The house is home to a number of styles - from the original 17th-century Dutch-inspired interiors of founder William Blathwayt to the refurbishment by Victorian country squire Colonel Blathwayt and wartime tenant Lady Islington.
The house is currently closed in preparation from a major conservation project to replace the leaking roof. It will re-open on 7 March.
Dyrham Park house is home to an impressive range of paintings, tapestries and ceramics. This includes a brilliant Samuel van Hoogstraten perspective painting - 'a view through a house', fine examples of Dutch delftware and a beautiful late 17th-century book cabinet.
Our house team is currently putting the finishing touches on an open stores exhibition, which will be in place during the conservation work to the roof. We'll also be hosting 'meet the expert' days where you can learn more about conservation.