GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Tyntesfield Walks

1 miles (2 km)

This VictorianGothic Revivalhouse near the Bristol is surrounded by 150 acres (61ha) of parkland and gardens which are perfect for a peaceful walk.
You can explore the woodland, the tree lined drive, thedelightful rose garden,the walled kitchen garden, summer houses, and theaviary - all with the rolling Somerset hills as beautiful backdrop. The Home Farm Visitor Centre houses the Cow Barn kitchen, gift shop and garden shop.
Tyntesfield is located about 4 miles west of Bristol, near Nailsea and Clevedon.

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Tyntesfield House OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Tyntesfield House Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking

Further Information and Other Local Ideas

The circular Nailsea Walk starts from the nearby town. It visits the delightful Ty Sculpture Trail, the ancient Cadbury Camp and the National Trust's Clevedon Court. You can also visit the lovely Backwell Lake Nature Reserve at the southern edge of the town.
For cyclists, National Cycle Route 33 passes close to the house if you wish to visit by bike.
The National Trust village of Failand is just to the east of the estate. There's a nice circular walk to try here taking you to the local bluebell woods and the delightful Abbots Pool.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Somerset Walks page.


The Chapel, Tyntesfield - - 1207944

The Chapel, Tyntesfield

Tyntesfield House - - 412294

Tyntesfield House

The walled kitchen garden - - 827765

The walled kitchen garden. Lilies in the water reservoir and only half the plot is currently in use, but this could be a capacious vegetable plot.

Entrance to the Vegetable Gardens - - 412308

Entrance to the Vegetable Gardens

The aviary at Tyntesfield, awaiting restoration - - 1991414

The aviary at Tyntesfield, awaiting restoration in 2010.

Geograph 2423066 Home Farm, Tyntesfield

Home Farm, Tyntesfield

Station Lodge - - 127985

Station Lodge. Gate on left of picture is a private entrance into the the estate. Public entrance is via the B3128.

Wraxall, Watercress Farm - - 291300

Wraxall: Watercress Farm. The farm at one time belonged to the Tyntesfield estate, now National Trust. The farmhouse has been rebuilt following a fire in the 1980s. In 2006 work is now in progress to convert outbuildings. Two little water-powered pump houses here provided water for Tyntesfield House. Looking north west


GPS Files

GPX File

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Memory Map Route

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