Whether you are looking for the perfect gift, a treat for yourself or a memento of your visit, you are sure to find something to tempt in our shop. from seasonal products inspired by our properties to locally sourced items. Every penny goes back into looking after this special place.
After a visit to the garden or house, and maybe a cup of tea, what better way to end your day than a spot of shopping, something to treat yourself or brighten your home.
There is plenty of choice in our shop and plant centre to treat Mum this year. From Champagne Chocolate Truffles and jewellery to locally made toiletries and individually crafted wood and glassware you are sure to find the perfect gift. We also have a wide selection of cards to choose from.
Mother’s Day experiences
Saturday 14 March: Make a Bath Bomb with Bliss Botanicals. Suitable for age 5 plus to join in and booking not necessary. Rebecca from Bliss Botanicals will be in store from 2pm to discuss her toiletries range which is made from her cottage on the Stourhead estate and everyone is welcome to join in the fun and make a bath bomb. £1.00 suggested donation to help look after the Garden at Stourhead.
Saturday 21 & Sunday 22 March: Two of the Stourhead Plant Centre team will be on hand at our pop-up potting bar. Choose the plants of your choice along with the pot and our team will be happy to pot this up for you as a personalised Mother’s Day gift, or why not treat yourself. Prices dependant on plants and pot sizes chosen. Prices start at £1.00 for a terracotta pot and £2.50 for plants.
As the evenings become lighter our thoughts turn to Spring and the annual spring clean. Pop in and pick up some ethically sourced and environmentally friendly products which will blow away the cobwebs to let your home feel refreshed.
Introducing a practical and stylish range for our four-legged friends. The new National Trust dog range includes leather collars and leads as well as toys, wash products and those all important treats so muddy walks can be enjoyed by all, and perfect for those coming for a stroll around the garden after 2pm.
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.