A small Somerset village in a peaceful location between Castle Cary, Wincanton and Bruton.
Shepton Montague is just south of Bruton and only a few minutes drive by car from the historic market town of Castle Cary where there is a good range of shops and business facilities catering for most daily needs. Wincanton is also only a short drive, with supermarkets, racecourse, play centres and leisure centre. Each of the towns has Primary and Secondary schools.
The Newt in Somerset, formerly the Hadspen Estate and now a major garden and countryside attraction, plus luxury hotel and spa, is adjacent to the village. Hauser and Wirth Somerset, a pioneering gallery and multi purpose arts centre, is on the outskirts of Bruton.
The location provides access to good transport links. 2 hours from London by train and road. 4 miles from the A303 giving easy access West and East.
Castle Cary station is 3 miles away with mainline trains to Paddington. Templecombe station is 7 miles away with a regular service to Exeter and London Waterloo. Bruton station is 2 miles away with trains running to Bath, Bristol and Weymouth.
Berry’s coaches run a direct bus from Wincanton to London Hammersmith, taking 2.5 hrs.
The A303 is accessed at Wincanton giving good access to London and the Home Counties via the M3/M25.
Bristol International Airport is also within easy driving distance.