Woolverton is a small hamlet situated approximately 10 miles south of Bath. The nearby picturesque villages of Rode, Beckington and Norton St Philip offer post offices, village stores, delicatessen, a petrol station with a local Marks & Spencer, two excellent primary schools and a doctors’ surgery. There are also several good local pubs close by including The Red Lion, The Mill at Rode and The George at Norton St Philip.
Regularly topping the Sunday Times Best Places to Live Guide, Frome is located four miles from Southwinds Farm. The monthly market attracts people from all over the country and the town has an excellent array of independent shops, restaurants and a cinema. The Frome Festival is recognised as a big draw with its packed programme of art, music and history, alongside the Black Swan arts centre and the Cheese & Grain, famed for hosting the secret Foo Fighters gig in 2017.
The closest golf course is at Orchardleigh House which is a 2 minute drive away and Babington House is also a short drive away.
The UNESCO World Heritage City of Bath is approximately 10 miles away and offers a wonderful array of chain and independent retail outlets, many fine restaurants, cafes and wine bars. Bath offers a number of well-respected cultural activities which include a world famous music and literary festival, the attractions at The Roman Baths and Pump Rooms along with many lovely museums and art galleries. The market town of Frome has an excellent up and coming reputation and is well known for some beautiful shops and a countywide market. ‘The Cheese and Grain’ hosts various well supported events.
Woolverton is on the regular bus route between Bath and Frome.
Both Frome and Bath have direct rail links to London in under two hours and services to Bristol, Salisbury and the south coast.