Chaplain's House is a picturesque mid-Victorian lodge built in the 1890s. Set over three floors, the house contains three bedrooms (one double, two twins), one bathroom, plus separate shower cubicle and toilet.
At Chaplain's House you can live in Victorian style while enjoying all the modern comforts of this recently restored house. It was built as a residence for the Gibbs family's chaplain, a prestigious role as demonstrated in the quality of the original features.
Built between 1889 and 1891 in the dramatic Gothic Revival style, this imposing building is set on the edge of the formal gardens and wider estate. You're welcome to enjoy the outdoors at Tyntesfield, along with a complimentary visit to the main house.
Beautifully restored and once home to the family’s butler, Chaplain's Lodge has two spacious bedrooms, one single bedroom, kitchen, sitting room, bathroom and entrance porch.
In the 1840s, the lodge marked the northern entrance to the Tyntesfield estate and was home to a gatekeeper. It was later lived in by the Gibbs family's butler, Mr Hemmings.
This delightful mid-19th century estate cottage (Grade II listed) is the perfect base for a romantic getaway. It sleeps 2 and houses a sitting room (with an open fire), double bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.
Looking out onto the octagonal summerhouse, this self-catering cottage has a garden with a patio and farmland behind. The estate has a number of rights of way, and you'll have access to the formal garden in the evenings. It's also the perfect gateway to the rest of the West Country, with Bristol just seven miles away.
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