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Arriving from the direction of GLASTONBURY on the A361, drive through the village of Pilton past the top of the hill.
Staying on the A361 you will next pass the B3136 to Shepton mallet on the left. Carry on along the A361 for about ½ mile and at the East Compton sign, signal left and begin to slow down.
Soon after you will see farm buildings for Midsomer Farm on the right hand side and opposite a Staddle Stone (pictured) set on the grass verge.
Immediately past the stone turn left through the five bar gate and down the slope to ample car parking at the rear of the Barn.
Arriving from the direction of BRISTOL, BATH, FROME, CASTLE CARY and YEOVIL join the A361 travelling in the direction on Pilton and Glastonbury.
Pass the East Compton sign and after a long straight section of road it sweeps to the left and then right.
At the first bend and before Midsomer Farm on the left, signal right and begin to slow down. Just past the right bend, opposite the farm you will see a Staddle Stone (pictured) set on the grass verge.
Turn right immediately before the stone, drive through the five bar gate and down the slope to ample car parking at the rear of The Barn.