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A tourist attraction in Cheddar Gorge, comprising of several buildings circa 1970s and earlier including a café with large terrace with spectacular views up the gorge. A small museum about the Stone Age. Two meeting rooms in an elevated cubed concrete building up a small spiral staircase with views of the gorge.

Location information

Type of Location


Address details

Property address Cheddar Gorge and Caves, The Cliffs, Cheddar, Somerset BS27 3QF, UK
County Somerset
What Three Words gates.cargo.dabbling
Approx travel time from Bristol 45 minutes
Approx travel time from London 3 hours 15 minutes

Property details

Property status Operational
Access The café and terrace have ramped disabled access. The two meeting rooms are not accessible to wheelchairs as they are upstairs. The museum is wheelchair accessible.
Access restrictions The buildings owned by Cheddar Gorge & Caves are at the centre of a popular tourist attraction so access to be negotiated and dependent on scale and disruption.
Noise None
Parking There are hundreds of parking spaces in car parks near the caves, stretching up the gorge. There is a coach park near the cave that can accommodate larger vehicles used in film sets.
Parking detail The parking is owned and operated by the Longleat Estate and is chargeable. It is open to the general public, but areas can be cordoned off for filming use.

Representative and contact details

Representative Frances Cartwright, Senior Marketing Executive, Longleat, Cheddar Gorge and Caves
Representative type Owner
Phone 01934 742343

Film location

Address Cheddar Gorge and Caves, The Cliffs, Cheddar, Somerset BS27 3QF, UK