Langport can easily be accessed from main roads leading in from Bridgwater, Taunton or Yeovil directions.
Langport is a fairly small place so walking is your best option. Bicycles can also be rented from the tourist information centre just over the Parrot bridge.
The Hanging Chapel on Hurds Hill, St. Mary's Church, the River Parrot that runs though the town and the Somerset levels that surround it.
Langport isn't really known for its excellent options to eat out. The only real option is the Chinese! However there's a great deal of places in nearby towns that take little time to reach.
Langport has a suprisingly (for its size) large amount of pubs. Whether or not you wish to drink in some of them is another matter however! Most popular are The Langport Arms, The Rose and Crown and Kelways. If you wish to try some of the more local ales The Halfway House on the main road between Langport and Somerton is an excellent choice equally with travellers and locals. Be warned though as it can get a bit crowded at times due to it only being a small establishment.
The Langport Arms caters for overnight stays but little else is around aside from the odd hotel on the outskirts.