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Hauser & Wirth Somerset

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A Unique Place to Visit

This is a collection of of old stone Somerset farm buildings that have been restored beautifully... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
SusanAxbridge
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Visited in mid-September and gardens looked great.

Free entry to gardens. As first time visitors we were a bit confused by this place. Not clearly... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
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“farm buildings”(23 reviews)
“modern art”(18 reviews)
“roth bar”(27 reviews)
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Dropping Lane | Durslade Farm, Bruton BA10 0NL, England
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All reviews farm buildings modern art roth bar gallery space current exhibition piet oudolf great exhibition worth a visit gardens are beautiful on display great place to visit threshing barn galleries sculptures somerset planting installation
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place has an interesting theme of changing exhibitions which are beyond my range The gallery is free but request donations to their chosen charity - which change on a regular basis The gardens are well worth a visit There is a restaurant b there...More

Thank Ann L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a collection of of old stone Somerset farm buildings that have been restored beautifully, to provide space for art exhibitions and a restaurant, plus gardens at the rear. The art is usually on show for a couple of months and varies but is...More

Thank SusanAxbridge
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The second visit to this restaurant and it was as good an experience as the first. Friendly and helpful staff. Great cocktails Great starters Great mains Hearty wholesome food cooked and served with panache!

Thank StuHutch
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Free entry to gardens. As first time visitors we were a bit confused by this place. Not clearly signed re free entry, etc. We went to the cafe/restaurant and even now are not sure what they offered and when, but food prices looked high though...More

Thank Naturealert
Reviewed 10 September 2018

The gardens are stunning and the gallery space is inspirational with a fantastic Andrew Calder exhibition at the moment. Definitely worth spending time in the restaurant where they use locally produced and their own grown food.

Thank KA225
Reviewed 10 September 2018

I have visited here twice now and it's such a lovely space with so much to look at in a beautiful setting.

Thank EmmaD458
Reviewed 9 September 2018

I went to visit this place because of the garden designed by Piet Oudolf and was not disappointed. The planting was very inspirational and a great way to connect the two buildings. It was a bonus to also be able to go round this beautiful...More

Thank ailsaburton
Reviewed 3 September 2018

We went there last month, it was a second visit, so we know what to expect. last Year the Piet Oudolf garden was in the beginning stages, but this year, despite the dry weather, it was wonderful looking. We had lunch at the restaurant, you...More

Thank Clare K
Reviewed 28 August 2018

Although last week of August was leaving it late there were still an amazing variety of herbaceous plants to peruse - great designer Piet Oudolf is reknown for creating gardens using solely herbaceous plants and grasses and puts out a stunning display for the wildlife...More

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Reviewed 28 August 2018

Well worth a detour from the A303; the Alexander Calder exhibition was excellent, with some large external works set in the extensive gardens. Pleasant but pricey bar and restaurant.

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Aginbird
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Response from Paul O | Reviewed this property |
There is a shady area to leave your dogs.
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Response from deborah c | Reviewed this property |
Hi I would think any time as they look after it so well it’s beautiful there well worth a visit If you are interested in art and the Calder exhibition is still on I would recommend you to go
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Response from sladeCroydon | Reviewed this property |
Not an issue I found when I visited but I presume something was said or done at the time of your visit to give you this feeling. I find that people will / can act in a way that can cause irritation but in most cases only if... More
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