Tyntesfield, just a stone’s throw away from Bristol, was not built as a bold and extravagant statement of wealth, power or politics. Its purpose was simple; to serve as a family home.
Once hidden and inaccessible, the ordinary and extraordinary lives and possessions of four generations of the Gibbs family are ready for discovery.
The garden and estate balance faded beauty and function with an abundance of nature; celebrated in ornate Gothic carvings that decorate the house. Flower-filled terraces, an empty lake, woodland, champion trees and productive kitchen garden give further opportunities for exploration.
With each season you will experience a new side to Tyntesfield as they open doors and change perspectives on this much-loved family estate.
- Wheelchair Access
- On site parking
- Changing Facilities
- All groups welcome
- Dog friendly
- Family friendly
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Most Recent Traveller Reviews
13 Jul 2018: What a national treasure! We visited Tyntesfield as a couple whole our sons were at school and nursery so we could fully appreciate the house. It was incredible. Every member of staff we met were...
9 Jul 2018: I visited this house some 10 years ago shortly after it had been taken over by the National Trust and it was all scaffolding. Although the building is undergoing the installation of fire protection...
8 Jul 2018: What a lovely setting.
Great coffee shop/cafe very well thought out.
Very friendly and welcoming staff and they take there time to talk to you about the house and grounds.
Very nice house and very...