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Black Swan Dental
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Situated nine miles south west of Yeovil, the town of Crewkerne is well connected by road, rail and river. It lies on the River Parrett and the A30, and is also served by the West of England Main Line Railway. Crewkerne was mentioned in the will of the Saxon King Alfred, although it was known back then as Crocern, or Cruaern. It was a royal manor at the time of the Domesday Book of 1086. The town prospered in medieval times due to the textile industry, its wealth preserved in its beautiful 15th century church, St Bartholomew's, which stands on the site of an earlier Saxon church. During Georgian times it also prospered as a coaching town. Several notable Georgian buildings still survive, including Crewkerne Town Hall. Attractions nearby include the beautiful Horn Park Gardens, which is only four miles away, and the Beaminster museum just five miles from the town. You could also visit Forde Abbey and Grange, which was founded in 1146. During the four centuries between the reign of King Stephen and the Reformation it was one of the most significant Cistercian monasteries in England. All the buildings seen today were in existence during the Middle Ages.


Chalmers & Co
Freeman Baker Associates
Kastle Gate Financial Services
Richard Keylock Accountancy Ltd.


The Old Bakery


Black Swan Dental
Orchard Lane Dental Practice


Crewkerne Health Centre
The Surgery

Estate Agent

Black Horse Agencies - Alder King
Gribble Booth & Taylor
T R G Lawrence & Son

Farmers Market

Crewkerne Farmers Market


Crewkerne Country Market
Crewkerne Farmers Market

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Kings Arms
Old Stagecoach Inn
Royal Oak
White Hart


Cedric's At The White Swan
Kempters Restaurant
Prince Of Bengal
White Lion Carvery


Maiden Beech Middle School
Perrott Hill School


The Stokes Partnership



Sports Clubs

North Perrott CC (Cricket)


Shirleys Florists
Barrett Bros
North Perrott Farm Shop & Garden Centre
Stuart Marsh
Blake Gallery
West Street Gallery
The Organic Shop


Antiques Bazaar



Hill View Riding Centre(Riding)

Places to Stay near Crewkerne

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The George Hotel & Courtyard Restaurant (0.05 miles)

The George Hotel & Courtyard Restaurant
The George Hotel, situated in the heart of Crewkerne, has provided travellers with a warm welcome, comfortable bed and much needed refreshment for over 400 years. The current owner Frank Joyce, purchased the Hotel in ... More | visit website
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Haselbury Mill (1.47 miles)

Haselbury Mill

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Haselbury Mill is blessed with unmatched views, set in a tranquil lakeside, river and garden location all within 14 acres of glorious Somerset countryside. Set in the rural heartland of ... More

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Middle Farmhouse (1.48 miles)

Middle Farmhouse

Jan and Terry offer you a warm welcome at Middle Farmhouse, which is a non-working farmhouse situated in the quiet rural hamlet of Hewish. We are 2 miles south of the Georgian town of Crewkerne, on ... More | visit website

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Manor Arms (2.10 miles)

Manor Arms
The Manor Arms, Grade II listed building, is situated in the conservation village of North Perrott and dates back to the 16th Century. Overlooking the green, the Inn has been lovingly restored, retaining much of ... More | visit website
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Seaborough Manor Farmhouse (2.51 miles)

Seaborough Manor Farmhouse

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Seaborough Manor is a 14th century farmhouse surrounded by countryside and a racing stable.There is a choice of two double bedrooms including one en-suite with separate child’s room and a ... More

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Childhay Manor (4.05 miles)

Childhay Manor

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Amidst beautiful rolling hills and tranquil Dorset countryside, this delightful property (the left half of the manor house shown in the photograph) boasts its own private garden ... More

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Cricket St. Thomas Hotel (4.34 miles)

Cricket St. Thomas Hotel
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Cricket St Thomas is a splendid example of 18th century architecture. Designed by Sir John Soane, this Grade II listed ... More | visit website
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New Inn (4.42 miles)

New Inn
Welcome to The New Inn, each of our rooms are tastefully decorated and furnished with antique wardrobes and dressing tables and are situated in our sunny pleasant garden on the ground floor in a separate ... More | visit website
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Pieris (4.44 miles)

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Nestling in a sheltered and peaceful valley beside a tree lined mill pond, this delightful cluster of cottages stands in six acres of superbly landscaped grounds. Perfectly ... More

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Hollies Hotel (5.18 miles)

Hollies Hotel
Michelin Recommended hotel set around landscaped gardens & furnished terraces. Luxury rooms & suites, contemporary restaurant & stylish bar. Beautiful medieval village location, with in view of the Iron Age Ham Hill Country Park

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