>Crewkerne Area Guide

 Just half an hour away from the stunning Jurassic coastline, and home of the Ariel Atom sports car, the market town of Crewkerne is situated in South Somerset.

Accessed via the A303, A30 and A37, Crewkerne also features a London line railway station and numerous bus routes in and out of the town.
Historically, King Alfred the Great left Crewkerne to his son in his will. With various ties to history in general, Crewkerne is also well known as an antiques town and has been featured on various television programs. For a day out, Cricket St Thomas mansion and Barrington Court are worth a visit to sample even more local history.
Crewkerne is home to many educational establishments such as St Bartholomew’s School, Ashlands First School, Wadham School and Maiden Beech Academy.
Crewkerne features a range of shopping amenities including a Waitrose supermarket, while cafes, restaurants and pubs also call the town their home.
For dining out, Crewkerne features a wide variety of options. Indian food can be found at the Bengal Raj, while the White Lion and Haselbury Mill offer more traditional meals. Bilbys Coffee Shop and Oscar’s Wine Bar provide alternative means of socialisation.
Crewkerne offers several sporting facilities, such as the sports centre and aqua centre, and for equestrian activities the Hill View Riding Stables are nearby. The town is also home to two football clubs and two rugby teams.
It’s easy to see why Crewkerne is a popular place to live and visit, so to find out more please contact Orchards Estates today.