Opening times for 28 February 2024
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Assistance dogs only
Drinks, snacks and ice-cream.
Drop-off point outside main courtyard. Accessible toilet. Grounds accessible with care, but paths uneven. Arboretum and orchard not accessible.
Find out about making a group booking at Tintinhull Garden, or combining it with a visit to other National Trust places nearby in South Somerset if you’d like to make a day of it.
This small garden, made up of seven distinct areas, was the vision of Phyllis Reiss.
Enjoy the views in the heart of cider country at Tintinhull village, which dates back to the Saxon period, and discover medieval field systems and historic orchards.
The garden, complete with working kitchen garden and orchard, lies in the charming village of Tintinhull, Somerset. Glittering pools, secluded lawns, colourful borders and clipped hedges provide the perfect spot to relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle.
The 17th century house is a National Trust holiday cottage sleeping up to eight people.
If you need to call Tintinhull please ring 01458 224471, but be aware that the line connects to Lytes Cary Manor.
The delightful Tintinhull Garden in Somerset was created around a 17th-century manor house by two 20th-century gardeners. Discover how it grew around the vision of these two women.