Location Map and Directions
The idyllic grounds of this family home extend to 200 acres and whilst they are secluded, the bustling Somerset town of Castle Cary
is within 2 miles.
Clanville Manor is in a rural location about a mile from Castle Cary railway station (on the B3153 road). This road runs between the A371 Wincanton to Shepton Mallet road, and the A37 Yeovil to Bristol road.
Public transport is sometimes erratic, taxis are expensive and hard to find. So, it is highly recommended that you have your own car to explore the area fully.
Directions: How to find Clanville Manor (BA7 7PJ)
Please use these instructions with a road map or Sat Nav and you will easily find us! We are not in the town of Castle Cary. Some Sat Navs take you to Lone Oak with the postcode, but I will have the keys at the main farmhouse; see final directions below*
From M3/A303 (London)
[NB 18th July to 10th October: Traffic light replacement on A371.
Take the A371 Wincanton turning and follow that for approx. 4 miles to the crossroads with the A359.
Turn left on A359 (signposted Sparkford), for 1 mile and turn left on the B3152 (signposted Castle Cary) This brings you along South Street; drive for 1.5 miles and towards the end of the left hand side houses in South Street you will see a left turn, South Cary Lane.
Take this and follow along (narrow) down the hill, across a crossroads at the bottom of the hill, along Blackworthy Road, past a very large factory on your right. At the end of this road turn left at the T junction (B3153) You will then see countdown signs to the railway bridge over the road at the end of our drive. Now follow final directions below *]
Take the A371 Wincanton turning and follow that, for 6 miles north, to Castle Cary. However, do not go into Castle Cary. Continue on the A371 through Ansford traffic lights and for about another mile, down a hill, DO NOT TAKE THE B3152 left turn, but take the next left, B3153, signposted Somerton. Continue through the village of Clanville for 3/4 of a mile. You will see signs counting down to the ‘low’ bridge (4.5m/14′ 9″) which is at the end of our drive. Now follow final directions below *
From Devon and Cornwall (A303)
Take the A37 turning from the A303, at Podimore, north, signposted Bristol/Shepton Mallet. Continue for 4 miles to the traffic lights at Lydford. Turn right onto the B3153. Follow this for 4 miles through the villages of Lovington and Alford. You will see signs counting down to the ‘low’ bridge (4.5m/14′ 9″) which is at the end of our drive. Now follow final directions below *
From the M5
Take junction 23 (Bridgwater). Take the A39 signposted Glastonbury and Wells, for about 1 mile to a T junction and turn LEFT, still on the A39. Follow this for 8 miles until you get to the Pipers Pub. Take the RIGHT hand turn (B3151). Follow B3151 3 miles to a cross-roads (nasty junction)! Go straight across and follow the B3151 for another 4 miles to a T junction. Turn LEFT (B3153). Follow this for 3 miles to traffic lights at Lydford, and then for another 4 miles. You will see signs counting down to the ‘low’ bridge (4.5m/14′ 9″) which is at the end of our drive. Now follow final directions below *
From the M4
Junction 18, follow A46 towards Bath, then pick up signs to Radstock, A367, and follow that all the way to the A37. Turn left, bypass Shepton Mallet and join the A371 signposted Castle Cary. Follow A371 for approximately 6 miles, past Castle Cary station, take the next right, B3153, signposted Somerton. You will see signs counting down to the ‘low’ bridge (4.5m/14′ 9″) which is at the end of our drive. Now follow final directions below *
* Final directions
The end of our drive is just under the railway bridge. Take care on the drive as there are ‘speed bumps’, drive around to the back of the house. Tallet guests please open the gate marked ‘Guests’ car park’ and park in the graveled car park. Guests for Lone Oak cottage should park outside the Guests’ car park.
Please make your way into the car park and come to the back of the house where I shall look out for you unless we have made other arrangements.