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CASTLE CARY HOLIDAYS

Golden stone, cobbled streets and markets

Visit Castle Cary

Castle Cary is one of Somerset’s best-kept secrets. With many historic buildings dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries, this wonderfully rural market town is one of the most beautiful spots in the whole of the county. The golden stone of the village exudes a warm glow, and, while it may not be standard for greengrocers and bookshops to line modern day high streets, this is certainly the case in Castle Cary.

Castle Cary Cottages

When it comes to quintessential Somerset towns, you won’t find them much more traditional than Castle Cary. Take a look at our range of self-catering accommodation in and around the local area.

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Somerset Cottages

Scattered with incredible cities, stunning coastal towns and splendid hideaways in the hills, our Somerset holiday cottages are sure to have you head over heels in love with the county.

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Picturesque Somerset, all year round

Somerset is home to some fantastic points of interest to visit on a day out.  No matter what the weather, come rain or come shine, Somerset has many fascinating all-weather places to head to. 

The Somerset beach guide

Somerset boasts a diverse coastline which encompasses dramatic cliffs on the moors, traditional seaside resorts, picturesque harbours and quieter bays. From Clevedon in the North to Porlock Weir in the West, there’s a whole wealth of fantastic beaches to discover. If you’re looking for a holiday beside the Somerset coast, then read our handy guide to help you decide where will suit your needs best.

A market town

A wander through the streets to the centre of town means passing a huge array of traditional shops, delicatessens and pubs. On a Tuesday you can enjoy a traditional market day with the cobbled streets of the town filled with retailers and sellers of fresh local produce right outside of the Grade II listed Market House. Here, you’ll also find the Castle Cary and District Museum, perfect for finding out more about this fascinating town.

You’ll be perfectly placed for exploring the county, with plenty of walks to be enjoyed around the local countryside. These include The Monarch’s Way, Leland Trail and Macmillan Way, as well as walk to the top of Lodge Hill which offers spectacular views. There’s also a train station nearby, allowing easy access from around the UK, including London Paddington.

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