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Tel code: 01963 | code search
Postcode: BA7 | code search
Population: 3080
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George Hotel
"Good Points: Good friendly reception and meal service. Wireless internet available in my room - maybe not in all. Friendly hotel cat! Bed and linen clean and comfortable. Bad Points: Potentially ..." More

George Hotel
"wonderful place to stay, beautiful bedrooms, great food and beer was great Thanks for a lovely stay

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George Hotel
"We my wife and I spent last night at the George we both enjoyed the visit we cannot speak higher of the welcome we received it was brilliant but mayby ..." More

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Castle Cary is a popular small Somerset town built of the local 'Hadspen ' stone which gives the town's buildings their lovely golden colour. A 12th century castle that was built on the hill behind the town, now long gone, gave the town its name. The village is on the main West of England railway between Penzance and London Paddington, which has made it quite a popular choice for those seeking to combine working in London with life in the countryside. Partly because of this commuter population and their cultured tastes, the town has a wide range of specialist shops that include high quality grocers, a thriving art gallery, delicatessens, cafes and restaurants. Cloth has been produced commercially in Castle Cary since at least the 14th century and John Boyd Textiles continue that tradition. It is the only horse hair weaving factory left in the UK. The Market House dominates the centre of town, housing the Museum, two old prison cells and the Information Centre. The largest church in the town is All Saints'. This dates from 1470 and is notable for its high steeple, which houses six bells dating from 1760 and made by Thomas Bilbie of the Bilbie family.


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Castle Cary and District Museum and Preservation Society


Dance - Market House Dance Studio


Blythwood Cottage
Kingfisher Barn


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Websters Estate Agents Ltd


George Hotel
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Brook House Inn and Touring Caravan Park
Horse Pond Inn & Motel
Two Swans
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Number Seven Taxis

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E J Parker & Son
Julian Barran

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George Hotel (0.19 miles)

George Hotel

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The George Hotel is a friendly, family run, thatched 15th century Country Town Hotel, It is situated in the centre of the historic town of Castle Cary. Seventeen en-suite guest rooms ... More

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Clanville Manor (1.31 miles)

Clanville Manor

Clanville Manor, built in 1743 of the local, honey coloured 'Cary' stone was bought by the Snook family in 1898; Robert continues the family farming tradition here and Sally offers a traditional, quality farmhouse B&B ... More | visit website

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Yarlington House (2.38 miles)

Yarlington House
Yarlington House is an elegant Georgian manor house built of mellow brick in classical style, set in its own grounds of parkland thus giving complete privacy. It has gracious rooms and spacious and interesting ... More | visit website
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The Pilgrims At Lovington (3.01 miles)

The Pilgrims At Lovington
The English countryside is dotted with chocolate-box roses-round-the-door pubs on village greens, where the sun's always shining and nothing disturbs the birdsong except the occasional thwack of leather on willow. And sometimes they even ... More | visit website
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Catash Inn (3.08 miles)

Catash Inn

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This fantastic Inn is located in the Somerset village of North Cadbury. The attractive village of North Cadbury is set amidst orchards and contains many stone built cottages, the handsome ... More

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Pecking Mill Inn (3.44 miles)

Pecking Mill Inn
Set in the beautiful Somerset Countryside, just 1 mile from the Bath and West Showground, this 16th century building offers Bed & Breakfast, a full A-La-Carte Restaurant and a peaceful and relaxing bar. We also ... More | visit website
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Holbrook House (4.05 miles)

Holbrook House

Holbrook House is a Traditional Country House Hotel in every way from the large log fires in the lounge to the landscaped gardens and ground. The House is nestled in to 17 acres of beautiful ... More | visit website

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Sparkford Inn (4.36 miles)

Sparkford Inn

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Just off a303 between Wincanton and Yeovil, half way point for London and Cornwall. It is ideal for Haynes Motor Museum. A 15th Century coaching inn, ... More

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Red Lion Inn (5.00 miles)

Red Lion Inn
Welcome to The Red Lion Inn, Babcary - a beautiful thatched country pub in the heart of this unspoilt Somerset village. Pubs have always been at the heart of the local community and The Red ... More | visit website
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The Dolphin Hotel (5.29 miles)

The Dolphin Hotel
The Dolphin Hotel is a listed building dating back to the 16th Century and has been run as family business since the early 1980ís. The Dolphin Hotel is a well established hotel in the heart of ... More | visit website

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