It's very close to Cheddar Gorge, but smaller and without the hoo-ha! Just as beautiful in it own way and, for me, very interesting because of the cleft in the rock which inspired the old hymn 'Rock of Ages'. It's fairly easy to miss this particular rock, so look out for a car park on the right hand side as... 更多
This is the place where I took my first underground caving trip back in 1974 and was the start of a life-long love of caves. There are over 20 in this area and a big one - Aveline's Hole which you can walk into on the first sharp bend in the road, but if you're not into that sort of... 更多
If you want to see a slightly smaller version of Cheddar Gorge drive to here.Look out for the rock on the left going down with the cleft in it which inspired the hymn Rock of Ages when a gentleman of the cloth got caught in a storm and sheltered within. There is a plaque on it.
This is a gorge with a lovely walk up on top.You can start from the bottom and walk up to the top through the village or drive to the top and park and choose either to walk over the top to the village or the path to rickford.You may want to cross the road and walk up on top to... 更多
Burrington Combe is as far from Cheddar Gorge as rural Cornwall is from Blackpool. Once off the road, by taking a right once past the Rock of Ages, you are in a very peaceful woodland area. The terrain can be a little steep but plenty of places to rest and admire the limestone landscape. If you are into geocaching there... 更多
Burrington combe a great place to walk and enjoy the views. Just don't stop at the Burrington Inn. The service we found was very unfriendly.. and the food was poor and very expensive.
After finishing a car treasure hunt, we ended up at this restaurant. As we were a large party, we had been pre-booked in and food ordered previously (all done by the organiser). I had the curry of the day, chicken curry with rice, naan bread, popaddom and mango chutney and my daughter (10) had the child's ham, egg, chips and... 更多