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Visit by bus for just £2 each way. Most buses in England are offering £2 Single Fares until 31st December 2024. Our journey planner will show you if your route is included, or you can find a full list of participating operators and routes here.

There are regular buses to Tyntesfield from Bristol, Clevedon and other local towns. It’s easy to reach Bristol by train from London, South and South West England, the Midlands and South Wales.

Enjoy a free hot drink with a valid train ticket, bus ticket or bike helmet.

Cyclists welcome –  (please note local roads are quite busy). Cycle racks are available – please ask at the visitor welcome desk to be shown where they are.

Cyclists welcome. Tyntesfield is a short diversion from National Route 33 that links Bristol to Nailsea. Please note local roads are quite busy. Please ask at the visitor welcome desk to be shown to cycle racks. Plan your cycle route here.

Taxis from Nailsea and Backwell Station can be booked from 277 Taxis on 01275 277999.

Bus X6 offers fine views of Bristol Harbour and The Clifton Suspension Bridge, before climbing through the woods to Failand and Tyntesfield.

You could also visit NT Clevedon Court, on the outskirts of Clevedon – bus X6 (bus X7 on Sundays) link both sites.

First Bus offer a range of Day Tickets for buses in the area – including the X6 and X7.

A group of 3 or more can save 34% on train travel with GroupSave.

Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains. And here’s information on accessibility at Tyntesfield.

About NT Tyntesfield

Tyntesfield, nestled in the vibrant North Somerset countryside and surrounded by lush parklands, is a testament to the grandeur of the Victoria era. It was not intended to be an extravagant statement of wealth, power or politics. Its purpose was simple: to serve as a family home.

Originally a smaller Georgian house, Tyntesfield was transformed into a Gothic Revival masterpiece boasting bespoke architecture that reflects the devout Anglo-Catholic beliefs of the Gibbs family that occupied it. in 1873 a new chapel was added by Arthur Blomfield (1829-99), modelled on the flamboyant Gothic architecture of the Sainte Chapelle in Paris. Today Tyntesfield contains over 72,000 objects, accumulated by William Gibbs, his family and heirs, from celebrated paintings and ornate furnishings to the more domestic objects, including ice skates and picnic sets.

The aesthetics of Tyntesfield extend beyond the House. The garden and estate balance faded beauty and function with an abundance of nature. Relatively unchanged since 1900, the garden at Tyntesfield is varied, ranging from large open lawns and flower-filled terraces to a historic orangery, newly refurbished rose garden, and a replete working Kitchen Garden. With seasonal planting throughout the year and numerous paths to follow, there's always something new to see.

For any queries about visiting contact NT Tyntesfield on 01275461900 or tyntesfield@nationaltrust.org.uk

Address: Wraxall, Bristol, North Somerset, BS48 1PA. Visit Website