On our way to an afternoon tea, we decided to take a quick drive and wander through Cheddar Gorge and it was beautiful!
Cheddar Gorge is a limestone gorge in the Mendip Hills. Located near the village, Cheddar in Somerset which was formed by melt-water floods during the cold periglacial period.
Today, the gorge has opened two caves, which were discovered in 1903 and 1837 to the public as the Cheddar Gorge main attraction. (These will be visited in 2017!)