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Court House Farm and Gardens

  • 4

  • from 45 Google reviews

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A large purple flower is in a garden

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About the garden

Anyone else might have balked at restoring this ancient dilapidated farmstead in the conservation area of Portishead. Not owner Helen Reed, who has managed to coax an enchanting garden hamlet from treeless mud-clogged fields and concrete-covered yards. The result is a place of intrigue and intimacy.

In spring, the frothy pink petals of Queen of the Prairie sway against a backdrop of fluffy-headed grasses. While autumn sees the amorous pinks fade to smouldering auburn. Dating back to Medieval and Tudor times, this labour of love encompasses a Rapunzel-style tower, charming old outhouses and renovated medieval barns. The three-acre site oozes romance, from the warm, earthy tones and the carefully sourced vintage furnishings used in the buildings to the hops and jasmine-draped walkway – a wedding photographer’s dream.

As part of the owner’s aim to bring Court House Farm and Gardens back into the community, visitors can also browse blooms at the flower farm, pick up luxurious textiles at an artisan market or book a stay at one of their bijou rooms. Whatever your plans, a trip here is bound to be memorable for all the right reasons.

Opening times

Friday & Saturday 10am–4pm

Useful details

Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Shops

None

Somerset, BS20 6PU

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Court House Farm and Gardens
Somerset
BS20 6PU
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Google reviews

  • 4

  • from 45 Google reviews

Rhys Williams

8 months ago

5

Beautiful spot, highly recommend. 👍👍

Kate Thomas

3 months ago

5

Magical place

monalogue

2 years ago

5

Beautifully restored location and fabulous wreath making course in their events space. Tasty mince pies in the coffee shop too.

Rebecca Roberts

2 years ago

4

Lovely afternoon walking around, and local stalls to explore.

Tracey Sellick

2 years ago

4

Lovely setting but the event was a bit sparse.

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01275 846322

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