Places to stay

Summerhouse Cottage

Summerhouse Cottage, Tyntesfield, North Somerset

  • A delightful mid-19th century estate cottage (Grade II listed)
  • Perfect romantic getaway that sleeps 2
  • Single storey with a sitting room (with an open fire), double bedroom, kitchen and bathroom
  • Book online today

The perfect hideaway

Summerhouse Cottage is situated along a quiet track on the edge of woodland © NT/Tyntesfield

Looking out onto the octagonal summerhouse, this self-catering cottage has a garden with a patio and farmland behind. The estate has a number of rights of way, and you'll have access to the formal garden in the evenings. It's also the perfect gateway to the rest of the West Country, with Bristol just seven miles away.

Relax, unwind and explore

The A delightful bedroom in the mid 19th-century estate cottage © NT/Tyntesfield

During your stay, you can enjoy the 500-acre estate, including woodland walks and the working kitchen garden, plus complimentary entry to the main house.

Need more info?

The summerhouse is hidden on the estate in Tyntesfield, North Somerset © NT/Tyntesfield

Discover more about this enchanting cottage, including availability and rates, on our holiday cottages website or call 0844 800 2070.

Chaplain's House

Stay the night at Tyntesfield in the Chaplains Lodge

  • A picturesque mid-Victorian lodge built in the 1890s
  • Set over three floors with three bedrooms (one double, two twins)
  • One bathroom, plus separate shower cubicle and toilet
  • Book online today

Victorian luxury

Chaplain's House master bedroom © National Trust

At Chaplain's House you can live in Victorian style while enjoying all the modern comforts of this recently restored house. It was built as a residence for the Gibbs family's chaplain, a prestigious role as demonstrated in the quality of the original features.

A blast from a Gothic past

Chaplain's House dining room © National Trust

Built between 1889 and 1891 in the dramatic Gothic Revival style, this imposing building is set on the edge of the formal gardens and wider estate. You're welcome to enjoy the outdoors at Tyntesfield, along with a complimentary visit to the main house.

Country house living

Chaplain's House kitchen © National Trust

Set over three floors, this fine and spacious house has been beautifully restored, with the guidance of one of our curators. Stay in style on a country estate with easy access to the thriving city of Bristol, and seaside towns Clevedon and Weston-super-Mare.

Chaplain's Lodge

Extend your stay at Tyntesfield with a stay in the Chaplains House

  • Beautifully restored and once home to the family’s butler
  • Two spacious bedrooms, one single bedroom, kitchen, sitting room, bathroom and entrance porch
  • Book online today

What the butler saw

In the 1840s, the lodge marked the north entrance to Tyntesfield estate © NT/Mark Hendon

In the 1840s, the lodge marked the northern entrance to the Tyntesfield estate and was home to a gatekeeper. It was later lived in by the Gibbs family's butler, Mr Hemmings.

Go exploring

This house was once lived in by the Gibbs' butler Mr Hemmings © NT/Mark Hendon

During your stay, you can enjoy the estate, including woodland walks and the kitchen garden, plus complimentary entry to the main house. The lodge has been beautifully restored, with the guidance of one of our curators. The perfect West Country retreat, this self-catering cottage is within easy reach of the M5 and Bristol.

A magic door...

Chaplain's lodge twin bedroom © National Trust

There's an interconnecting door between Chaplain's House and Chaplain's Lodge for larger parties (up to 11) to enjoy these beautiful places (this remains locked unless otherwise requested). Find out more on our holiday cottages website or call 0844 800 2070.

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