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We decided to visit here on our way back to Surrey from Devon to break the journey and we were so glad that we did.
The day that we visited it was a very windy day so they were using different entrance doors but it...More
How do NT do it so well? This amazing house was so interesting, and the gardens out of this world - obviously tended with love and reverence. Happily spent most of the day just wandering and gasping at the beauty of it! Restaurant lovely too...More
The renovation work has been extensive and allows you to see most of the house, although unfurnished there is a lot of information about how the rooms were once used etc. Loved the attic space and the tweeting of the owls. Restaurant choices were the...More
My wife and I visit many NT properties. She tours the house and I walk the grounds with our dog. The house tour was easily finished in about half an hour and so she was waiting for me when I got back. I printed off...More
Barrington is probably the best garden of the "Yeovil Four" (with Montacute, Lytes Cary & Tintinhull) It has a number of different "Garden Rooms" with some real interest for the dedicated plantsman. A connection to Getrude Jekyll,too, who did many of the original planting-plans
Loved this beautiful renovated house with all the interesting woodwork , I highly recommend the guided tour as the guides are so knowledgeable and it gives you a wonderful insight to the history of the house and it's residents .The garden's are worth a visit...More
Very surprised to see how well the house had been renovated plus the lack of furniture gave a very different experience to that in other NT properties. The gardens were well looked after without being manicured to within an inch of life! Lots of produce...More
Hard to believe when viewing this estate that it had been transformed from an almost derelict old Tudor house. When Colonel Lyle had completed his project, the estate had become a modern house and gardens comparable with any mansion of the early 20th century. (We...More
This is a lovely place and extremely interesting. Wonderful woodwork in the main house and beautiful gardens. We particularly liked the vegetable gardens and the "Gardeners Question time" recordings to listen to. We also had a lovely lunch in the cafe.