Best holiday rental deals in Cheddar
Discover a holiday rental that matches your expectations among the 922 great properties from several holiday letting websites in Cheddar. By comparing these holiday rentals, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices and the highest rated lettings in Cheddar.
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Price and Availability Index in Cheddar
Holiday Letting Price Information in Cheddar
The graph shows average prices of rental prices in Cheddar for the next twelve months. Prices rise in December and reach an average of £136 a night (22/12 - 29/12), making it the most expensive time to book a rental in the next 12 months. Cheddar is cheaper in a week of November (02/11 - 09/11), where prices are on average £66 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Cheddar
Have a look at the above graph to see the global availability of holiday rentals in Cheddar. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in December (22/12 - 29/12), where 54% of the holiday lettings are booked. It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in a week of December (01/12 - 08/12), as 77 of the rentals are still available.
The weather in Cheddar
This is the climate diagram in Cheddar. July is the warmest month in Cheddar with average maximum temperatures of 20°. No heat wave is expected in February, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 2° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is March.
Wander Somerset's beautiful countryside at a Cheddar holiday cottage
Visitors can choose from a wide range of holiday cottages to suit their needs in Cheddar and by the nearby gorge of the same name. Choose from traditional Cheddar cottages set in the Somerset countryside surrounding the village, modern apartments, and even log cabins.
Britain's favourite cheese in Cheddar
Cheddar, the UK's most popular cheese, traces its roots to the Somerset village of Cheddar. The Cheddar Gorge Cheese Company, which still uses traditional manufacturing methods, has a visitor centre where guests can learn about the history of cheesemaking and see it being made, matured, and packed. There's also a shop where you can buy different types of cheese to take home.
The other main product of the Somerset region is cider, and alongside the major producers, you'll find smaller farms who welcome visitors with open arms. One of the best is Wilkins Cider Farm in Mudgley, just a short drive from Cheddar. Walk around the working farm, chat with the farmer, and sample cider directly from the barrels in the barn. Pick up a few bottles to take home and enjoy in your Cheddar lodging.
Traditional British seaside day out at Weston-super-Mare
Just outside the seaside town of Weston-super-Mare is Court Farm Country Park, the perfect place for a family day out. As the park is based on a real working farm, there's always something happening, whatever time of year you visit. Kids will love seeing the lambs in spring, getting lost in the maize maze in summer, and tractor rides year round.
The beautiful sandy beach at Weston has been attracting visitors since Victorian times. It's an ideal place for sandcastle building, paddling, and swimming. The Grand Pier is one of the UK's finest, and visitors can enjoy funfair rides or enjoy afternoon tea in elegant Edwardian tea rooms while taking in the sea views.
Enjoy a visit to Cheddar's gorgeous gorge
Cheddar is famous for the Cheddar Gorge and its limestone cliffs carved over millions of years. The main attraction for most visitors is the network of subterranean caves. Pick up an audio guide and descend into the depths of Gough's Cave, home to prehistoric ancestors. Discover the story of the Cheddar man – Britain's oldest complete ancient skeleton. Special atmospheric lighting and audio commentary highlight the weird and wonderful cave structures.
Above ground, take the three-mile walking path along the tops of the cliffs to enjoy panoramic views across the Mendip Hills and beyond. Climb to the top of the lookout tower or learn more about the history of the Cheddar Gorge area at the history museum.
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