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 regional centres of Yeovil and Bath are within commuting distance, as is the historic Abbey town Sherborne and the hilltop town of Shaftesbury.

The National Trust centres of Stourhead and Alfred’s Tower are a short drive from the village. Both offering wonderful walks and spectacular scenery, especially in the Autumn months.

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.

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