Houses and buildings near Bath and Bristol
Magnificent houses and little-known treasures surrounded by peaceful gardens, wooded trails. Step inside and discover things to see and do with the whole family.
Discover magnificent houses and little-known treasures and find things to see and do with the family.
The Gibbs family bought Tyntes Place in 1843 and transformed it into the Victorian Gothic masterpiece that exists today. Step inside the house to see rooms that reveal what life was like for those who lived and worked here.
In its 800 years of history, Lacock has been an Augustinian abbey, a Tudor family home, a birthplace of photography, and a film and TV location.
The 16th-century manor house is furnished to display the time periods of some of the previous residents, from Tudor times until the 1930s. Unlike many places, at Avebury Manor you are allowed to sit in the chairs, touch the displays or play a game of billiards.
The main phases of conservation and decorative work in the house at Dyrham Park are now complete and you can explore beautifully presented rooms, delve into the house's history and discover what it was like to live in the 17th century.
A secluded country estate upon the Cotswold escarpment, providing garden strolls and woodland walks