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The Rose Garden at Tyntesfield, Bristol
The Rose Garden terrace | © National Trust Images/Peter Hall
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Tyntesfield house route

This is the shorter of the available walking routes across the estate at Tyntesfield. It loops around the house, the front terraces and up the Holly Walk, and is perfect for a relaxing stroll at any time of year.

Total steps: 6

Total steps: 6

Start point

Home Farm, Tyntesfield, Wraxall, BS48 1NX

Step 1

On arrival to the car park, enter the Home Farm area via the visitor welcome building.

Step 2

Follow the path up to the left, past the Piggery.

Step 3

At the top of the slope, turn right onto the asphalt road. Continue on this road along the drive. You'll pass the path to the Sawmill on your left, and the Chapel and house will be on your right shortly after.

The old engine room at Tyntesfield, Somerset
The old engine room at Tyntesfield | © National Trust

Step 4

As you come to a junction of paths (known as Fiveways) turn right down the main gravel drive in front of the house.

Step 5

As you approach the house, take a left turn through the black gates and down the steps onto the terraces. Continue to and up the next set of steps (on your right).

A historic image of Tyntesfield, with the clock tower visible, in 1866
A historic image of Tyntesfield, with the clock tower visible, from 1866 | © National Trust

Step 6

As you reach the Holly Walk, turn left and follow the path to return to Home Farm. Continue through the first gate, through the field, turning left through the final gate and down the slope.

Visitors on Holly Walk, Tyntesfield, Somerset. The path is lined with clipped holly trees in a domed shape
Spot the different holly varieties along Holly Walk | © National Trust

End point

Home Farm, Tyntesfield, Wraxall, BS48 1NX

Trail map

Tyntesfield house trail map
Tyntesfield house trail map | © National Trust

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