By Road
From the North:
M5 to Junction 24 
or 25.

From the East: M25/M3/A303

From the South: A35/A37

From the West: A30/A303
By Rail
Great Western Trains on the London Paddington to Plymouth line serve Castle Cary and Taunton.
South West Trains on the London Waterloo to Exeter line serve Templecombe, Yeovil Junction and Crewkerne.
Wales and West Trains on the Heart of Wessex line serve Bruton, Castle Cary and Yeovil Pen Mill.

For information about Train Services call (0345) 484950.

By Air
To Bristol airport (35miles from Yeovil)

Exeter Airport
(40 miles)

Bournemouth airport (35miles).
By Sea
From Cherbourg, Le Havre, Dieppe, St Malo and Roscoff to Portsmouth, Southampton, Poole or Plymouth.

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Explore by Bike or Bus, Short Breaks, Plant Nurseries & Garden Gourmets.

Cothay Manor, said to be the most perfect example of a small medieval manor Hestercombe Gardens, 40 acres of walks, streams & temples Barrington Court Gardens, an enchanting collection of walled formal gardens East Lambrook Manor, the internationally famous Grade 1 Listed 'English Cottage Garden. Forde Abbey, 30 acres of world famous award winning gardens. Lower Severalls, an enchanting & original garden with an informal air. Montacute, a fine Elizabethan house, with a treasured garden designed by Sackville-West. Tintinhull, a small manor house garden presented in seven 'rooms'. Lytes Cary, once the home of medieval herbalist Henry Lyte.