Location of "Enniskerry", The Loves Cottage

Evercreech, Somerset

Evercreech is a village and civil parish 3 miles (4.8 km) south east of Shepton Mallet, and 5 miles (8.0 km) north east of Castle Cary, in the Mendip district of Somerset, England. Evercreech Junction was a railway station on the Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway. It was replaced by Evercreech New railway station from 1874 to 1966, when it closed.


Is directly at the front of the cottage, there is also space available directly opposite the cottage alongside the wall in Cedar Close for overnight parking as a second option.  


Nearest Airport: Bristol, International

Nearest local train station - Castle Cary - 5 miles by road. First Great Western operate through this station with direct train from London Paddington, taking 1hr 15mins. Trains run to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bath, Taunton, Exter, Paignton, Plym,outh, Truro,Penzance, Falmouth and St. Ives.

There is also a bus link between St Austell and The Eden Project. Southwest operates buses through Evercreech to Wincanton, Shepton Mallet, Yeovil, Oakhill, Bruton, Castlecary, Salisbury, and Street.

Travel Line Bus and Coach information - tel: 0870 6082608

The closest local bus station is Wells.

Bath and Bristol are the closest main bus and train stations with transfers.



Mums - 01963 441121

Number Seven - 01963 351015

Castle Cary taxis - 01963 351333


A Taxis - 01749 670200


Shepton Taxis - 01749 643888


Evercreech has a Co-op which incorporates a newsagent, cash machine and post office. The Co-op is open from 07:30 - 22:00 every day inclusing sunday. There is a bakers, doctor's surgery, chemist, fish and chip shop, two pubs and a church.   A large Tesco superstore and a retail park is on the edge of Shepton Mallet with the town itself, being approximately three miles away.

 For other detailed information, please visit    www.britinfo.net/index_Evercreech.htm