Wonderful view of the house if you walk down from the car park. It is a large estate with wonderful walks. The house itself is beautifully furnished and there are some great paintings and Flemish tapestries. The metal statue on top of Dyrham Park looks very much like the work of Cellini, a Florentine silversmith, the guides asked around and looked in books until they discovered that the reason for this was that the statue was done by one of Cellini's students. So a big thank you to the guides for satisfying my curiosity.
This house and estate is well worth repeat visits.
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