Tynings walk at Tyntesfield

Walking trail

This walk passes through ancient woodland; there are plenty of flowers to see, especially in the spring.

Discover beautiful grounds teeming with life

The walk meanders into a hay field, which is full of oxeye daisies in May and June. Grade of walk: Welly (puddles/rock pools/mud/stream); Type of walk: 'Beautiful views', 'Flora & Fauna'.

Bluebells growing on the Tyntesfield estate


A map plotted on an OS map


Tyntesfield car park, grid ref: ST502717


Leave from the top left-hand corner of the car park and turn left. Follow the track until you reach a waymark post.

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Turn left down into the wood, an ancient woodland called Truckle Wood. Follow the path through the woods until you come out on a wide grass track.

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Turn right down the track to a small gate on your left. Enter the field called Tynings.

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Follow the field edge round to your right along the bottom of the field. In May and June this field is full of meadow flowers, especially oxeye daisies. Now follow the mown path up alongside Lime Avenue which was planted in the late 1880s.


Continue following the edge of the field.


Follow this track back to the car park.

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Tyntesfield car park, grid ref: ST502717

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Tynings walk at Tyntesfield


The terrain can be uneven under foot in places and muddy when wet.

Dogs on leads are welcome.

Tynings walk at Tyntesfield

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Tynings walk at Tyntesfield

How to get here

Tyntesfield, Wraxall, Bristol, BS48 1NX
By train

Nailsea and Backwell, 1.5 miles (2.4km).

By road

On B3128, 7 miles (11.2km) south-west of Bristol; M5 southbound exit 19 via A369 (towards Bristol), B3129, B3128. M5 northbound exit 20, B3130 (towards Bristol), B3128. Brown signs from exit 19 and 20 of M5.

By bus

First 361, Bristol to Clevedon, stops on B3128 at entrance. First 354, Bristol to Nailsea, stops on B3130 at foot of drive then 15 minutes walk to reception.

Tynings walk at Tyntesfield

Facilities and access

  • Dogs on leads are welcome