The Superior 3 is just one of the holiday caravans you will find at the Bucklegrove Holiday Park in Cheddar, Somerset, Somerset. This spacious and modern caravan has one double sized bedroom and two twin-sized bedrooms. The holiday rental has a shower and an additional WC. The caravan has 3 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 6 people, with 2 pets also allowed. The Bucklegrove Holiday Park has an indoor heated pool. This is a great choice of caravans and contemporary lodges. Some of the amenities at the holiday park include the outdoor hot tub in Lodges 1 and 2, Luxury 3, Luxury 2 Plus and the Standard 2 Spa only, a flat-screen television with Freeview, a kitchen including a microwave, bath and/or shower, bed linens and duvets, towels, and beds made up for your arrival. Other amenities include the patio/verandah with garden furniture, double glazed and centrally heated, gas and electricity included, travel cots and highchairs at an additional fee, and pets allowed with an additional fee.
Somerset is a county in the Southwest of England, it borders Bristol and Gloucestershire to the north, Dorset to the southeast, Wilshire to the east, and Devon to the southwest. Somerset is bounded to the north and the west by the Bristol Channe and the Severn Estuary, with a coastline that faces that of southeastern Wales. The county of Somerset has a traditional border with Gloucestershire with the River Avon. It is a rural region of rolling hills to include the Blackdown Hills, Mendip Hills, Quantock Hills and the Exmoor National Park which is a large flat expanse of land that includes the Somerset Levels. There is evidence of human occupation from the Paleolithic times, and of settlements by the Anglo Saxons, Celts, and Romans. The county of Somerset played a significant part in Alfred the Great's rise to power and later to the Monmouth Rebellion and the English Civil War. The city of Bath is known for its Georgian architectural design and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
During your vacation stay in Somerset, you may consider a variety of attractions and places to visit. Some of the other places in Somerset you might think of visiting include the city of Cheddar Gorge, Wells, Caves, Wookey Hole, Safari Park and Longleat House, Glastonbury Abbey, Glastonbury Tor and Bath. During your vacation in Somerset, you can explore the Mendip Hills and the Somerset Levels where you can relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Glastonbury Tor is an isolated sandstone hill located just over the Somerset Levels. For more than a millennium Glastonbury was the location of an abbey of serious power, still impressive almost 500 years after it was suppressed and left in ruins. The abbey has a spellbinding Gothic architectural design, and there’s an array of separate monuments, from the remarkable Medieval kitchen to a historic pub, all of which have ties to the old monastery. That hill, Glastonbury Tor is a National Trust site with natural springs rising from deep within its rock, and huge rings of terraces on its slopes.
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