Dyrham Park

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A spectacular late 17th-century mansion, garden and deer park.

Set in a beautiful Gloucestershire valley and surrounded by 110 hectares (272 acres) of garden and rolling parkland, this grand baroque house with spectacular sweeping views towards Bristol was designed by Talman for William Blathwayt, Secretary at War during the reign of William III.

Lavish 17th-century collections reflect the fashion for all things Dutch, including paintings and furniture. Later 18th-century additions include furniture by Gillow and Linnell, and the Victorian domestic quarters provide visitors with an intriguing insight into life below stairs.

Don't miss:

  • Discover the park and garden with Tracker Packs
  • Family fun in the Old Lodge play area
  • Look out for the historic herd of fallow deer
  • Step out on a guided park and garden tour
  • Enjoy spectacular views


Please telephone or visit the Dyrham Park web site for latest prices.


Near Bath
SN14 8ER
(Sat Nav: SN14 8HY)


0117 937 2501

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