North Cadbury is a village on the banks of the River Cam, in the county of Somerset. Set amidst unspoiled farmland and ancient woods, it is an idyllic base from which to explore the region. Take a stroll around the village, and you will discover a quiet, rural community, mostly untouched by tourism. There is a post office and a small grocery on Woolston Road, and a cake shop on Ridgeway Lane. Holiday cottages in North Cadbury are a stroll away from a welcoming pub, The Catash Inn, which serves burgers, steaks and a selection of ales and ciders. There is a large beer garden for sunny evenings.

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On the western edge of the village, Sparkford Wood is known for its bluebells and primroses and is a lovely spot for a stroll. There are many landmarks to look out for on self-catering holidays in North Cadbury, including Galhampton Manor House, a grand home dating back to 1723. Nearby, North Cadbury Court is a country house built in the 16th century by Sir Francis Hastings. On Parish Hill, there is a beautiful listed church dedicated to St Michael the Archangel. If you are staying in a North Cadbury holiday cottage in July, enjoy live music and other entertainment at the village‚Äôs Party in the Park. 

A short drive eastward from North Cadbury, Wincanton is a typical Somerset town on the banks of the River Cale. The town centre is home to a variety of shops and a handful of places to eat and drink. The Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lies to the east of North Cadbury, where ancient ruins and manor houses dot the rolling hills. North Cadbury is located near the A303, which runs east towards Salisbury and London, and west towards Devon.