A village in the parish of the same name (which containing the famous hamlet of Seatown), near Bridport and Lyme Regis. Once a year people come here to competitively eat stinging nettles. No, I'm *not* kidding.
Cities near Chideock
- 1UK9 reviews
lovely place to go i love it
- 2UK1 review
- 3UK4 reviews
Surprised, a little bit sad 2008
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- 10UK1 review
Another pleasant market town in North Dorset. Famous for the castle and abbey which were unfortunately both closed when we visited. Contains a number of independent shops including a couple of nice bakeries.
- 11UK112 reviews
Bath is a historical little city- it almost feels more like a town. There's a certain Oliver Twist-ian feel to this city: tourists come to stare up in wonder at the grand Georgian townhouses that parade the streets, particularly the curve of the spectacular Royal Crescent and the ring of houses that create the Circus. There are cafes galore, sitting ...
- 12UK17 reviews
- 13UK9 reviews
This sweet little town in Somerset is also famed for its mystic powers...climb Glastonbury Tor, poke around in the pagan shops, or head here to party at any Beltane or Samhain. Yes, you'll see some older hippies, but they're friendly, and there are lots of nice bookshops and cafes on the Main Street.
- 14UK8 reviews
brilliant time had with Margaret,Eric and Todger
- 15UK9 reviews
Fantastic small city
- 16UK3 reviews
A really nice small town, mainly went there to see Cheddar Gorge, but it's also nice to see the home of Cheddar cheese itself.
- 17UK3 reviews
Lovely old town in Somerset. Featured in the movie Hot Fuzz.
- 18UK3 reviews
Interesting town with lots of sole traders providing a wide range of products. Make your way on foot through the town to the port where there are a variety of cafes and restaurants. Here you can watch the boats and admire the Sunseaker yachts
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- 20UK4 reviews
good memoreis of the 80,s ,lived on locking road for about 5 yrs,loved it,will go bk,2 the supermud loool .