West Somerset Railway And Cheddar
- Journey aboard the West Somerset Railway
- Cream tea on board
- Trip to Cheddar
- Relax in seaside Weston-super-Mare
Enjoy a day out aboard the West Somerset Railway, the longest heritage railway in England! The route meanders through the pretty scenery of the Quantock Hills to the popular seaside resorts on the coast and we include a delightful cream tea on board.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1: Home to Weston-super-Mare
Your break starts today as you travel to Weston-super-Mare by luxury coach. Our coaches are a relaxing way to start your trip, as you’ll enjoy a large amount of legroom to stretch out and let beautiful British countryside pass you by. Tuck into a delicious evening meal on arrival and after check-in. (Dinner)
Days 2 to 4: Weston-super-Mare
We spend the next three days in the lively resort of Weston-super-Mare during which time we will explore Somerset on two included excursions.
We take a trip on the West Somerset Railway taking in the majestic scenery of this area of the country while enjoying a delicious cream tea along the way.
We also travel to the beautiful village of Cheddar, close to magnificent Cheddar Gorge with its unique selection of ecology including various birdlife and even mountain goats.
The other day is reserved for free time in Weston-super-Mare. Weston-super-Mare has a huge array of attractions to keep you entertained, whether you want to walk along the coast or just relax at the seafront there’s sure to be something to keep you entertained. The hotel’s close proximity to the town’s train station means that you can be in Bristol or Taunton, in half an hour. (Breakfast, Dinner)
Day 5: Weston-super-Mare to Home
It’s our last day! After enjoying a delicious breakfast in the hotel’s restaurant we’ll travel home. Why not start planning your next Shearings break or order a brochure through the Roadshow entertainment system? (Breakfast)
Grand Atlantic Hotel
- Stay in the heart of Weston-super-Mare resort, just a short walk from the beach
- Enjoy delicious meals in the elegant restaurant and unwind in stylish lounges
- Close to great attractions including Bath, Bristol and the Mendip Hills
We are delighted to announce that from January 2020 this hotel will be part of our Bay Preferred Collection. To find out more about these handpicked hotels, visit shearings.com/baypreferred
Stay with us at a hotel that harks back to the glory days of the traditional British seaside resort in the beautiful and imposing turreted Grand Atlantic Hotel.
The hotel is located in the heart of Weston-super-Mare, just off Marine Parade, with spectacular views over the sea. The Grand Pier is just a five minute walk away along the pretty streets, lined with cafes, pubs and restaurants.
Weston-super-Mare train station is just a 10 minute walk away and from there you can get a direct connection to Bristol in just half an hour. Or explore the majesty of the Mendip Hills which begin just outside of town, the pretty town of Cheddar can be reached by a half hour drive or hour long bus ride.
In the hotel you can enjoy delicious meals from a varied menu all prepared by our wonderful chefs and served in our modern restaurant. The hotel also has multiple room options including superb superior and standard plus rooms which offer even more comfort and space as well as spectacular views out over the water.Back to top
Full Day West Somerset Railway and Cider Farm - Included
Full day excursion calling at Sheppy's Cider Farm, with a new, extensive shop with cider tasting available and a whole range of Somerset produce on offer. From here we continue and board the West Somerset Railway, enjoying a delicious cream tea along the way.
Full Day West Somerset Railway - Included
Full day excursion including a journey aboard the West Somerset Railway, enjoying a delicious cream tea along the way.
Half Day Cheddar - Included
Half day jaunt calling at Cheddar, set below the towering Cheddar Gorge cliffs which have fascinated visitors for centuries.Back to top