Jekyll-inspired garden, working kitchen garden and Tudor manor house
The enchanting formal garden, influenced by Gertrude Jekyll, is laid out in a series of walled rooms, including the White Garden, the Rose and Iris Garden and the Lily Garden. The working kitchen garden has espaliered apple, pear and plum trees trained along high stone walls. The Tudor manor house was restored in the 1920s by the Lyle family. It is let to Stuart Interiors as showrooms with antique furniture for sale, thereby offering NT visitors a different kind of visit
Name and credits for images of Barrington Court
Description of image - The stable block at Barrington Court seen from the White Garden, with a statue in the centre.
Credit for photograph: Neil Campbell-Sharp
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Copyright: ©NTPL/Neil Campbell-Sharp