Visiting as a group
An intimate manor house and the former home of medieval herbalist Henry Lyte. The manor’s fascinating features include the 14th-century chapel and 15th-century Great Hall. In the 20th century it was rescued from dereliction by Sir Walter Jenner and bequeathed to the National Trust in 1948. Its Arts & Crafts-style garden is an inspiring combination of outdoor rooms, topiary, statues and herbaceous borders.
Lytes Cary Manor is ideal for a morning or an afternoon visit, perfectly situated just off the A303. Your group can easily spend two to three hours exploring the house and discovering all of the garden 'rooms'.
Especially for groups
- Reduced admission prices to the house and garden, National Trust members go free.
Pre-booked groups can enjoy a short introductory talk about Lytes Cary.
Guided Tours of the garden are available with English speaking guides (pre-booked only).
Free coach parking close by, 150 yards walk to reception, stricly by appointment only.
Combine your visit with a stop at Montacute House, Tintinhull Garden or Barrington Court.