BARRINGTON, Ilminster, TA19 0NQ
The house is a Tudor manor, the interior of which is currently displayed empty, though with changing exhibitions. The gardens were created in the 1920s, with the help (through the post) of Gertrude Jekyll. They are laid out in 'rooms' and there is a large walled kitchen garden supplying fresh fruit and vegetables to the restaurant.
Tel: 01460 241938
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With voluntary gift aid donation: £12 (ch £6). Family £30. Groups 15+ £9. Visitors can choose to pay standard admission price
Open 2 Jan-7 Feb & 5 Nov-Dec wknds only 10.30-3.30 (last entry 3)
13 Feb-Oct, daily 10.30-5 (last entry 4.30)
Average visit 2hrs
Dogs not allowed in formal gardens or buildings
Assist dogs allowed all areas.
Court House not easily accessible due to many stairs
Manual wheelchairs, 6 seater buggy most days
5m NE of Ilminster on B3168, follow brown signs once in village