Fyne Court

Fyne Court courtyard in the sunshine

Important notice -

Fyne Court estate and tea-room is open. You don’t need to book but parking space is limited.

Explore a wild garden

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Things to see and do

Explore the Quantock Hills

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What's on

Upcoming events

Oliver Owl and his night time friends

Sun 31 Oct 2021
Meet Oliver Owl and help him find his nocturnal friends as you follow our October half-term trail around the autumnal gardens at Fyne Court. If you discover them all, you’ll win a treat at the end.

Percy the Park Keeper's winter wander trail at Fyne Court

Thu 23 Dec 2021
This winter, treat your little ones to a world of adventures at Fyne Court on the Percy the Park Keeper's winter wander trail. Join in the fun with Percy and his animal friends and give nature a helping hand.
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Eating and shopping

A visitor's hand holding a National Trust takeaway coffee cup

Eating and drinking at Fyne Court  

Our tea-room has reopened for take-away only. We’ve introduced new safety measures including screens at our till and collection points, and waymarked routes. We’ll also only be accepting card payment. We look forward to welcoming you back and know that you will support us to make this a safe experience for everyone. In line with government guidance, you're required to wear a face covering in most enclosed spaces, unless exempt. Please bring one with you.

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The house at Fyne Court in Somerset before the fire of 1894

Delve into Fyne Court's history 

Fyne Court's grand Georgian house can be hard to imagine on a visit here today.

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Our work

Our work in the Quantock Hills

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Places to stay

Exterior of Fyne Court Cottage in Somerset

Fyne Court Cottage, Somerset 

Stay in this characterful former gardener’s cottage on Fyne Court Estate, which was once home to the scientist and poet Andrew Crosse. Conducting controversial experiments on his friends, it’s rumoured that Crosse was the real-life inspiration for Doctor Frankenstein in Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein’.