Be at one with nature at Dyrham Park

Bath, Somerset

Spend the day navigating nature trails, indulging in a cream tea and exploring 17th century stately home, Dyrham Park.

Begin your visit on a wildlife walk, taking in spectacular views over the Mendip Hills in Somerset. On a clear day you can see even further to the Black Welsh Mountains.

Home to a 200 strong herd of ancient deer, you’re sure to see some of these beautiful wild creatures wandering the acres of land and perhaps even some tiny fawns during June.

After all that walking, sample a delicious perry made from the homegrown pears in the orchard, and you can also enjoy a cake or cream tea outdoors in the tea garden. Finish your day nosing around the magnificent 17th century mansion filled with paintings, tapestries and ceramics.  

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