A spectacular Victorian country house
Just 7 miles south-west of Bristol, Tyntesfield is regarded as one of the last great Victorian estates. With 106 rooms and a chapel reminiscent of Saint Chapelle in Paris, Tyntesfield reflects the family life of four generations of the Gibbs family and their servants. It also houses the largest recorded collection in the National Trust, as nothing was ever thrown away.
Gardens full of colour and variety
Lose yourself in the enchanting gardens. Discover the arboretum, planted with trees from across the globe. Wander through the formal gardens, taking in the elegant lawns and flower-filled terraces. Explore the kitchen garden, packed with glorious fruit and veg. It's surrounded by red-brick walls, glasshouses and potting sheds - so your group might just be inspired to grow their own.
Time for tea?
Prepare your group for a spot of indulgence at Home Farm Visitor Centre. The restaurant here is brimming with delicious cakes, scones and puddings - perfect with a freshly brewed pot of tea. Your group can enjoy sitting in the original cattle stall booths or dine al fresco in the courtyard.
Good, gutsy, seasonal food
There’s no better place for a hearty lunch than Home Farm’s restaurant, where everything is locally sourced and ethically reared. Your group will get a real taste of Tyntesfield too, as many of the dishes are made using freshly picked fruit, veg and herbs from the kitchen garden.
Make a booking
If you're interested in joining us as a group, please get in touch to let us know and we'll make arrangements for your visit. Please call 01275 461 900 or drop us an email.
Especially for groups
- The gardens and Home Farm Visitor Centre are open everyday
- Reserve a seating area for up to 40 people at Home Farm's restaurant
- Enjoy free coach parking for up to five coaches (book in advance)
- Reduced admission prices, and National Trust members go free
- Attractions nearby: Bristol, Clevedon, Weston-Super-Mare, Bath