Where to go
Yetminster and Ryme Intrinseca are well placed on the border between Dorset and Somerset for numerous visits. There is a range of holiday cottages, bed and breakfast accommodation and hotels which make the area a perfect base for a holiday and the starting point for some fantastic day trips.
Situated about 5 miles away, with the Quedam shopping centre, multi-screen cinema, ten-pin bowling, swimming pool, recreation centre with 8 lane running track, all weather playing surface and adventure playground, League 1 football club and a range of good restaurants and bars. A few miles to the west of Yeovil is the Ham Hill Country Park with stunning views across Somerset and some fantastic walks
Also about 5 miles away with the impressive Sherborne Abbey, a historic main shopping street togther with some charming bars and restaurants and two Castles.
The Jurassic Coast is England’s first natural World Heritage Site. Covering 95 miles of coastline from East Devon to Dorset, displaying 185 million years of the Earth’s history.
Take B roads through either Closworth or Halstock and then to Beaminster before arriving a Bridport, about 20 miles away. To the west is Eype, Seatown, Charmouth and Lyme Regis while to the East is West Bay, Freshwater, Burton Bradstock and 20 miles of Chesil Beach before the sandy beach at Weymouth and then the isle of Portland.
The North Somerset coast is just over an hour away with the small ports of Watchet and Porlock as well as the larger resort of Minehead. Also an hour away is the popular resort of Weston Super Mare and, a few miles east, the small town of Clevedon with its historic pier.
About 20 miles away is the small town of Street with the famous Clark’s Village retail outlet, while a few miles up the road is Glastonbury Tor and a few miles further still the beautiful City of Wells
Montacute House – 10 miles
Barrington Court -18 miles
Tintinhull House – 10 miles
Stourhead – 25 miles
Kingston Lacey – 40 miles