Barrington Court is a Tudor manor house, built in the 16th century. After becoming derelict, the house was restored in the 1920s. Old farm buildings now house independent artisan workshops, and the original kitchen garden produces food for the restaurant. The house has recently been used for the location of the BBC’s Wolf Hall.
Now without furniture, the light, empty spaces provide atmospheric opportunities to explore freely. The walled White Garden, Rose and Iris Garden and Lily Garden were influenced by Gertrude Jekyll, with playing fountains, vibrant colours and intoxicating scents. The original kitchen garden remains productive; supplying the restaurant and continuing the Lyle family's vision of self-sufficiency.
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