After working up an appetite taking in our fabulous house and gardens, head to the restaurant to try our succulent home made beef cobbler.
This tasty dish was first created to celebrate the restaurant's achievement of the gold Food for Life catering mark, highlighting our use of local and organic produce.
The walled garden
The three-tiered walled garden looks magnificent year round and there is always something interesting growing.
It is managed by our garden team and a great team of volunteers who supply local, seasonal and yummy produce for the restaurant all year round.
We sow we grow we eat
Some of the produce we grow and serve includes, the 'purple tepee' french bean, runner bean, lettuce, tomatoes, 'Beauty of Bath' apples, rhubarb, beetroot and surprisingly we also grow grapes and kiwis.
What can you see in the walled garden?
Seasonal all the way
Once grown, many of the sesonal fruit and vegetables go to the restaurant and are used to feed the 400,000 visitors we have each year.
Some of the produce also goes to the Stourhead farm shop. Why not take a bit of Stourhead home for your tea?