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Welcome to Sparkford Inn and Restaurant

Address: High Street, Yeovil, BA22 7JH

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Just off a303 between Wincanton and Yeovil, half way point for London and Cornwall. It is ideal for Haynes Motor Museum. A 15th Century coaching inn, The Sparkford Inn is located in the centre of Sparkford Village, just off of the a303 and the gateway to the West Country. The Sparkford Inn provides comfortable accommodation with 11 en-suite rooms (breakfast included), an excellent restaurant and 2 bars.

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Bruton School for Girls - University

Bruton School for Girls - University

Distance 6.06 miles (9.7 km)
Bruton School for Girls is an independent day and boarding school for girls aged 2 18 located near Pitcombe in Bruton in south east Somerset, England. The school comprises Sunny Hill Nursery and Pre-Preparatory, Sunny Hill Preparatory, a senior school and sixth form with an overall attendance of approximately 350 pupils, of whom a third are boarders.[2] A small number of boys also attend the nursery and pre-prep.Bruton School for Girls celebrated its centenary in 2001. The school was originally founded as a private day and boarding school and named Sunny Hill School. In 1911 it became a public secondary school and received an annual
endowment from the Hugh Sexeys Charity and grants from Somerset County Council. After the passing of the 1944 Education Act, Sunny Hill School became fully independent. In 1961, the school changed its name to Bruton School for Girls and in 1997 extended its Junior Department to take students from age 3.

Sherborne Abbey - Sherborne - Castle

Sherborne Abbey - Sherborne - Castle

Distance 6.3 miles (10.08 km)
Along with the towns two castles, Sherborne Abbey is one of the main attractions to the historic market town of Sherborne. It is a magnificent building, with around thirteen hundred years of history, and well worth a visit. There is no admission charge but a donation is recommended. Each year there is also the Sherborne Abbey Festival, the programme of events for which has proved to be a great success. Sherborne Abbey is one of only 18 churches awarded 5 stars in Simon Jenkins' England's Thousand Best Churches. He writes " I would pit Sherborne's roof against any contemporary work of the Italian Renaissance".

Sherborne Castle - Sherborne - Castle

Sherborne Castle - Sherborne - Castle

Distance 6.56 miles (10.5 km)
The first building on the site of the current castle was that of a hunting lodge set in a large deer park. Sir Walter Raleigh fell in love with the Sherborne estate on his way to Plymouth and Queen Elizabeth I persuaded the current owners the Church, to relinquish the estate to the Crown. The lease (of 99 years) was transferred to Raleigh and he attempted to modernise the existing 12th century building (the current old castle) without success. He then planned and built a new home on the site of the hunting lodge. You can enjoy the splendour of Sherborne Castle as the venue for your event, and revel in the exclusive ambience for a private function, business meeting, wedding, small conference or event.

Wincanton Racecourse - Wincanton - Racecourse

Wincanton Racecourse - Wincanton - Racecourse

Distance 6.68 miles (10.69 km)
Wincanton Racecourse provides a mixture of excitement, action, sociability and areas to eat and drink in style. The 17 fixtures of quality jump racing between October and May provides the opportunity to soak up the social atmosphere and experience the thrills of the horses thundering past the stands. As well as hosting entertaining action the daily facilities provides a unique, ambient and accessible venue for wedding receptions, conferences, meetings and exhibitions. Golfing at Wincanton is also available and provides a testing challenge for both beginners and advanced golfers. Great racing and plenty of entertainment for all the family.

Yeovil College - University

Yeovil College - University

Distance 6.76 miles (10.81 km)
Yeovil College was established in 1887 and is located in Yeovil, Somerset, South West Region. The College offers both full- and part-time in A-levels, BFD, BND, AVCE options, business training, apprenticeships, vocational and professional learning. The College has CoVE status in tourism, hospitality and engineering. The College offers a wide range of subjects, such as, Business Administration, Hairdressing, Furniture Studies, Child Care, Performing Arts, Science and Computing, Electrical Engineering, Carpentry and Joinery, Performing Manufacturing Operations, Digital Print, Engineering, Plumbing, Hospitality and Catering.