Locality 2018-06-05T11:41:49+00:00

There are numerous great pubs and restaurants nearby. The Cider Barn is a traditional local cider and ale barn and offers quirky and rustic surroundings, great local beers and ciders, and good wholesome food produced using the finest local produce. Situated at the entrance to the park and within easy walking distance to all lodges, preferential service is extended to all guests of Strawberryfield Park.

Why not visit the village local? The Strawberry Special is in the heart of Draycott village and only 15 minutes walk from Strawberryfield Park. Mike and Lori will offer you a warm welcome, a great pint and good food.

The Somerset Levels and Mendip Hills offer great opportunities for bird watching and photography. There is an abundance of Nature reserves, wildlife parks and wetlands. Being flat, the Somerset Levels lends itself to some lazy cycling, alternatively the more experienced can venture up the Mendip Hills, host to some of the Country’s prestigious mountain biking events.

Wells, one of the smallest Cities in England, boasts one of the country’s largest Cathedrals. The amazing West Front cannot be missed.

Perfectly situated only six miles from the historic City of Wells, with its famous cathedral, Bishops Palace and Market Square and less than two miles from the breathtaking Cheddar Gorge, the area surrounding Strawberryfield Park has something for everyone.

Walking, cycling, bird watching, siteseeing or just relaxing in the beautiful surroundings of Strawberryfield Park, the Somerset Levels and the Mendip Hills have something to interest all walks of life.

The Top of the Gorge Festival in Cheddar in June.

Wells has a Food festival, Comedy Festival, Literature Festival and Film Festival.