Things to see & do
Barrington Court was derelict when the sugar refining millionaire, Colonel Arthur Lyle, first laid eyes on it in 1916. Between 1920 and 1925 he set about making it into his family home, spending the equivalent of £4 million renovating the house and the grounds.
His legacy is a beautifully panelled house with stunning architectural features. Today you can walk freely through the rooms of this Tudor manor house, now devoid of furniture, and admire the wonderfully crafted and varied panelling from room to room.
Arts and crafts gardens
Discover this intimate family garden laid out in a series of rooms, inspired by Gertrude Jekyll.
The feel of the arts and crafts movement can also be found within the garden.
Let the spaces speak
Walk around the empty rooms of the Court House and image a bygone era, full of happy family life. Learn more about some of the people who have made Barrington their home.
Study the amazing craftmanship of the ancient wood panels that fill the Court House.
9.30am - 4.30pm
Some of Britain's leading antiques and fine art experts will be on hand to offer free advice and valuations to visitors, who are invited to raid their attics and bring along their family heirlooms, household treasures and car boot bargains for inspection.