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Tintinhull Garden

A garden designed by Mrs Phyllis Reiss is divided into seven rooms created last century around an attractive 17th-century manor house (available as a holiday let), which has two ground-floor rooms open to visitors, the garden is one of the most harmonious small gardens in Britain.

It features secluded lawns, pools and colourful borders. There is also an attractive kitchen garden (the produce is used in the kitchens at nearby Montacute House), woodland walk and orchard to explore.

In the courtyard is a fascinating exhibition completed by the Tintinhull Historical Society.

Even the car park is set among picturesque orchards where sheep graze contentedly.