>Martock Area Guide

The village of Martock is located at the edge of the Somerset Levels and is easily accessed from the nearby A303, with buses frequenting the village.

Martock and the nearby surrounding area offers a variety of schools for educational needs, including Martock Primary School, Ash Primary School and Kingsbury Episcopi Primary School. For secondary education, Stanchester Academy is located a short distance away.
Nearby attractions include Ham Hill Country Park, where visitors can if they wish, enjoy orienteering and climbing. Town Tree Nature Garden offers a leisurely day out for the whole family, while both the National Trust supported medieval Treasurer's House and Somerset Cider Brandy Company are also worth a visit.
Martock offers several eateries and pubs. Hollies Hotel and Ash House Hotel provide fine dining, while The Nags Head and Bell Inn also offer excellent food and drink.
Leisure amenities can be found in nearby Yeovil and include a cinema and bowling alley. The Octagon and Swan Theatres provide performances for those interested in the arts, and Yeovil is also home to a wide range of shops, including the Quedam Shopping Centre.
Martock is home to tennis, cricket and rugby clubs, while the Martock Fitness Centre is located near the edge of the village. A sports field and recreation ground can be found in the heart of Martock, so there really is something for everyone’s sporting needs.
A short distance away lies the National Trust-owned Montacute House, a large Elizabethan mansion with exquisite gardens, while for those with an interest in aviation, the Fleet Air Arm Museum houses the largest naval collection of aircraft in Europe.
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