A visit to the National Trust property near Bristol
Tyntesfield House undergoing extensive renovation.
In the servants area within the house. A multitude of bells for the servants to listen for.
The snooker room. The snooker table had a sophisticated scoring system built in.
This is the score display which is linked to the table.
When you walked into this courtyard area near the kitchen garden you were overwhelmed by the smell from the hyacinths.
One of the several large greenhouses.
The Lady garden.
A four sided sundial in the stableyard.
Through the scaffolding you can newly restored decorative roof.
A small stained glass window in the corridor near the chapel.
The four stained glass windows above the alter in the chapel.
The formally laid out Rose Garden.
A return visit to Tyntesfield House.
The approach to the house. Much different to the last visit when the whole house was under scaffolding.
The formal gardens to the south of the house.
A look inside.
The main visitors entrance.
The large chapel attached to the house.
The Southern aspect of the house from the gardens.
A colourful display of cottage garden flowers in a bed near the kitchen garden.
A corner of the rose garden and one of the Gazebos which were built in the 1860’s.
The formally laid out rose gardens.