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An elegant 17th century house built from local Ham Hill stone that overlooks the most delightful formal garden. Visitors will not only feel like the lord and lady of the manor, they can also enjoy spectacular views out over the network of garden rooms and explore its glories ‘out of hours’. Part of the house has been used to create a four bedroom holiday property which retains much of its original features, such as leaded windows. You can explore the rest of the house during the opening hours. The kitchen is dominated by a huge Aga and an open fire is the centre piece of the sitting room.
Tintinhull Gardens is available as a venue for civil wedding ceremonies. They offer a picturesque setting alongside the intimate Summer House which overlooks the peaceful Pool garden.
Heating: Oil central heating included.
Parking: Cars can enter The Courtyard to unload and there is plenty of space to park in the main visitors car park 100 metres from the house.
Garden: The formal gardens have open pools and young children should be supervised.
Utilities/Electricals: The washing machine and tumble dryer are a combined washer/dryer.
Offers: Guests will benefit from a late Sunday checkout of 4pm at this cottage.
Please Note: The Aga oven runs on electricity rather than oil.
For further details about Tintinhull Gardens as a wedding venue please contact the Visitor Services Manager for Montacute and Tintinhull Gardens on telephone: 01935 826940
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