Well Cottage

…places to shop

White Row Farm & Shop - at the A36/A361 roundabout, less than a mile. Serving the local community with finest, local produce, White Row consists of an extensive and award winning farm shop, florist and gift shop, a café, restaurant and grill, fresh fish counter and butchers and a fish and chip shop.

With outdoor seating and children’s play area and not forgetting the chickens and the pigs, White Row is definitely worth a visit.


Mes Amis

Delicatessen & coffee shop, also serves light meals.


Petrol Station Shop

Open 24 hours

…places to eat

The Woolpack - at the mini roundabout in the centre of the village. The Woolpack Hotel, according to local tradition, was built as three cottages in 1581.  Now part of the Old English Inns chain, the bar provides a selection of real cask ales and light meals, with an open fire for colder times.  There is also a small patio and garden area to the rear providing al fresco dining.


The Foresters Arms - down the hill, left into Goose St, 50 yards on the right. Excellent food, friendly service and a good selection of beers.


Mes Amis - just after Goose St. on the left. Delicatessen & coffee shop, also serves light meals.


Little Chef - Located on the same site as the petrol station & Travel Lodge on the A36 roundabout

…places to go

Visit Bath - official Bath tourism site,  

Visit Somerset - official Somerset tourism site,  

Longleat - House and Safari Park  

Cheddar Gorge & Caves,  

Wells Cathedral

Glastonbury Tor





In Beckington…..

Further afield…..

About Beckington

…alternatively

Beckington.org - village website with suggested local walks.

The Macmillan Ways - for a longer walk, part of the route runs nearby

There are also numerous National Trust properties in the area, including Stourhead Mansion & Gardens, Dyrham Park, Cley Hill or the Bath Skyline.







In addition to the above named local businesses you may also find the following of interest:-


Wick Farm, Farleigh Hungerford, Bath -  a medieval farm steeped in history and built for the monks at nearby Hinton Priory. Dating from 1372 it is set in 37 acres of stunning countryside, complete with horses, sheep, pigs, chickens and even a duck pond.  An ideal wedding venue.


The Glass Hub, Wingfield - an educational centre based in South West England where students of all abilities can learn and develop the ancient craft of glass making. The Glass Hub provide extensive glass-working facilities alongside the support of an excellent, highly qualified and experienced team of tutors to foster individual creative growth and expertise.


Vobster Quay, Upper Vobster, Radstock - the UK's friendliest inland diving centre. Whether you're a certified diver looking for some fresh water fun or completely new to scuba diving, Vobster Quay has something to offer.  For certified divers, there's no better place to hone your diving skills and have fun than at Vobster Quay. With 36-acres of fresh water diving in depths ranging from 6m to 36m, divers of all levels will find the heady mix of exciting underwater attractions and a full range of diving support services hard to resist.