Somerset Manor Farm, TA10

As its name suggests, Somerset Manor Farm is home to an impressive 16th century manor house, beautifully preserved and full of character. The interior rooms have been recently renovated in a classic and elegant ‘English Country’ style. Adjoining the house to the rear is the walled garden and an original small brick chapel amongst the shrubs and trees.

Once a working dairy farm, glimpses of its past unravel within the old farm courtyard where a collection of characterful barns with red tin roofs can be found, complete with their original flagstone floors and exposed timber frames. Near to the barns, in the meadow, lie a set of old traditional stables and hay store, providing further rustic backdrop opportunities.

  • 15 acres of flat grass fields, wild flower meadows, established gardens and an orchard
  • Stunning 6x bedroom Country Manor House, renovated to a very high standard (available to hire both inside and out)
  • 16th century farm courtyard featuring 3x traditional and derelict barns (one includes an original cider press) along with old stables and hay store located nearby
  • Chapel within the garden grounds
  • Dogs and horses
  • ‘Shoot and Stay’ available


Parking is available at the farm for up to 20x crew vehicles. There is also access to a warm, dry base onsite, with electricity for tea-making and toilet facilities.

With catering companies covering the local area, a farm shop within a 5 minute walk and a public house serving food within a 5 minute drive of the farm, there are numerous catering options nearby.

Somerset Manor House does offer a ‘Shoot and Stay’ option, with rooms available inside the main house for crew to overnight stay. Alternatively, there are local B&Bs within walking distance of the farm, with further accommodation in a public house approx a 10 minute drive away.


Trains run from London Paddington to Castle Cary station (1 hour 30 minutes). The farm is approximately a 20 minute drive from Castle Cary station.

Approximately a 3 hour drive from Central London.

The farm is just over an hour’s drive from The Bottle Yard Studios in Bristol