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Tintinhull Garden

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Nice country house

This is a small country house and will not take long to walk around. A little out of the way but... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Ian P
A pretty and interesting garden

We visited on a sweltering hot day and were pleased to find plenty of seating in shady areas. We... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
MaggiefromCornwall
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Farm Street, Yeovil BA22 8PZ, England
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a small country house and will not take long to walk around. A little out of the way but worth it.

Thank Ian P
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited on a sweltering hot day and were pleased to find plenty of seating in shady areas. We loved the planting but did feel some parts of the garden needed a little TLC. Refreshments not up to normal National Trust standards.

Thank MaggiefromCornwall
Reviewed 1 week ago

Spent a lovely afternoon here, staff helpful and friendly. Arrived just as a garden tour was starting, so joined in and found it very informative.

Thank mel d
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Pretty gardens. Quiet a small site so you can get round it fairly quickly. Highly worth a look. We took our 14 month old. We did manage with the buggy but it’s not ideal and we mainly carried her round. Some nice swings dotted about...More

Thank Familythree123
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We had a pleasant afternoon here today. It was an idyllic place to visit - a great place to sit and relax amongst the flowers. It was well kept. We thought it would've been good to have had some of the flowers labelled so we...More

Thank Claire W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Tintinhull is special as its small compared to many of the great stately homes many people assume and associate with. Before you enter the home make sure you visit the history area section to your right hand side next to the tea room. Thats free....More

Thank Micklah
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A lovely visit to Tintinhull. The Manor House has a couple of rooms on the ground floor open for public viewing. However the star attraction is definitely the wonderful gardens. Laid out in distinct areas or “rooms”, they are an absolute delight to wander round....More

Thank Rachel S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Packs a huge punch for a small facility. Well-signposted off the A303 if heading west [heading east take Montacute turn and access Tintinhull via country road from Montacute village], good parking, warm reception. Small shop and small café with outside seating. Gardens are OK for...More

Thank livescount
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

In the years since my last visit, I had forgotten that the plantswoman Penelope Hobhouse had lived at Tintinhull for more than a decade. Cues from Hidcote, two and a half hours north, are apparent in the garden design. The 'rooms' are a perfect size...More

Thank plymouth
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

If you want a relaxing place to sit and contemplate nature then a visit to Tintinhull gardens is for you. So much of life is hectic so to visit here and see a variety of garden styles is a real treat. Obviously visiting in June...More

Thank davetlg
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Carol W
26 April 2017|
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Response from Peter B | Reviewed this property |
Hi Carol, My advice is, always check the National Trust website before a visit. It gives loads of Inf., opening times, prices, things to see & facilities. It says, "Small tea-room serving delicious cakes and cream teas". So... More
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Sarah R
13 January 2017|
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Response from Roxanne C | Reviewed this property |
Hi Sarah, Dogs are welcome in the courtyard where the small shop and tearoom are but they aren't allowed into the gardens. If you do go you will understand why, but the garden 'rooms' wouldn't be appropriate for visitors... More
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