collections of national importance. there is even a display of 1960s costumes and accessories, including items by Christian Dior and Mary Quant.

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Nearby Holiday Parks

Here is a selection of other holiday parks near Bucklegrove Holiday Park. Alternatively you may wish to view all our holiday parks in Somerset or holiday parks in Cheddar.

Holiday Resort Unity, Burnham-on-Sea

Windmill Retreat, Bridgwater

Mendip View at Wookey Hole, Wells

Hoburne Blue Anchor, Minehead

Burnham On Sea Holiday Village, Burnham-on-Sea