Here are a few suggestions for a great start to the day when staying at Home Farm Cottages near Cheddar. 4* Gold rated self catering cottages in Somerset. (A full english – what a way to kick the day off!).
Just 2 miles from Home Farm in Winscombe is the very popular Pantry.
Breakfasts from 8:30 to 10:30 inside or outside (blankets supplied when needed). (Also great for a coffee and/or lunch).
Parking is just behind the Woodborough Pub (30 yards away), and after breakfast you are all set for your days visits – and if you need some ideas visit HomeFarmCottages.co.uk/things-to-do, or just meander back to you cottage for a chill, enjoy the views or enjoy a film on Netflix.
Banwell Garden Centre
Open every day for breakfast and lunch (from 09:00 am). Sundays from 10:00 AM
Just a couple of miles from Home Farm Holiday Cottages in Barton there is easy parking and after your fill you can wander around the garden centre and maybe even select a few plants to take home with you at the end of your holiday.
From Home Farm the garden centre is on the way towards Weston Super Mare and/or the M5 so after breakfast you can journey on to your first experience of the day – looking for something different? – then check out homefarmcottages.co.uk/try-something-different.
Open Wednesday to Sunday 10-4.
Offering breakfast/lunch and coffee/tea/cake.
After breakfast enjoy the centre of Axbridge and you can from here walk along the Strawberry Line, around the Cheddar reservoir, or go on to Cheddar with its gorge, caves and of course cheese.
Yeo Valley Canteen
So popular you need to book online to be sure you can get in! https://www.yeovalley.co.uk/the-canteen/
Located in Yeo Valley head office it is open to the public for lunches as well.
After your feast the Yeo Valley Garden is nearby or travel on to visit Blagdon and Chew valley lakes.