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Strawberryfield Park is a delightful dog friendly holiday park set within a 14 acre estate in beautiful Somerset countryside, surrounded by the Somerset levels and the Mendip hills. Its an ideal place to get away with family, friends and dogs. Our resident dog on site is called Bella, she is a 12 year old chocolate Labrador that is part of the SFP family. She belongs to the Park owners Mike & Tom so she has been here from the very beginning.
We have a selection of 8 dog friendly one and two bed lodges available on site –
Combe Hay Combe Hay | Strawberryfield Park
Deer Leap Deer Leap | Strawberryfield Park
Blackbird Blackbird | Strawberryfield Park
Diamond Lodge Diamond Lodge | Strawberryfield Park
Whileaway Lodge Whileaway Lodge | Strawberryfield Park
The Sleights The Sleights | Strawberryfield Park
Honeyhurst Honeyhurst | Strawberryfield Park
The Willows The Willows | Strawberryfield Park
The Cider Barn – Draycott
The Barn welcomes everyone and their dog. Resident dog Scrumpy can be found poised on ‘her’ chair. With plenty of local Ciders to taste it’s the perfect spot to relax. Enjoy a cold cider and a pizza on the back terrace while you soak up the sun. With a quiz night, open mic and music Sundays there is always plenty of entertainment. Dog friendly.
The Bath Arms – Cheddar
Located in Cheddar, The Bath Arms is a lovely spot to relax after you have braved the 274 steps of Jacob’s Ladder https://www.cheddargorge.co.uk/explorer/jacobs-ladder-and-lookout-tower to see the stunning views of Cheddar Gorge. The bar is fully stocked and the menu is full of delicious food. Dog friendly.
While you are up the Gorge be sure to pick up some lovely dog treats from https://gorgeousanimals.co.uk/
The Ring O’ Bells – Wookey
If you are exploring Wells and surrounding areas The Ring O Bells pub is a good pit stop. It has been extensively refurbished to bring back the character and history of the 14th century inn. It offers modern amenities in a beautiful setting. The food is delicious, the Sunday roast is highly recommended. Dog friendly.
Soak up the natural beauty that surrounds us here at Strawberryfield Park with this walk. Bring a picnic and enjoy the views from the Draycott Sleights, great exercise for our furry friends.
Deer Leap Viewpoint
From this stunning vantage point we have sweeping views south across the flat land of the Somerset Levels. On a clear day, looking east you can see the dark line of hills marking out Exmoor National Park and if you look in a west south-west direction you can even spot the Bristol Channel glistening in the distance. Located at Ebbor Gorge – this is a beautiful walk through woodland with a bit of climbing and steps to give the pups a good run.
Rowberrow Warren & Dolebury Hill Fort Circular Walk
This is a popular trail for hiking, mountain biking, and running, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day.There are sheep in the fields near the end of the walk, but most of the routes are dog-friendly; otherwise, dogs must be kept on leashes at all times. There are a few different types on the path, but they are all well-kept and simple to navigate.
Wind down on our south facing terraces, have a dip in the hot tub while the dogs bask in the summer sun.
Stay in and have a pamper day.
Watch a movie on our amazing Bang & Olufsen TV’s.
Take a stroll through the beautiful orchard.
Self-catering – allows you the freedom order online and get your groceries delivered right to your door. Or save yourself from cooking and order a takeaway – more details in the welcome folder. You can also spark up the BBQ and enjoy alfresco dining on the terrace.
Check our our website http://www.strawberryfieldpark.co.uk for availability or contact our lovely team in the office on 01934 533280 to enquiry or make a booking.