BARRINGTON, Ilminster, TA19 0NQ
Discover the haunting echoes of the past at Barrington Court, a Tudor manor house free from collections and furniture. The property was saved from ruin and restored by the Lyle family in 1920s, when the court house resembled a barn rather than the proud manor house that it is. Stroll through the Gertrude Jekyll inspired gardens, which with their focus on plant varieties and colours are a delight for all the senses. There is also a stone-walled kitchen garden that produces a variety of delicious fruit and vegetables.
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