Yeovil Travel Guide
There’s plenty to do besides shopping in Yeovil, the Octagon Theatre
always has a varied and ambitious programme of events, the smaller Swan Theatre puts on several
innovative productions every year. The David Hall Arts Centre has a growing
reputation for staging cutting edge dramatic and musical events. For the more
active Yeovil has a top class dry ski slope and the Recreation Centre
boasts an international standard athletics arena.
Yeovil’s rural location has long nurtured a tradition of high quality local produce, many farmhouse cheeses
are produced in the area and there are a number of small vineyards, some open
to the public. There are plenty of restaurants
and pubs in and the around
the town offering a wide range of local foods and international cuisines.
Nightlife in Yeovil is typical of a small country town with just one or two clubs but
plenty of pubs and bars offering a range of varied entertainment.
Within a short driving distance of Yeovil the surrounding countryside is full of
interesting places to visit. Just 4 miles to the west of town is the
magnificently preserved Elizabethan Montacute
House and its formal English gardens. Bruton Dovecote and Tintinhull House,
2 National Trust managed Homes are also well worth a visit.
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