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National Trust's Fyne Court

  • 4.5

  • from 1060 Google reviews

A house with a large rock
A house with a large rock

Fyne Court (geograph 2989304) by Eugene Birchall. CC BY-SA 2.0

About the garden

Fyne Court is a hidden gem in the heart of the Quantock Hills. You can explore this wild garden and discover pieces of its history hiding in the undergrowth.

Opening times

Estate open daily, dawn to dusk. Tea Room open daily, times vary: May - 23 July 2018: 10:30 - 16:00 24 July - 3 Sept 2018: 10:00 - 17:00 4 Sept - 29 Oct 2018: 10:30 - 16:00 30 Oct - 25 Nov 2018: Sat & Sun only 10:30 - 15:30 Closed from 26 Nov 2018.

Useful details

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.



Somerset, TA5 2EQ

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  • 4.5

  • from 1060 Google reviews

Shane Green

7 months ago


Lovely place to walk around, some fantastic views and great walks, they have a cafe ( check NT website for opening times) and toilets. There is a small picnic area with round benches, It is also wheelchair accessible around a short walk. We'll worth the visit. 😊

Stu Toms

11 months ago


Great little place. Quiet and peaceful with some great (although quite short, although they did say some of the longest walk was currently diverted due to ash dieback) walks in beautiful countryside. Great cafe (as usual with national trust properties) with a lot of seating. Nice little bookshop and great facilities. Good for dogs, although they have to be kept on leads. Parking is 5 quid for non members. But there is no entrance fee to anything else.

Cymru Jon

8 months ago


An interesting walk through the woods with plenty of remains of the former Fyne Court Estate to look at. Nice tearoom and outdoor picnic area. It's free to visit with a £5 car park charge (free for members). Some of the walk signposting is confusing and even though some walks are marked as easy they have fairly steep incclines. Well worth a visit.

Gavin Williams

3 months ago


Arrived here via some relatively narrow country roads. Plenty of parking during the week. Also an overflow car close by. Free parking for Trust members, think it was £5 per day for everyone else. There are a few buildings surviving in various states of repair. The main focus is to walk around the grounds following the 3 well marked routes. There is no house as such to view inside. There are lots of interesting history boards around, detailing what is known about the site. These were mainly located in the book shop and cafe area. I spent about 90 minutes following the main tracks including stopping for some tea.

Abby Heaton

9 months ago


Gorgeous National Trust, simple grounds but very beautiful. The kids did pond dipping and we took our nets, the Easter egg hunt was cute too. The staff were all very friendly. Will be going back.

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