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Autumn – Variety is the (Pumpkin) spice of Life.

Variety is the (Pumpkin) spice of Life.

As September draws to a close; the autumnal equinox looms and we start preparing for a season of change. Days get shorter and evenings cooler – but its not all bad news because here at Strawberryfield Park we have lots to look forward to.


Crackling log fires

Here at Strawberryfield Park we have 10 lodges with log burners – you can order a basket of logs which will be in the lodge ready for your arrival. Light the fire, sit back, and relax. 

We have a variety of lodges with log burners include:

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Pamela’s Meadows

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Hot tubs

It may be chilly outside but it’s always warm in the hot tub. Each of our 24 lodges has a private hot tub set on private decking – for the ultimate indulgence. Robes and towels are provided for maximum comfort – don’t forget your flip flops! Relax in the hot tub and experience the sights and sounds of the Somerset countryside.


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Seasonal Change

There is so much to enjoy about the Autumn. We are blessed with an abundance of natural beauty right on our doorstep here at Strawberryfield Park. Enjoy walks to Cheddar and soak up the sights of the Gorge. Enjoy the 360 views of the hills and valleys from Glastonbury Tor. Or take an amble down the country lanes – enjoy the seasonal colours and sounds. You can find a variety of information on local walks in the welcome folder.


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Pumpkin picking

The pumpkin picking phenomenon has hit Somerset. A lovely activity for a day out with the kids – an all-weather activity. Here are a few places near Strawberryfield Park


Warrens Farm Shop

Where: Wells Rd, Draycott, Cheddar BS27 3XB

When: every weekend through October 10:00 – 16:00

Tickets: No booking necessary, Small fee for family entry Pumpkins available From £2.50 up to £25.00.Picking Patch Bath


Newton Farm

There are 8 acres of pumpkin patches at Newton Farm in Bath. As well as pumpkin crafts and activities, there is also a maize maze which is always fun!

There is food onsite and wheelbarrows available, but dogs are not allowed.

Where: Bath Pumpkin Picking Patch, Newbridge Road, Newton St Loe, Bath, Somerset, BA1 3NB.

When: Through October.

Tickets: Free – although maize maze needs to be booked. Pumpkins start at £1.


Farrington’s Farm

As well as one of the largest pumpkin fields in Somerset with a huge variety of pumpkins, there are tractor rides, a play barn, a farm park and lots of places to eat.

Where: Farrington’s Farm, Home Farm, Main Street, Farrington Gurney, Bristol, Somerset, BS39 6UB.

When: 1st, 2nd, 8th, 9th, 14th -16th, 20th – 30th October.

Tickets: £2.50 per person. Under 2 – FREE.



Seasonal drinks & bakes

Why not warm up some lovely autumnal flavours. Take advantage of the seasonal apples or local apple juice and make a batch of Hot apple pie punch.


Why not try a seasonal bake – our office manager here at Strawberryfield Park is Irish and this recipe comes highly recommend.

 Irish Barmbrack is a traditional Irish Fruit cake enjoyed around Halloween (or Samhain in Irish).