Our doors are once again closed for browsing but we are able to offer a book and collect system for orders and/or books we have in stock. Safe collection from our door 10am – 1pm Monday – Friday.
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Published by Frances Lincoln, Sept 2020 and available to pre-order from Bailey Hill Bookshop in Castle Cary.
ISBN 978 0 7112 5222 6
Pre-order Secret Gardens of Somerset by filling out the form below:
Bailey Hill is a flourishing independent bookshop situated in the heart of the bustling, historic market town of Castle Cary. Run by a welcoming team of knowledgeable booksellers, our aim is to provide the perfect match between book and customer. We’ve been doing this since the bookshop was established in 1979. The present owner has been here since 2003.
“I came, I browsed, I bought…”
Toby Clements, author of The Kingmaker Quartet
Our aim is to cater for every bibliographical demand; if we don’t have the book in stock, we can generally order for next day delivery.
We value customers of all ages and well behaved dogs.
WHAT WE ARE
We are a browsers’ and book buyers’ paradise and we pride ourselves in having the very best books from independent, national and international publishing houses. Our subject range includes: local and natural history, walking guides and topography together with local and regional maps.
We stock the very latest in contemporary and crime fiction and children’s books for all ages. We cover leisure pursuits especially gardening, cycling, cricket, swimming (wild and otherwise) and cookery books.
We also have gift book editions for all celebratory occasions together with a wonderful selection of cards, wrapping papers, diaries and calendars.
Directions & Parking
Castle Cary is an attractive historic market town. It lies on the edge of rolling countryside between the Somerset Levels, Mendip Hills and the Blackmore Vale.
Parking in town is free.
Easy access from the A303 and train. Castle Cary station is 2 hours journey time on the London to Penzance line.