- 6 guests
- 3 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
a perfect lodge for family and friends
Our Langford Lodge has 3 bedrooms, two king size bedrooms, one with an ensuite, a twin bedroom and a family bathroom, there's enough room for all your family and friends. The open plan living area boasts a comfy seating area, large dining table and fully equipped kitchen, there's everything you need for a self-catering holiday with your family and friends. Head out the French Doors to your own decking area and take in the surrounding scenery.
*images shown are of a typical Langford Lodge
- Enclosed/gated decking
- Fridge Only
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Wine cooler
- Double bed
- Double bedroom with en suite
- TV in bedroom
- Twin bedroom
- Early check in available
- Free Wifi
- Iron & ironing board
- Family bathroom
Things to know
- 14.00 check in
- Smoking and vaping are prohibited in all lodges and inside any public buildings onsite.
- Free Wi-Fi is subject to network connections
No, this is not a pet friendly accommodation.
Check-ins are available from 14:00.
If you are likely to arrive after 18:00, please call our resort reception team on 01934 742 610 to let them know.
Check-out time is at 10:00 am on the day of your departure. We kindly ask that you leave your accommodation as you found it.
Yes, there is parking next to all our lodges.
Yes, it is and guests should use the postcode BS27 3DB., you can then put your lodge number and the park name in the delivery notes.
Yes, towels are provided. Robes are not provided, but are available for hire from reception.
Cheddar Woods is located just off the A371 near the Cheddar Reservoir. If you’re traveling from the North then take the M5 South just past Weston-Super-Mare. If you’re coming from the South then head for the A37 until Shepton Mallet.
Set your satnav to postcode: BS27 3DB.
We are ideally located close to some of the best Somerset attractions. Cheddar Gorge is 2 miles East from the park, around 5 minutes by car.
Unfortunately we don’t at the moment. Please ask at reception to find out where the closest ones are.
No, the distribution of power to the units cannot sustain prolonged high usage.