A family week away in Cheddar

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17 Responses

  1. Ah Somerset my old stomping ground – good to see so many great photos #countrykids

  2. Coombe Mill says:

    What a wonderful family trip, I bet it was lovely to escape on one massive family holiday together, I’m sure your parents loved having all of you around. The girls look like they loved spending time with their cousins, it’s always a highlight for kids to spend time with their cousins. I’m impressed with how much you managed to pack into your trip away too, I’m sure in years to come the girls will visit Cheddar Gorge and wonder exactly the same thing you did.

    Thanks for linking up with me on #CountryKids

  3. I live in Bristol so I’ve visited all the places you mention here. Cheddar has to be one of my favourites. We love to go there for a picnic and also love to see the traditional sweet making! #CountryKids

  4. What a fabulous way to celebrate yoru parents birthdays. This looks like an amazing trip. We visited this area in April, so your post has bought back good memories. thanks. Mich x #CountryKids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      Your comment has really made me smile – nice to know that it has bought back some good memories for you

  5. naomi says:

    oh the joys of the seaside! I’ve never been here, but my partner used to go to Weston super mare as a child and has fond memories of it. the cathedral is lovely and what a great alternative to the usual seaside stuff. cheddar sounds like somewhere I would definitely like to go… your family are beautiful by the way 🙂 #countrykids

  6. What a wonderful trip away with your family and you certainly packed plenty in. I love the sound of the hot tub and the days out to the beach look fun. I’ve never been to Wells but will have to add it to the list – the photos of the cathedral and the Bishops Palace are stunning. Cheddar Gorge sounds really interesting too – I get a bit claustrophobic in caves but they are fascinating too. Glad your girls enjoyed themselves too and had fun spending time with their cousins. #countrykids

    • stoppingattwo says:

      The parts of the caves you can go in are actually fairly big spaces, so it doesn’t feel too bad to be honest.

  7. G&T sorbet! And a lodge with a hot tub!! Sounds super-luxurious. This is an interesting part of the world that I’d like to revisit. I haven’t been since I was a child.

  8. PinkOddy says:

    Oh Karen this is just the kind of post I needed to read today. Family is so important and it sounds like you had an amazing time together. I can’t believe all this is such a stones throw from where we live and I must get the boys to go. Those caves sound like where I must have gone when I was a child and I loved them. The cathedral looks very impressive – and they let you take pictures (which you can’t everywhere). #countrykids

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