Dyrham Park
This is a National Trust property in south Gloucestershire, just north of Bath.   The main building seen today dates from the late 17th/early 18th Century, commissioned by William Blathwayt to replace a Tudor building.   The property was passed to the National Trust in 1961.
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 P72520 - Dyrham Park
House
 P72528 - Dyrham Park
House
 P72619 - Dyrham Park
 House
 P72532 - Dyrham Park
House
 P72536 - Dyrham Park
 House
 P72589 - St Peter's
Church
 P72603 - St Peter's
Church
 P72540 - The
Serpentine Path
 P72540 - The
Serpentine Path
 P72542 - The Lower
Pool
 P72549 - The Lower
Pool
 P72550 - The Lower
 Pool
 P72555 - Looking
across the Upper Pool
 P72556 - Looking a
cross the Lower Pool
 P72561 - Looking
across the Upper and
Lower Pools
 P72566 - The Avenue
 P72568 - Shrub
 P72577 - Path, The
Lost Terraces
 P72580 - Path, The
Lost Terraces
 P72582 - Looking
towards the gardens
 P72595 - Path, The
Lost Terraces
 P72596 - The Avenue
 P72623 - Fallow Deer
 P72624 - Fallow Deer
 
 P72634 - Fallow Deer
 P72637 - Fallow Deer
 P72638 - Fallow Deer
 
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Related Links
National Trust Webpage for Dyrham Park