Cheddar Gorge and Caves: Find out more about our corporate adventures

Leisure & Tourism | South West | Sponsored
Cheddar Gorge and Caves

For event planners looking for a daring and unique experience in an iconic landscape, look no further than the village of Cheddar. Nestled in the heart of the Mendips lies the extraordinary natural wonder that is Cheddar Gorge & Caves. Not only is this prehistoric spectacle a famed Instagram-worthy location for national and international travellers, it is also the home to a newly developed array of corporate pursuit packages to inspire adventure in the hearts of even those least daring.

With two show caves and a huge stretch of the beautiful Gorge on offer, the attraction, synonymous with quality cheese and cider, has designed a variety of brand new packages to please even the most adventurous of teams.

With packages and itineraries from just £35 per person, this iconic gem could be the setting for your next escape. The Lafferty Room, set into the cliff face of the gorge itself, can be hired as a base for your adventure. Enjoy a buffet lunch or hold your meeting overlooking the famous curling highway of Cheddar Gorge.

With world-class caving routes and towering limestone cliffs, the adventurous possibilities are endless. Enjoy a bespoke team building activity transporting fragile cargo through a series of caverns or support one another in a race to the pinnacles.

Brand new for Cheddar Gorge & Caves are two themed Escape Rooms. Test your team to a timed challenge of riddles, clues and lateral thinking to make you way out of Gough’s Vault or find an escape route before being caved in.

Boasting a fully refurbished meeting room, with a view out to the iconic gorge. As well as being less than an hour’s drive from Bristol city centre and walking distance to the quaint and picturesque village of Cheddar, the heart of the Mendips truly is a team building destination with a world of adventure on offer.

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