Retail therapy

A selection of National Trust Christmas foodie treats available from the shop

As one of the National Trust's largest shops, Stourhead has a full range of home accessories, kitchenware, books, greetings cards, clothing accessories and food. As well as plenty to help you enjoy the great outdoors - from walking to gardening. Whether it’s a gift or a treat for yourself, you’ll find lots to choose from.

After a visit to our festively decorated house and gardens, and maybe a cup of tea, what better way to end your day than a spot of shopping – checking some things off your gift list, or even better; something to treat yourself or brighten your home.

Discover our unique Christmas decorations to create your festive wonderland
Discover our unique Christmas decorations to create your festive wonderland
Discover our unique Christmas decorations to create your festive wonderland

Christmas has arrived at Stourhead, and our shop is bursting with unique and exclusive presents you won’t find on the high street. So, take the stress out of your Christmas shopping and enjoy finding the perfect gift in our relaxed and friendly atmosphere. We have a full range of national Trust stock, as well as plenty of locally made items to tempt.

We are running Meet the Maker days throughout December where you can get to meet some of our local producers, try their product, or just see how they are made. Keep an eye on the website for dates.

This year we are selling a wide range of exterior illuminations, including icicle lights, twinkling stars, and even 6ft light-up reindeer! Potted Christmas trees in various sizes and varieties will be for sale over the season.

Browse our unique range and support a great cause when you shop with us.
National Trust  retail Autumn Winter collection 2019
Browse our unique range and support a great cause when you shop with us.

The Stourhead book

We are the first property to be lucky enough to have a book written by the National Trust, written by Stephen Anderton and our very own Head Gardener, Alan Power.