Fyne Court

Fyne Court is an estate owned by the National Trust since 1967. The estate used to have a house on its grounds, but it burnt down in 1894. It’s now the site of a nature reserve, and the remaining buildings are used for offices and a tea room.


The main attraction of Fyne Court is its walking routes which are set out at varying lengths, and you can just follow the coloured arrows for the route you choose :)

The walks pass through woodlands, past ponds, and at one point you can see where the kitchen garden was, but it seems to just be the walls that remain now.

There are also a lot of different flowers blooming along the routes.

The walks seemed popular even on a slightly wet day, so I bet there would be a lot of people about if you went on a sunny day.


After your walk you can pop into the tea room where they do a nice coffee and cream tea ;)


Fyne Court seemed like a nice relaxing place to take a walk through nature while we were there, but it may be different during busier times.

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