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“Beautiful Garden.”
Review of Tintinhull Garden

Tintinhull Garden
Ranked #3 of 22 things to do in Yeovil
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed May 22, 2014

A lovely garden on a smaller scale than most National Trust gardens, with a good veg patch and interesting local history exhibition.

1  Thank Derylanne
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Reviewed April 15, 2014

Nicely presented gardens, but not much in flower. Probably better in June/July. Interesting exhibition of local history.

Thank AandVK
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Reviewed November 7, 2013

Well kept gardens with a useful hand-out (returnable) guiding you around the garden and giving information. Ranging from very formal gardens (clipped shapes) and overflowing borders (even in early September) to wilder parts including an apple-laden orchard with under-grazing sheep. The kitchen garden is very large and well organised, and there are lovely cameo's within the garden that could provide inspiration for your garden at home such as swags of climbers on the building in the pool garden.
Oh and don't miss the informative display in the stableyard, I found the information on local glovemaking fascinating. Treading leather barefoot in 'pure'.....

Thank Carrie T
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Reviewed October 7, 2013

This National Trust garden is a little treasure ... Couple of acres with a tea room and a couple of rooms of he old house open.
Mary is a national treasure ... She is an asset

1  Thank staceyEastSussex
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Reviewed September 30, 2013

We stayed in the house attached to the garden so were able to wander round at any time of day or night. Visitors enter the garden through the house although there are only a couple of rooms open to the public so the house itself is only 5 or 10 mins at most. The main point of this place is the garden which although it is only a couple of acres is worth an hour or so for a good look round or longer if you wish to sit on one of the numerous seats and relax. There is so much to see in such a small space, the garden being planted in a series of rooms. Most of the garden is formal planting but there is a large vegetable plot and a wild part with a great tree swing for young and old kids.

This is a great place to come for a look around and maybe a coffee before going to one of the other nearby NT places such as Montacute (10 mins drive).

The cafe looks basic compared to other NT properties although we did not try it but would say it is ok for coffee and cake but not a main meal.

Thank sheepygold
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