Tyntesfield this spring

There's nothing like an outing to Tyntesfield to put a spring in your step. Spring blooms, space to play and time to relax make it one of our favourite seasons.

Whilst there's something special at Tyntesfield all year round, spring just tops the billing for us. As the Kitchen Garden wakes up and is full of greenery, early daffodils give way to swathes of tulips across the formal garden. 

Whether you're visiting the estate this spring to enjoy family adverntures, going on a walk with friends, or looking for a quiet place to wind down, we have just the spot for you.

Wind down this spring

Spring should signal in warmer days, Easter holidays and hopefully sunshine, we are expecting more visitors to come and enjoy the grounds at Tyntesfield. If you are looking to escape into nature, these two areas listed below could be perfect for you. You may also wish to consider visiting after 2pm as the late afternoon is usually quieter. 

Quiet spots

Sunset over the parkland at Tyntesfield, Somerset

The parkland

Rolling fields edged with ancient woodland. The parkland offers an opportunity to stretch your legs a little more. With so much space to explore, there is sure to be a quiet space of tranquillity for you to enjoy.

Crocus growing in spring


Feeling every bit its name, the peaceful western part of the formal garden sees a scattering of spring bulbs, from crocuses and daffodils to the annual carpet of wild garlic.

The house at Tyntesfield in Spring

Signs of spring at Tyntesfield

The garden at Tyntesfield is full of beautiful flowers in the spring, from formal displays to bursts of wildflowers. Find out more about what the gardeners are up to this season.

Visitors in the house at Tyntesfield wearing masks

Visiting the house at Tyntesfield

The house at Tyntesfield will reopen on Thursday 20 May. We are really looking forward to welcoming visitors back safely inside the house.