The village of Sutton Benger. A small community in the Vale of Dauntsey. A pin in the map where the North Wiltshire countryside and rolling Cotswolds are bisected by the M4. And a location that opens up a world of opportunities…
Sutton Benger wants for little. The local, The Wellesley Arms, provides good beer and good food with a warm welcome and glowing reviews. While the village restaurant, La Flambé, has long built its excellent name on its sophisticated French menu in an unhurried atmosphere.
At the heart of the village, the Grade II listed All Saints Church provides an insight into local history, dating back to the 12th Century. Just over the way, a quick stroll down Bell Lane, Sutton Benger School provides a primary education to 140 children during term time.
For more day-to-day activities, a local store, post office, village hall and doctor’s surgery are all at hand. Amenities that ensure the village remains a lively, supportive community that continues to grow