Parkland and orangery at Langford Court
Parkland and orangery at Langford Court
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Opportunity to see historic Somerset garden

Langford Court, just off the A38 near Burrington, North Somerset opens its gates on Sunday 26 June offering a rare chance to take a look around its beautifully tended garden.

Langford Court  is a Grade II listed building, owned by the Wills family.  It was built circa 1651 and over the years has had extensive alterations and additions include an orangery, built in the late 18th century.

The 19th century parkland, last open to the public three years ago, include yew topiary, a sundial and a lawn with mature trees and shrubs. Also featured are a ha-ha and a walled garden.

The gardens are open from 1pm-5pm.  Refreshments are available with proceeds going to the farming charity, Farmlink.

Advance tickets are £3.50, available from Trug in Wrington or Wedmore, On the day tickets are £5 and under 16s get free entry.

To take a look at five more gardens to visit in the Mendips and Somerset click here.