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National Trust's Tintinhull Garden

  • 4.5

  • from 401 Google reviews

National Trust's Tintinhull Garden
National Trust's Tintinhull Garden

Geograph 2433400 Tintinhull Gardens by nick macneill. CC BY-SA 2.0

About the garden

A place of floral beauty, tranquillity and innovation - a gardeners' garden paradise.

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Garden area

2 Acres

Dog walking

Yes - Dogs on leads.

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Wheelchair access

Mostly accessible (many paths flat and paved).

Shops

Yes - There is a gift shop and plant shop.

Somerset, BA22 8PZ

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Somerset
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Google reviews

  • 4.5

  • from 401 Google reviews

Stefani Clark

4 months ago

5

I had a stroll around this lovely garden today. My elderly father-in-law could manage with his stroller. It is a smallish garden, well worth a visit. A special place.

Christopher Bevis

2 months ago

5

Tintinhull House and Garden is a National Trust property tucked away in the village of the same name. Its small but dedicated team of gardeners has rescued the kitchen garden from being almost completely overgrown during the 2020-21 lockdowns, and the rest of the beautiful Garden is benefiting from an incredible amount of tender loving care. The House is available as a roomy, self-catering let including sleeping accommodation for 6-8 people, a fridge-freezer, Aga, and microwave oven. It also has generally good Wi-Fi in the kitchen and dining room (but not the stone-walled lounge). It doesn't have a downstairs WC and being a very old building nor does it have any kind of lifts available. Please note that the House is normally booked up months in advance and this is not surprising given the beauty and peacefulness of the location. The worst disturbance you're likely to hear is the lowing of cattle on a nearby farm and perhaps the sound of the bedding being collected during the wee hours for laundering. The Garden is the real star of the show for most visitors, and offers enough space, vistas, and insect life to entrance many a visitor. The volunteers and staff are friendly and capable, and there are plants on sale for suggested donations. Sadly, the pre-2020 cafe is no more. All in all, though I highly recommend this truly beautiful property for a relaxing visit.

Simon Jones

10 months ago

4

This is a small yet lovely National Trust garden to peruse around. It isn’t the largest estate you will visit but there is always something new to see in the gardens. My only concern is that Tintinhull Garden needs to have more facilities to attract more customers, such as a tea room.

Lynn Hollingsworth

a year ago

5

Absolutely beautiful. Only small gardens but lots of little paths taking you to different areas and views. Lovely sunny spots and shady spots and places to sit and admire the plants.

Neil Willis

a month ago

3

Doesn't take long to go around the gardens. House is a holiday let and not something to look around. There was no café but they did have free water which was nice because it was 33 degrees. Had town of Tintinhull was pretty sparse in terms of eateries, so if you come to visit take a picnic. Close to Montacute and worthwhile doing both in the day.

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01458 224471

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