Total steps: 7
Total steps: 7
Tyntesfield estate yard, grid reference: ST502717
Start your walk at the ticket office. From here follow either path straight ahead, then follow the path uphill, keeping the barns and felled tree trunk to your left.
At the crossroads, carefully cross the drive and head uphill keeping the woodland to your left and the fields to your right. The plantation here contains Douglas fir, Sitka spruce and Corsican pine that was first planted in the late 1930s.
Carefully cross the roads coming in from your left and walk on up the drive until you reach a post with a waymark on it.
Turn left and walk along the top of the field. The field is called Abrahams, which is named after a family who lived there in the 1600s. Now pass through the kissing gate.
Turn left and head into the wood in front of you. Go through another kissing gate and follow this path until you reach a road. The plantation you are passing through has been managed for hundreds of years and contains ancient woodland.
At the drive, walk ahead into Truckle Wood. Follow this path through the wood until you reach a track with a field in front of you.
At the track turn left and return back to the estate yard.
An ornate Victorian Gothic Revival house with extensive garden and parkland, just a stone's throw from Bristol
Follow this route for a step-free walk around Tyntesfield, looping around the house, returning up the terraces and through the Holly Walk, avoiding all steps.
This walk passes through ancient woodland with flowers aplenty, especially in spring when the bluebells are out and meanders into a hay field full of oxeye daisies in May and June.
The shorter of the available trails at Tyntesfield, this route loops around the house and up the terraces and Holly Walk. Perfect for a gentle stroll that takes less than an hour.
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