Old Manor House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... in 1903. The village also gave its name to cheddar cheese and is now known for its strawberry growing.
We enjoyed exploring some of the caves together and browsed the quaint food and gift shops in the Cheddar village. For a bit of exercise we climbed the 274 steps of Jacob’s Ladder and then up the tower which gave us beautiful views over the surrounding countryside and reservoir. We enjoyed a hot cheddar and chutney baguette and glass ...
... of time), anytime, can change, can't change, a ticket that is only valid for a particular route (ie, you have to go through Salisbury) or for a particular train, reserved seat, facing forwards, facing backwards, quiet carriage, with a power point, first class, conductor with blue eyes, smelly seat companion, etc etc etc....
The other utterly mystifying thing is that it seems there are about fifteen different train companies all going in different directions ...