Where's the house?
The house at Fyne Court burnt down in a dramatic fire in 1894. A few of the buildings remain but the majority of the house was lost. Visit the cobbled courtyard area to see where the house would have stood.
Fyne Court's most famous resident
Find out about Fyne Court's most famous resident, Andrew Crosse
, by visiting the courtyard information room.
Discover how he became known as the 'Thunder and Lightening Man' and why he is linked to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
Watch the seasons change
Spring brings a gorgeous display of bluebells and smell of wild garlic to the woodland. For summer the woodland becomes alive with wildlife and becomes a great place to picnic.
Discover an impressive wealth of natural colour to lose yourself in during a woodland walk. Listen out for birdsong amongst the trees and add to the music by kicking up leaves.
Anyone for tea?
Treat yourself after a spring walk to an an ice cream or perhaps a cream tea, yummy cake or gluten free treat, served between 10.30am and 4.00pm daily.
The village and beyond
Fyne Court is situated in Broomfield, the highest village on the Quantock Hills.
We have a great series of natural play areas throughout the garden to be explored and added to, as well as self-led spotter trails for yout to enjoy at your own pace.
Fyne Court sits in the Quantock Hills which are virtually unknown to those who don't live locally. Fantastic for walking, here are a few suggested routes
to get you started.
- Great and Marrow Hill walk
- Staple Plain walk
- Woodland Hill walk
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50 things to do before you're 11¾
Looking for some fresh air fun? There are plenty of dens to be built, mud to walk barefoot in and snails to race. Lots of fun things to do and tick off at Fyne Court on your 50 things to do before you're 11¾ adventure.