Dyrham Park is approached by foot or by minibus from the car park, both give a stunning, sweeping view of this grand house and the river Severn beyond - if you are fit to walk do so, you can always get the bus back up the hill.. The gardens are the highlight, beautifully planted and maintained, a lovely combination of formal, informal and woodland with two nice ponds.. The tea rooms offer good food well priced, the Chicken Caesar salad was really nice at £5.95, there is indoor and outdoor seating. The staff are friendly, helpful and efficient.
The house is interesting from the outside but to my taste not on the inside; historically accurate but quite a dull period for me.
My advice is to visit on a nice day when you can enjoy the gardens.
Note that wheelchairs can be used in the house, they even have a few you can borrow, but motorised ones can't be used; access is not possible to other than the ground floor.
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