Dyrham - Hinton - Doynton - Dyrham

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Dyrham is the National Trust property used in the film 'Remains of the Day'. (That is the one where Anthony Hopkins irons a newspaper!) The walk starts from the NT car park at Dyrham, so I make the assumption that you will be visiting it as part of the walk. There are toilets at the car park and also at the house. The house has a restaurant and rather a nice garden. The walk takes you through the grounds and doubles back up the outside edge of the deer-park at Dyrham, before heading off above strip lynchets. You then go across a number of fields on mainly flat countryside before returning to the property.

England - South West England - Gloucestershire - Cotswolds

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Birds, Cafe, Flowers, Gift Shop, Great Views, National Trust, Toilets
18/03/2019 - joanne Salisbury

This was a great walk. We got caught out because we started it at The Bull, Hinton (highly recommended for food, just down a very short diversion from wsymark 9) and didn’t realise we had to pay to walk waymarks 1-5. They wouldn't even let us get a cup of coffee in the cafe at Dynham House. But we picked the walk up again at waymark 5 Looking back at waymark 7 treated us to a view of the 200 strong wild deer herd. Perfect

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